Rebuilding (And Heavily Modifying) A Stock 200,000 Mile Toyota Supra In 4 DaysFeb 27, 2020
needed, so we got enough, we basically got enough to make another one of these in a different configuration, so this is more than I can imagine. and it's just the beginning, so now I'm going to put this in, I'm going to put the front end on it and I'm not going to do much else because this car is going to the paint shop because obviously the paint needs some work, but after the paint shop, they'll go to the dyno and then I'll do some stuff, maybe some quarter
mileraces, just some normal Supra stuff and I can't wait because this will be a dyno of how much you can get out of an engine two hundred thousand
miles, the block is exactly the same, but we just put a vvt-i GTE which is the only Japanese turbo cylinder head, plus we have a 64-66 precision ball bearing turbo and this is We're going to make a lot of power and we have a real 44 millimeter tile wastegate right there with the screamer tube.
I'm not sure if I'm going to keep the screamer tube, but yeah, it sounded great. We also have this real TRD Strut Bar with Japanese Instructions. I already figured out what to do there, but I love the look of it and the valve covers are threaded with 10a.n lines that go to a custom made oil can. We have an intercooler set up, a greedy front mount with some CX. racing intercooler lines we have a CX racing bleed valve not sure about a change it's a knockoff of the HKS also a CX racing power steering cooler we have a new battery we have a battery clamp CX racing radiator that I need to replace unfortunately and we have original engine mounts believe it or not.
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I ordered some new ones, but they just didn't fit the brackets I had. Also, we have a fail-safe fuel pressure regulator with a flexible fuel setup, so I can do that. set it to 85 and it will actually make more power when we tune it on a dyno. If you come here, we have those Brembo Jeep Grand Cherokee srt8 brakes front and rear and we have an ISF rotor package, so those are Lexus IS F rotors that we have. Koenig decagrams that look amazing. These are the B fitting, so they are the most concave you can get.
They are even concave. In the front and in the rear there is even more, so it is a nine and a half in the front ten and a half in the rear wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport tires for S under the car that you can't see it's a double CD O nine transmission that's not actually a double CD O nine, I think it's a JK 41 or something, it's from a G 37 and a 370z and they are supposed to be a little better than the traditional 350 CC do9 , but we have a Tilton Concentric Slave, we have a seven and a half inch dual disc clutch and I'm not sure who makes it, but it comes in the Collins adapter kit and the Collins adapters are the only major player in this game if you want matching any transmission to Basically any engine is your best option.
They went above and beyond for this build and gave me all the support I needed and to make it all work I have this modified wiring harness. You can see this adjusted performance right there. It is a milspec connector. for the firewall and this had no problem, everything plugged in, everything worked and the only reason my speedometer and such don't work is because I don't have a speed sensor, unfortunately the transmission does have a speed sensor so I will have to do it. Get one of the wheel speed sensors that is actually an add-on to the performance-tuned harness.
It's not your fault. This is all my fault, but the tight harness works perfectly and works perfectly with the AM infinity down there. fire extinguisher somewhere and also the full CX racing catback system, but I had to modify it because I made a mistake. I think I bought one for a Lexus SC and this one was obviously not a SC. This thing is coming and this is what it looks like. It seems difficult now, but when it comes out of the paint shop it's going to look like a million dollars and then I could sell it, so I've been rambling for a long time.
I would like to thank our sponsor Otto Tempest, calm without them. I wouldn't have this car. I bought this car at Otto Tempest. I'm just window shopping like I always do, so check out the link in the video description. It's free. I use it every day so go check it out and also a big thanks to Jared. Thank you. Many thanks to Tony, the Jedi welder, and many thanks to everyone for watching, if you don't mind, I'm going to go clean myself up because I'm very, very tired, so until next time I'll remind you of that in the cars. like this one that now have amazing boost settings that I could only dream of as a kid and you guys need to use them every day.
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