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    @ 2damaxsupra

    "long live the mkii oh ya the canadian spec type P can get digit dash from i heard but is not common"

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    Y'ello! I've got one actually. Just picked it up a few days ago. I'm going to put up a pic of the dash (plus trip computer!) tomorrow somewhere on this site.

    Mine also has a leather interior. Not sure if that adds to the supposed "rarity"? I hope so
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    came across this very detailed wikipedia article with remarkably detailed info
    Have only scanned it but it is good info

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toyota_Supra

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    Great info. Where'd you find it?

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    uuuuuuuuuh, maybe wikipedia.
    Actually someone mentioned it in a posting somewhere but didn't describe it fully.

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    excellent information keep up your good work thanks.

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    I have a 1983 MK2 P-Type, though it does have one small digital readout below the speedometer, don't know what it does because it doesn't work, but all the rest of my gauges (Speedometer, RPM, Gas, Temp, Oil) are analog.

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    I just purchased a 1986 Supra shell. I would like to know if anyone has any ideas I want a more powerful engine and to convert it to the manual trasmission. I would also like to know if there are any VERY GOOD mechanics in the NYC area. Thanks

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    might have forgot somethings, so here is one in 84 they switched to the 130 mph speedo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScroogeSniper View Post
    I just purchased a 1986 Supra shell. I would like to know if anyone has any ideas I want a more powerful engine and to convert it to the manual trasmission. I would also like to know if there are any VERY GOOD mechanics in the NYC area. Thanks
    7mgte drops right in, and the engine harness is easy to install on a MK2. You'll have to do some pounding of the firewall to get the r154 trans in though
    Horsepower sells cars, but torque wins races- Carol Shelby
    7m for life!

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    Looking for a stock poopra to build

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