My Red 1994 Toyota Supra

twin-turbo, 6-speed

hardtop, cloth seats

and NO spoiler

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This is my latest car. It's my only real sports car. I've tried and tried to make my Integra a sports car, but no matter what, it just doesn't compare to a true sports car. The primary reasons are that the Supra 1) is rear-wheel drive, 2) has a rigid body structure, and 3) has nearly twice the engine.

I love the Supra, because it is so torquey. When you accelerate, you feel a lot of force pushing you back into your seat. It's an amazing feeling. It handles so well too. And it has the reliability of a Toyota. Amazing package!

The only thing I don't like about the Supra is that it's massive. It weighs over 3400lbs! This is why it took me nearly 6 months to find a hardtop version. The hardtops are lighter by about 60lbs, and have a slightly more rigid body, because of the lack of a removeable sport / targa roof. With all my mods, I try to get the highest quality products with the least weight. The last thing I want to do is add more weight to the car.

Since I'm not really interested in drag racing, my main focus in my mods is to make my car a better track / street car. I've been thinking about major power mods, like a turbo upgrade, but cannot justify it until I can better manage the huge amounts of power and torque that a BPU Supra already has. I also don't like turbo lag, so I'm waiting for more advanced technologies to come out. Maybe some new power-adder will be discovered that's got the potential of a huge turbo, and the response of a German sports car (M5)...

power mods

handling mods


electronic controllers


wish list

dyno runs

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