West coast tuners have reacted to global downscaling by doing more with less at SEMA this year.Huntington beach based Five Axis – know for its drift car styling kits and bespoke aftermarket wheel options – have done the unthinkable, injecting some Toyota heritage racing appeal into the Yaris range.Capturing the Can Am feelAttempting to recapture the racing heritage of Toyota’s valiant Can Am Group 7 attempt during the 1960s, the Five Axis Yaris Club has no roof. Don’t think it’s a convertible either. As befits a true Can Am racing replica, it features a lowered windshield and though the fabricated tonneau cover can be put in place when parked, this little Yaris is all about open topped motoring all the time – whether you like it or not. Another feature which ensures the Club’s Can Am authenticity is the off-set single seat configuration, with the fairing doubling as a headrest. Supercharged, dropped and readyEngine performance goodies from TRD ensure enough power is on tap to back-up the striking styling package. A supercharger slots on and new headers and a free flow exhaust boosts power to 122kW from the 1.5l four-cylinder engine. Can Am racers always had minimal body ground clearance and to replicate this look the Five Axis team dropped the Club's suspension by a substantial 50mm. The lowering kit is backed by coil-over suspension both front and rear and Tein Super Street dampers. Tyres are by Yokohama and measure 225/45, rolling on 17-inch mags and are R-rated. Despite the Yaris Club being a small car, Five Axis has given it prodigious stopping capability with the presence of Greddy six-piston brakes sized 282mm all around. Interior appointments centre primarily around TRD sourced accessories, including the obligatory racing instrument stack and engine start button. A customised Five Axis roll-cage is also on-board. The concept behind the Yaris Club, creating something extraordinary with a remnant of heritage from a decidedly average production model, bodes well for SEMA’s future at a time when the global aftermarket auto trade is struggling.