Toyota GT86 / BRZ
When you pull this out, you will turn heads and break necks. You won’t find a better looking Widebody kit for the BRZ/FRS/GT86 anywhere else.
Recommended alloy size:
Front: 18″ 9.5J, ET 10
Rear: 18″ 9.5J, ET -30
*Please note, wheel sizes are personal preference and these are only the recommendations from Robot, these sizes may require stretched tyres, air-ride/lowering or camber for the perfect fitment.
Carbon Fiber with UV Protection Clearcoat (Optional Extra)
FRP with Primed Black/Grey Finish
*FRPis a composite material comprised of carbon fiber reinforced polymers. FRP option comes with primed finish ready to be sanded and painted.
Full FRP Kit
£3,530 | £4,236 (Inc Vat) | $4,240
Full FRP Kit + Ducktail
£3,755 | £4,506 (Inc Vat) | $4,510
Full FRP Kit + Ducktail + GT Wing
£4,355 | £5,226 (Inc Vat) | $4,230
Partial Carbon Kit
£4,580 | £5,496 (Inc Vat) | $5,470
Partial Carbon Kit + Ducktail
£4,900 | £5,880 (Inc Vat) | $5,890
Partial Carbon Kit + Ducktail + GT Wing
£5,680 | £6,810 (Inc Vat) | $6,815
Front Bumper & Front Lip
£580 | £696 (Inc Vat) | $700
Front Bumper & Front Lip (Carbon Inserts)
£775 | £930 (Inc Vat) | $935
Hood / Bonnet
£500 | £600 (Inc Vat) | $600
Hood / Bonnet (Carbon Inserts)
£595 | £714 (Inc Vat) | $715
Widebody Archs & Skirts
£1,760 | £2,112 (Inc Vat) | $2,120
Widebody Archs & (Carbon) Skirts
£2,130 | £2,556 (Inc Vat) | $2,565
Rear Bumper & Diffuser
£690 | £828 (Inc Vat) | $725
Rear Bumper (Carbon Inserts)
£1,080 | £1,296 (Inc Vat) | $1,300
£600 | £720 (Inc Vat) | $725
GT Wing (Carbon)
£780 | £936 (Inc Vat) | $940
£225 | £270 (Inc Vat) | $270
Ducktail Spoiler (Carbon)
£320 | £384 (Inc Vat) | $385
Pricing correct as of 1st July 2022 and are subject to change*
Price excludes Tax / Delivery / Fitting / Customs Fees. Please contact us for an international shipping quote. Please be advised that all Robot Craftsman bodykits are made to order “special ordered” products. There are NO REFUNDS once the order has been placed as the product goes into immediate production. Be expected to possibly pay an additional customs fee once it has arrived into your country. We are not responsible for this charge.
Average Part / Kit Build Times
Please allow 2 weeks for FRP kits to be made and 4 weeks for Carbon Fibre body parts.
Additional Carbon Fibre Options
Forged Carbon pattern +20%, Matte Finish +10%
Additional fees will be billed separately.
*Default prices for Carbon Fibre Parts Are for 3k (2×2) Woven Pattern Carbon Fibre with Gloss Finish.
Please note – you will need to cut your existing fenders and quarter panels. We highly recommend professional installation, although some of our clients have been successful with DIY installations.
All parts come in primed black/grey FRP (Composite material comprised of carbon fibre reinforced polymers). You can paint the kit or have it wrapped.
* A digital air management suspension system from AirREX is also highly recommended for a bespoke fitment. Fully-adjustable Coilovers can be used in some situations, but we recommend AirREX Air Suspension to all clients.
**Does require much larger (width) wheels to accommodate the new over-fenders. Cutting body is required for complete install.
***Rubber Gaskets & Installation Hardware may need to be purchased separately
Fitting an aftermarket body kit (regardless of its brand) sometimes may be difficult and get some lesser-experienced people quite of a headache. First of all – don’t worry that things don’t match when you place them by hand on the vehicle – or what’s even worse – when you try to align two parts with each other by simply holding them in hands.
Over the years, we had various questions from our customers like“How to get my car looking as good as yours on the photos”and we decided to outline a few easy tips and tricks that we use as well to show you our workflow of installing basically any wide body kit.
Dry Fitting The Kit
The first step of going with a wide-body kit is dry-fitting the body kit as a whole.As you will hang part by part, you will notice that some may not align properly at the beginning, but when you add up the rest, they start to make sense. As an installer, keep in mind that composite parts can get easily deformed (for example, when they were stored incorrectly) and some of them may need time to get back to their initial dimensions/shapes.
If you installed nearly all of the parts and in some places, parts seem to“go a bit off”you can easily fix that by applying some heat (we recommend a heat gun instead of a hair-dryer) to the part that needs to be bent a bit. Once aligned as desired, you can use a clamp or some ducktape to block the part in the desired position and leave the part to cure. Usually, after we hang all of the parts on the car, we left them for a day untouched so they can work a bit. Later on, we proceeded with aligning the gaps, sanding down the exceeding material.
When all of the body kit parts were installed, gaps were initially aligned, we proceeded with installing all of the OEM accessories like grilles, headlights, taillights, wheels – just to confirm that the fitment is as good as we thought and to make some final corrections and tweaks prior taking off the parts for preparation for painting the parts.
Dry fitting is strongly recommended because you can easily catch all of the imperfections and simply remove them before applying paint. That’s our secret to building a perfectly fitted car.
Install the kit “from the back to the front”
With wide-body kits, the most crucial part of the whole install is installing the rear quarters.Mostly because once molded, there won’t be any margin for mistakes. All other parts like fenders, bumpers, and hood (bonnet) are mounted with screws, so you have the ability to align them properly, later on, to make all of the gaps even. This is why we strongly recommend starting the installation process accordingly:
- Rear bumper & side skirts (to outline where the quarter needs to go)
- Rear quarters
- Front fenders
- Front bumper
- Bonnet / Hood
- Addons like spoilers, front bumper lips, splitters
Simply said, install the rear bumper and side skirts, so you will have a clue where to install the rear quarter panel.Once you align it properly with the side skirt and rear bumper, you are good to go to drill some holes and temporary fix it to the car’s body.
1. Please find a professional for the installation of resin and carbon fibre parts. Do not install it yourself or find an inexperienced repair shop for construction.
If you have any questions during the installation process, please contact the sales staff in time. We will provide one-to-one installation guidance.
2. The materials of resin and carbon fibre products are different from many original car parts, so it is normal for their characteristics to be different from the original car.
3. The effect in the product rendering renderings may be slightly different from the real car. The specific effect is subject to the real car, and all the accessories in the renderings may not be developed.
Please refer to the actual development for the specific accessories. The accessories sold shall prevail;
4. Carbon fibre products can be installed without painting;
5. When receiving the product, be sure to unpack the product and sign for it after confirming that the received goods are not damaged. Logistics has no reason to refuse unpacking inspection. Reject and contact us to contact the logistics for compensation and timely reissue for you.
6. Due to the characteristics of the resin material, it is impossible to make particularly fine buckles. The installation of the mesh and some accessories of our products may adopt the method of sticking the buckles, which may lead to a poor appearance on the back of the product, but it does not affect the use and the final front.
7. It is recommended to properly retain the fenders surrounded and cut by the original factory after installation, and the cost of repurchasing them when they need to be restored is high;
8. Resin material surrounding film: the surrounding surface needs to be polished until the surface will not be watered.
9. Resin material spray painting: It is necessary to polish the surrounding surface and find sand holes to fill. Generally speaking, the paint shop will charge more for resin material products. The cost of painting is normal (some will not be charged).
Please check carefully whether there are trachoma or unevenness on the paint surface during acceptance. Normal painting shops should deal with this problem. Such problems are caused by the characteristics of resin products, not product defects. These problems can be solved in the painting stage;
10. The warranty period of all products is one year, and we will replace it for you free of charge if there is a spontaneous rupture in normal use, but if it is damaged by a collision or not installed firmly, it is not covered by the warranty scope.