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Old 01-03-2004, 06:40 PM
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1994 TO 1998 6 SPD, (LOW MILES UNDER 20K) WILL PAY TOP DOLLAR
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I wish I would have know, just sold it, sorry. Silver, 6speed, 320hp, loaded, 31k miles. Not to many in existance, good luck.

How about a Lotus, came with a stock 350hp V8, but I added a blower last year to it, 3.8 0-60, 12.24 1/4 mile.

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Supra's are great. Easily run huge HP (415 - 850+) at the rear wheels and still be able to drive on the street without it costing a fortune. I love mine, but sorry it is not for sale. I'll keep a look out for you in the Texas / Southwest area. Be sure to check out www.mkiv.com (supra owners forums), and www.powerhouseracing.com (one of the top tuners in the US)
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Check Ebay, theres quite a few on at times, and check autotrader.com any distance, etc.

Good luck, and post some pics when yur done!!
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Wish this one was mine.
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Supra's are great. Easily run huge HP (415 - 850+) at the rear wheels and still be able to drive on the street without it costing a fortune. I love mine, but sorry it is not for sale. I'll keep a look out for you in the Texas / Southwest area. Be sure to check out www.mkiv.com (supra owners forums), and www.powerhouseracing.com (one of the top tuners in the US)
Nice. What is done to yours? The guy I used to work for has a 98 white supra, 67mm Single turbo conversion on it, somewhere around 22lb on the track....at 3500 it sounds like a jet plane. This one is different than all of the others, being in how it is wingless He plans to go to a 78mm this winter
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Just some basics on mine so far. Package known as a BP-1. Includes intake, exhaust, boost controler, down pipe, trashing the cati converter and so on. I waited to do the upgrades until after I had just about everything replaced by my extended warrenty. The total they paid was over $13,500. Included 2 new turbos, starter, valve stem seals, gaskets, timing belt, power steering pump, and on and on. Car runs great now dynoing between 412 - 415 RWHP. I have thought about going to a single turbo which could jump the RWHP to over 700 but do not want to deal with turbo lag.
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We have several in the Houston area, but all that I personally know of are high mileage cars...A friend of mine bought one last year with 130k miles and told me it was just getting broken in. Lucky find because it belonged to a young girl that got it as a graduation gift and drove it to SHSU and back 3x a week for school...The car looks meticulous!!
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I SEEN THEM BEFORE IN AUTO- TRADER AND ON E-BAY
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