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carbon_blue_gt Dec 7, 11:33pm - #66116 
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my new project car:

My room mate just bought himself a 1986 Supra with a 7M-GE.

Needs a lot of work (including putting the engine in it), but it's gonna be fun. Here's some pics.
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carbon_blue_gt Dec 7, 11:35pm - #66117 
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Street Prototype Dec 8, 12:08am - #66118 

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nice!

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CID498 Dec 8, 12:52am - #66119 

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Cool! can he raid parts off the one next to it? LOLz

"They don't make no seatbelt for the mind. So I can't buckle up for this ride!"
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carbon_blue_gt Dec 8, 1:03am - #66120 
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Originally Posted by CID498
Cool! can he raid parts off the one next to it? LOLz


Yeah, that's the car that the engine is sitting in right now. BTW, this supra is targa-top, has electronically controlled damping force, and a 5spd to go with it's 7M engine. The best part is that we paid $1000 for it, and it will be running as soon as we put the motor in it.

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celicaTRDgts Dec 8, 1:15am - #66121 

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spaztikid Dec 8, 1:24am - #66122 
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Death Dec 8, 1:56am - #66123 

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I owned a 88T, your best bet is to goto www.jarcoinc.com and buy a 1jz-gte 5spd front clip. I had the money to do this, but not the time. The 1JZ-GTE puts out 280 hp stock, the first thing thats gonna let you down with that engine is the stock ceramic turbos. You can put a boost controler in and the engine will easily produce 300hp on the stockers, you can order and new header from japan and just buy a larger single turbocharger. Pretty much for exhaust work, get a high-flow cat and take it to a muffler shop and have them do everything from the headers on down. Check out the forums on Suprastore.com under the 1jz board in the mk3 section.

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VSGTS14 Dec 8, 2:01am - #66124 

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neat!

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Speed4TheNeed Dec 8, 2:40am - #66125 

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love supras...even the old ones before they became supercars thumbsup
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carbon_blue_gt Dec 8, 3:46am - #66126 
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good info, thanks Death

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Chigger18 Dec 8, 5:01am - #66127 
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Originally Posted by Death
I owned a 88T, your best bet is to goto www.jarcoinc.com and buy a 1jz-gte 5spd front clip. I had the money to do this, but not the time. The 1JZ-GTE puts out 280 hp stock, the first thing thats gonna let you down with that engine is the stock ceramic turbos. You can put a boost controler in and the engine will easily produce 300hp on the stockers, you can order and new header from japan and just buy a larger single turbocharger. Pretty much for exhaust work, get a high-flow cat and take it to a muffler shop and have them do everything from the headers on down. Check out the forums on Suprastore.com under the 1jz board in the mk3 section.

Man, what I would do for a 94+ supra with 2JZ-GTE... tasty
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LinkTallica Dec 8, 5:03am - #66128 

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krazy dude good luck thumbsup
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xmangt1 Dec 8, 5:39am - #66129 

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I've always liked that Supra
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mikalous Dec 8, 6:01am - #66130 

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Good luck with your project, hope you post pics when you're done.
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carbon_blue_gt Dec 8, 8:48am - #66131 
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We'll keep you updated as we work on it

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Mangler Dec 8, 3:43pm - #66132 

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Bakablo1 Dec 8, 9:14pm - #66133 
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looks like a fun thing 2 do.. if i only wasn't in skool rolleyes.. good luck with it thumbsup

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make that baby drift!
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Steven Dec 8, 9:25pm - #66135 
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sweet, i want an mkII mr2 to work on
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