The import market was very different back then; we found ourselves selling either high-ticket parts for the JZA80 Supra, engine internals for budget build B-Series Hondas, Toyota Matrix swaybars, or head gaskets and boost controllers for early DSMs and 7MGTE Supras. Subaru performance was unheard of outside of a small group of RS owners with aftermarket turbo kits.
The late 2002 release of the Subaru WRX, followed by the late 2003 release of the STi, Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution, Mini Cooper S, Nissan 350z, and Dodge SRT-4 brought a new dynamic to the market, and gave JSC Speed the opportunity to pursue these newcomers, while still sticking to the service/stock/price creed which brought us into this market to begin with. Because JSC Speed is company of enthusiasts we can honestly say we have owned and worked on most of the cars we sell parts for (with very few exceptions).
JSC Speed’s product lines are chosen primarily by our staff’s interest, customer’s demand and feedback, and our perceived value of the line. When we offer a product, you know you are getting something that we would not hesitate to install on one of our own vehicles. JSC Speed takes customer feedback seriously and use it with our hands-on knowledge to create a better overall customer experience.
We are one of the few companies in the performance aftermarket that takes our own product pictures and writes our own product descriptions. Over the past eight years, we have never lost sight of our attention to detail, which means good information, top-notch service, fast shipping, and excellent order follow up.