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Old 10-30-2008, 11:54 AM   #1
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TTC Performance motor mounts
TTC Performance billet water pump pulley cover
TTC Performance 214, 214 camshafts
Ferrea 36mm intake, 30mm exhaust valves
TTC Performance single wind valve springs
Pauter 2uzfe rods
Ross pistons
Total seal rings
ARP head/main studs
Cometic head gaskets
TTC Performance intake manifold
Q45 throttle body
extensive exhaust porting
TTC Performance oil filter relocation
TTC Performance fuel rail kit
750cc Lucas high impedance injectors
Twin Zirgo 14" fans
custom 2.5" core radiator
custom raditor tubing
TTC Performance 3" catch can
TTC Performance 2" radiator overflow can
TTC Performance billet triple pump hanger
Earls Prolite 350 lines
Earls 85 micron filters
Dual OEM TT fuel pumps
Aeromotive FPR
Link G3 Plus EMS
NZEFI plug n' play harness


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Sp400 stage 2
Lexus SC400 bellhousing
Pro Torque 3400 stall converter
B&M ratchet shifter full height
one piece driveshaft w/ billet do-nut
OEM 3.76:1 auto LSD
Lokar remote dipstick
Stock 2uzfe flexplate/reinforced
12" cooler/ 12" Zirgo fan

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TRD big assed sway bar fr/ stock swaybar rear
Tein CS coilovers
R2 bushings
Work Equip 18x11fr, 18x13 rear, -7 offset
BFG KD 295-35-18fr. BFG DR 345-35-18 rear
Rotora 14" big brake kit, front and rear
Goodriche black brake lines
ABS delete
Motul 600 fluid

Turbo Kit

.125" thick stainless manifolds, midpipes, Y pipe, and downpipe.
Flexible stainless exhaust
Downpipe section mateed to Supra catback exhaust
Twin Bullseye S256 turbos
Twin stainless filters
Twin Tial 38mm wastegates
Apexi GT exhaust
350z intercooler
2.5" pipes
JGPTC twin Bov's

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Bomex Type II front
Blitz sides
350z fender flares
quilted stainless hood liner
shaved wing holes
shaved antenna
shaved third wiper
Katzkin medium red interior w/ black inserts, every interior panel
Sparco Milanos
body colored dash panels
HID's
Relocated turnsignals
LED taillights
Hella Louds *** horns
Pivot Gekko oil temp, tachometer, oil pressure, engine temp, and boost gauge built into dash
Cyberdyne fuel level, speedo, and fuel pressure gauge in overhead body painted pod
relocated A/C controls, window switches, and ignition
Push button start

Audio

Eclipse AVN 5495
Eclipse SC8635 components
Eclipse 7200 subs
Eclipse X1000 amps
Eclipse X4000 amp
Integrated Ipod
Integrated Sirious tuner








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Old 10-30-2008, 12:10 PM   #2
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good luck using bolts to hold the downpipe on the turbo.
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whats the difference between a 1000hp supra and a 500hp supra at the track?

Nothing they run 12's
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whats the difference between a 1000hp supra and a 500hp supra at the track?

Nothing they run 12's
Same joke with 350hp RX7s and 1000hp supras.
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Old 10-30-2008, 02:38 PM   #6
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Yeah, but they be fast from a roooolllololol.
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Old 10-30-2008, 02:47 PM   #7
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whats the difference between a 1000hp supra and a 500hp supra at the track?

Nothing they run 12's
A street legal 1000hp supra will murder 90% of the cars on the planet.

The tall gearing of the supra was deigned to rip up the autobahn,not the 1/4 mile.
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Thats ******* awesome, I havent herd of a turbo tundra v8 supra before haha. Video!!!
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Old 10-30-2008, 04:23 PM   #9
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great show car. Too bad its probably slow or would be driven slowly on a track.
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Old 10-30-2008, 04:28 PM   #10
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shitty 1/4 mile times...

but on the street...
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Old 10-30-2008, 04:36 PM   #11
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Nothing special, just another turbo supra. Id take that twin turbo SC400 over this any day of the week.
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I don't get you guys...that car is cleaner than hell, should be fast as *****, and is original.

And all you guys can do is knock it...wtf?

I personally think that thing is nasty.
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Funny, swap in an LSx into an FD and everyone would cream their jeans.
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Old 10-30-2008, 08:21 PM   #14
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that car is here in town. that guy runs a small body shop here
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That thing is sweet...KONI adjustables for the holeshot.

I bet they had to overnight parts from Japan.
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that car is here in town. that guy runs a small body shop here
What, ELITE? You mean they moved beyond ricers with powder-blue Civics?

The hate is funny.
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Old 10-30-2008, 09:52 PM   #17
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What, ELITE? You mean they moved beyond ricers with powder-blue Civics?

The hate is funny.
no, they still do that too. they "can" do some nice stuff, but most of those guys are shady as hell
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Funny, swap in an LSx into an FD and everyone would cream their jeans.
+1, I think its bad ***.
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Funny, swap in an LSx into an FD and everyone would cream their jeans.
well the rotard motor is an excuse to swap something else in, the turbo supra motor is just fine.
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The rotary is a great motor. Some people are just afraid to learn about them. Yea yea, they burn oil, but who cares.

That supra is pretty nice. Definately something different.
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