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Old 05-03-2007, 02:26 PM   #1
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1100whp... GT47... He wants to trade it for a Viper GTS

http://forums.viperclub.org/showthread.php?t=601717
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he is stupid 1100 hp supra pwns Viper even hennesey
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Old 05-03-2007, 02:31 PM   #3
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I have been getting a lot of intrest so far so I will go ahead and post a complete mod list. Actually I'm sure they're are still a few items that are left off but you get the idea. HA
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1994 Toyota Supra Targa Top

Performance Mods

Engine and Transmission:
New Block
CP Pistons
Brian Crower Rods
Clevite Bearings
Built by Justice Racing Engines
ProPort Race Head w/5 Angle Valve Job
1mm Ferrea Valves, Springs, and Retainers
ARP Headstuds
ARP Main Studs
ARP Rod Bolts
HKS 272 Cams
HKS Cam Gears
New Power Steering Pump
New Starter
New Water Pump
New Oil Pump
New Drive Belt
New Coil Packs (All 6)
New Ignitor
PWR Motor Mounts
ATI Crank Pulley
TH400 3 Speed Transmission
4500rpm Midwest Torque Converter
Reverse Manual Valve Body
Fluidyne Radiator
Fluidyne Dual Fans
TRD Thermostat
Engine Ice Coolant
Greddy Over Flow Tank
Chrome Valve Covers
Chrome Spark Plug Cover
Chrome CUSTOM ABS Cover
Chrome CUSTOM Mastercylinder Cover
Chrome Power Steering Resivor
Chrome Power Steering Resivor Cap
Chrome Brake Mastercylinder Cap
Chrome Radiator Bracets
Chrome Fuse Panel Covers
Chrome Strut Rings
Chrome Radiator Hard Pipe
Chrome Billet Water Neck
TRD Billet Oil Cap
Chrome Lokar Billet Trans Fluid Dip Stick
Chrome PS Pulley
Chrome Idler Pulley
Chrome Timing Belt Tentioner
Chrome Water Pump Pulley
Chrome Water Pump Pulley Cover
Chrome Ignitor Cover
Chrome Alternator
Chrome Turbo Compressor Housing
Chrome Intercooler Piping
Chrome Hose Clamps (Big and Small) All are chromed
Chrome Nuts and Bolts (Big and Small) All are chromed

Fuel System:
1600cc Injectors
Sound Performance -10aN Fuel Rail
Dual Walbro 255lph Fuel Pumps
Aeromotive Fuel Pressure Regulator

Engine Management:
AEM EMS
5 bar map sensor
GM IAT
GM Boost Soleniod
FJO Wideband
AEM Injector Driver
HKS DLI Ignition
HKS EVC EZII Boost Controller
Greddy Turbo Timer

Turbo Setup:
Garret T6 GT47-80 w/1.08 a/r
Sound Performance T6 Race Header
Chrome SP Racing Intake Manifold
Wilson 95mm Throttle Body
Jet Hot coated Hot Side and Header
HKS GT 60mm Wastegate
5" DP/MP and V-Band Exhaust all Heat Wrapped made by Sound Performance
6" Intake Pipe
Greddy 4 Row Intercooler
All Custom Intercooler Piping
HKS Type 2 Racing BOV

Suspension:
Tein Super Sport Coilovers
Cusco Rear Strut Bar

Wheels and Brakes:
CCW SP 500 19x10 front and 19x11 rear
ContiSport Tires 265/35/19 front 295/30/19 rear
CCW Classic Drag Package 16x4 front 16x10.5 rear
Slotted and Drilled Rotors
Hawk Brake Pads

Exterior and Lighting:
New Black Paint
Custom Painted Gloss Black Engine Bay
New 98 Headlights
New 98 Tail lights
New 98 Turn Front Signals
New Clear Corners
RMM Front Lip
3 Sets of 8000k HIDs (Low, Hi, and Fogs)
5% Window Tint

Interior:
New Black Leather Seats
New Black Carpet
Carbon Fiber Dash Kit
White Face Guages
3 Guage Pod
Greddy Guages Boost, Fuel PSI, EGT, and Oil PSI
Trans. Temp Guage
Greddy Shift ****
Sound Performance 6sp. TH400 shifter mod.
New Leather Shift Boot
Pioneer AVIC-N1 Navigation System, Voice Activated
MB Quart Door Speakers
JL Audio 500watt Amp
Sparco Flash 5 Steering Wheel

And I have the RECIEPTS for EVERYTHING!!!!!
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awesome...nice engine bay too.
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That is the nicest and cleanest Supra I have ever seen so far.

Did anyone notice the house in the background?
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too busy looking at the 6" intake pipe and 2.5" TB pipe. and the hole in the hood for the turbo....
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wow... ill take that over a viper any day of the week.
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I like the exhaust the best:
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I like the exhaust the best:

[IMG]http://www.cyclespecialtiesperformance.com/images/Finished%20Supra/DSC00205resize.jpg[IMG]
who needs 5" exhuast?
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People with turbos.
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who needs 5" exhuast?
A 1100whp supra running a monster size turbo.
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People with turbos.
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Needs a Larger Turbo!
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holy crap his exhaust diameter is larger than most riceboy tips!
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It's a good looking car. Some things I don't like, the hood, for instance, and I always liked the wingless look on Supras, or at the very least any wing other than the "Supra-style" St. Louis Arch one.

I also noticed the ridiculous intake pipe vs. the 2.5" IC piping. He had a 5" exhaust made but 2.5" IC piping is as good as he could do? Bleh.
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I don't see the big deal about the piping, for three reasons:

1. Turbos compress air. Compressed air occupies less volume.
2. The throttle body looks to be the same size as the pipe leading to it. Why should the IC piping be any larger than the throttle inlet?
3. Eleven-hundred rear wheel horsepower.
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+1, He says its a 95mm throttle body , which is about 3.75", so I don't think he's running 2.5" pipes. 1100hp, he must be doing something right.
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He mentions having a 95mm throttle body. I measured the intake pipe on-screen with a pair of calipers and came up with ~37mm, and ~24mm for the ic piping... the intake on that turbo is 6 inches so that 37mm divided by 6 is ~6, divide the 24mm by 6 and we get 4inches. So that jives with the 3.75inch tb.....

not the most accurate thing in the world but I'm bored
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"Dude, why's ur exhaust tip soooo big? ricer!"

"Anything smaller than a 5" tip would be a restriction in the system."

******* awesome.
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Or how about

"Dude why's your tip so huge?"

"look under the car."
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