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May 1996 - July 2002 Toyota Supra Non-Turbo JZA80 Japan-Spec Model (SZ-R Grade Only)
September 1997 - July 2002 Toyota Supra Twin Turbo JZA80 Japan-Spec Model

Thats where the 161 came from.
I honestly couldnt tell you. I have no experience with any driveshafts other than the 6spd and the w58 one. They are all similar design just different lengths. Measure it, and check the TSRM to see if it lists the sections lengths per application.
 

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the v161 only came in the mkiv ive got a sz-r v161 bt mines in an sc300 so not much help thier bro might want to buy an alum 1 piece they arent expensive and bullet proof
 

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http://www.mkiv.com/techarticles/auto_to_6spd_swap/differential/index.html

You need a TT 6spd front half ds, you have the TT auto portion.

And just in case for you are wondering why rear half bolts up that depends on what diff you are running.

late model JDM TT 6spd, TT auto diffs, GS400 and NA (Supra, SC) diffs with TT flange all need the (USDM) auto rear portion.
The USDM TT 6spd diff and early jdm tt 6spds need the (USDM) tt 6spd rear portion.
 

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that looks allot better then mine, mines only 1/4 in ur looks about half im thinking to get a ds shop extend mine
Please do not bump old threads to add shit like this.
 
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