I wrote to Haynes Publishing and asked them when and if they will publish a GT86 Book. They told me that there need to be 100,000 purchase of the car before they wrote any book for any car.
So I guess we just have to wait and hope more people will buy either FRS, GT86 or BRZ.
I thought I just let you guys know in case you might also wanted to know if a Haynes book will ever come out for the GT86.
Is that 100,000 worldwide? And does it include BRZ and FRS? If so there may be a chance of that one day. As of 2013, according to this post (https://www.caradvice.com.au/245493/...-global-sales/
) 70,000 had been sold back then worldwide.
In the mean time, as well as the workshop manual linked later in this thread, I have found the following useful:
With this link you need to open up each section individually and then download it, at least that is true for my iPhone.
Whah I did notice, glancing at the few sections I downloaded earlier, what that they have a ‘Specifications’ section that appears to contain all the various torque settings across the car. One **** useful thing. And the other sections I looked at also looked very useful. Certainly better than anything I’ve seen to date.
I have ordered the 2015 version from here. It was only £15.30 for my GTS after using discount code 10OFF
I have no idea how good it will be, though it advertises itself as a step by step guide for working on the car, so if it delivers that I will be very happy.
I have high performance brake pads, braided lines, master cylinder brace, bonnet gas struts, Tein Flex A coilovers and EDFC Active Pro Controller and motors to fit, plus a bunch of other goodies I also ordered from Fensport. Anything that helps me to fit all that, with specifics around torque settings, and any hints and tips for disassembly, will be very helpful.
Has anyone else used either of the links above? What did you think?