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Thread: 4.7L Twin Turbo V8 Toyota Supra

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    4.7L Twin Turbo V8 Toyota Supra

    Absolutely sick!!

    Engine:

    4.7L iron block 2uzfe V8 TOYOTA TUNDRA
    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


    Transmission

    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

    Suspension wheels, brakes

    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

    Body/ interior

    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 ass 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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    Ewww... Japanese V8
    do want
    hp at teh wheels?
    "Kimi, can you improve on your [race] finish?"
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    fat Supras are hideous looking, normal ones are awkward looking at best...

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    wow. only single exhaust though?
    Andreas Preuninger, Manager of Porsche High Performance Cars: "Grandmas can use paddles. They aren't challenging."

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    Quote Originally Posted by clutch-monkey View Post
    wow. only single exhaust though?
    I thought the same But I guess it's very Supra-ish to have single exhaust with a fancy fart can....

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    well i heard the fuel tank gets in the way, but i figured they'd done so much other work they'd have found a way around it lol.
    Andreas Preuninger, Manager of Porsche High Performance Cars: "Grandmas can use paddles. They aren't challenging."

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    No HP numbers?
    John says:
    so i had to dump acid into the block tank today
    i'm afraid to fap
    cause i got it on my hands

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    I think it's the first time I ever wanted to have sex with an engine.

    I think.
    Reginald *IB4R* says:
    it was a beautiful 35 seconds.
    David says:
    that's what she said

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    Quote Originally Posted by baddabang View Post
    No HP numbers?
    good point, a dyno is where a supra belongs after all
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    Quote Originally Posted by clutch-monkey View Post
    well i heard the fuel tank gets in the way, but i figured they'd done so much other work they'd have found a way around it lol.
    Fuel cell FTW.
    I am the Stig

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    Found the thread for this car on :Supra Forums Looks like a really top notch build.

    Quote Originally Posted by baddabang View Post
    No HP numbers?
    He said he was aiming for 8-900hp with a very broad power band, but it looks like the car is still under construction.

    It's not tuned for anything above 4k right now. Still in the motor break in phase. Just started it actually since the car isn't street legal as of yet.
    I wonder how much this affects the overall weight? I wouldn't be surprised if it lost a few lbs,

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    yeah, well it's not like the 2JZ is a lightwieght, so if anything this engine will at least be shorter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by clutch-monkey View Post
    yeah, well it's not like the 2JZ is a lightwieght, so if anything this engine will at least be shorter.
    But wider.

    Basically it's a supra with an iron V8 and an automatic. A Japanese muscle car then.
    Lack of charisma can be fatal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fisetdavid26 View Post
    I think it's the first time I ever wanted to have sex with an engine.

    I think.
    the logistics of that are troubling
    "Kimi, can you improve on your [race] finish?"
    "No. My Finnish is fine; I am from Finland. Do you have any water?"

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    I think this one is a little better done:

    Stu's Garage - Gallery
    Stu's Garage - Specs

    Last edited by digitalcraft; 10-30-2008 at 12:42 AM.
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