ISC Suspension is always coming out with new and innovative products. To continue their drifting oriented products and following a great year of Clubloose North Drifting they are now release the Drift Bar that they used during the season to the public. This Drift Bar is amde of the same material and in the same process as the one that was on their drift BRZ. It’s a solid piece and looks and feel great on the car. It fits right under the front bumper like an OEM crash bar and is much more secure than the bar that the car comes with. It is worthwhile to note that this is for people who drift or track their car. This is not a replacement for the OEM crash bar and has not been tested in front end collisions. However it is great for avoiding barriers as well as tire barriers :).
AJW Performance is proud to bring you the best products in the industry. At the front of the Wheel Spacer game is ISC Suspension. They have been making Wheel Spacers and Adapters for years. ISC Suspension began with Wheel Adapters that changed the bolt pattern of a 5X100 to 5X114.3 so WRX owners and other 5X100 equipped Subarus could run STi wheels. STi wheels are often a nicer offset and are usually a lighter and more aesthetically pleasing wheel.
Some History on ISC Coilover Covers:
About a year ago the product development team sat down to try and come up with an idea for something that would help to prevent the damage that coilovers experience during New England winters. After going back and forth with a few ideas the team came up with a plan to develop something simple but effective. The end result was the ISC Coilover Cover or to some people the coilover “sock”. This Coilover Cover is made of neoprene, the same material that many manufacturers use in their wet suits. On one side you have the ISC logo and on the other a strip of strong velcro. While the velcro enclosure is enough to keep the Coilover Cover on, zip ties are also included for added security.