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I got my self a stock supra last summer.
Now its time for upgrade.

Does this look like a good kit?
Have I missed anything?

94 MKIV 6-spd.

RPS Flywheel
RPS Stage-2 Clutch
Greddy Boost Cut Controller BCC
Greddy Profec B Spec II BC (black)
Greddy Oil Filter Relocation Kit - 2JZ
Stainless Supra MKIV Turbo Downpipe
Greddy titanium cat-back
water wetter
Blits Sus intake
MAP-ECU

Greddy 93-98 Supra Strut Tower Bar
Cusco Oval Strut Tower Bar

RMM Front Lip MKIV


So.. now im broke :/
 

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oxbow said:
I got my self a stock supra last summer.
Now its time for upgrade.

Does this look like a good kit?
Have I missed anything?

94 MKIV 6-spd.

RPS Flywheel
RPS Stage-2 Clutch
Greddy Boost Cut Controller BCC
Greddy Profec B Spec II BC (black)
Greddy Oil Filter Relocation Kit - 2JZ
Stainless Supra MKIV Turbo Downpipe
Greddy titanium cat-back
water wetter
Blits Sus intake
MAP-ECU

Greddy 93-98 Supra Strut Tower Bar
Cusco Oval Strut Tower Bar

RMM Front Lip MKIV


So.. now im broke :/
lookin pretty good, man. if i were in your shoes, i'd cancel out the MAP ECU, save yourself 900 bucks, and put that towards a Greddy 3 row kit. honestly, it would do you much better than going with a MAP ECU - at that point you wouldn't have any mod's that would require A/F ratio tuning. Also, you should pick up a turbo timer as well (greddy, hks, etc.) - good to keep things safe. other than that, you're covering all the BPU mod's, which is definitely the way to go.

I see some guy's out here buying stock supra's, and immediately throwing a single turbo on them - why???? no mod's to support it, no fuel, no tune, etc.. it's only a matter of time before the engine blows.

hope that helps, man..

-jim
 

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^^ i'd have to disagree with tossing the map ecu for a greddy 3 row. the stock IC has been proven to provide enough cooling for stock turbos and bolting a 3 row on will not really give you any extra hp. as with the map ecu, if you get it tuned, you can see an additional 20hp...from what powerhouse says.
 

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How many miles are on your car? Make sure everything is running perfectly before you start modding in order to cut down on troubleshooting time if something goes wrong. IMO, I would spend a big portion of that fund on bringing everything back to spec. But hey, its not my car :dunno:
 

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My car has 6089 miles on it.
Im also changing the tranny oil (orginal toyota gear oil v160).

Also this when chaninging clutch:

Toyota OEM Throw Out Bearing for 1993-98 Supra
Toyota OEM Pilot Bearing for 1993-98 Supra Twin Turbo
Toyota OEM Snap Ring (Large) for 1993-98 Supra
Toyota OEM Snap Ring (Small) for 1993-98 Supra

Should I go with ARP or OEM on the flywheel?
 

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well... make sure n get a compression test done before buying...cause the car is boosted beyond the stock boost cut....i know everyone in this thread said its a pretty good start...but i was u ...i would find a supra that doesnt have a boost controller n greddy bcc!!
 

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jdmuscle said:
well... make sure n get a compression test done before buying...cause the car is boosted beyond the stock boost cut....i know everyone in this thread said its a pretty good start...but i was u ...i would find a supra that doesnt have a boost controller n greddy bcc!!
Its allready my car.. got it last summer :p
And it is still stock!

Didnt you read the thread? :scratch:
 

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Might want to consider an oil catch can to keep your intake clean, and EGR plates to keep the last 2 (or was it 1?) cylinders cooler.
 

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yes.. its 6000 miles.
can post some pictures on the steeringwheel and shiftknob :p
 
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