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Old 10-30-2008, 03:08 AM
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But wider.

Basically it's a supra with an iron V8 and an automatic. A Japanese muscle car then.
i would have thought wider is less a negative than jutting out over the front axle?
well, iron I6 or iron V8, i don't suppose he's built it for handling either way
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Old 10-30-2008, 04:09 AM
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good point, a dyno is where a supra belongs after all
God knows they can't hook on a race track.

What do a 400hp Supra, 600hp Supra, and 800hp Supra have in common? They all run 12's.
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Old 10-30-2008, 06:24 AM
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why would you want a V8 in a supra especially a toyota tundra v8
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Because its 4.7L instead of 3L.
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Old 10-30-2008, 06:39 AM
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why would you want a V8 in a supra especially a toyota tundra v8
Because Toyota used a 4.3-liter 3UZ-FE V8 in Super GT in their Supra's/SC430's and won 2 drivers' title and one constructors'.
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Old 10-30-2008, 09:26 AM
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why would you want a V8 in a supra especially a toyota tundra v8

The V8 has a superior power curve, I don't know how much the 2uz weighs but I bet its less than a 2JZ.... waiting for corroboration. It looks really cool
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LS7>Tundra motor.
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1UZ-FE - 4.0L quad cam V8 in celsiors/LS400s/Soarers
2UZ-FE - 4.7L quad cam V8 in LandCruiser 100's
3UZ-FE - 4.3L quad cam V8 in SC430s

Along with the 1UZ they are a popular swap amongst drifters in the australian scene.

There are a few 1UZFE powered silvias, and there was a toyota sprinter (AE86) with the 2UZ with ITB's.

Ripped incredible high speed drifts.
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LS7>Tundra motor.
totally agreed!
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LS7>Tundra motor.
agreed, but not as unique lol.
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1UZ-FE - 4.0L quad cam V8 in celsiors/LS400s/Soarers
2UZ-FE - 4.7L quad cam V8 in LandCruiser 100's
3UZ-FE - 4.3L quad cam V8 in SC430s

Along with the 1UZ they are a popular swap amongst drifters in the australian scene.

There are a few 1UZFE powered silvias, and there was a toyota sprinter (AE86) with the 2UZ with ITB's.

Ripped incredible high speed drifts.
there's been a few swaps with 3RZ's, freaking nuts.
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Old 10-30-2008, 05:02 PM
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LS7>Tundra motor.
Your point?
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Old 10-30-2008, 10:51 PM
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There are a few 1UZFE powered silvias
When I went to WSID, there was an S13 there with a blown 1UZ. The pulley and top of the blower poked right out of the bonnet. Hilariously awesome.
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Old 10-30-2008, 11:06 PM
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This the one?

He also runs a two speed autoglide tranny.

AFAIK he runs about a 13 second quater with his setup.





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