Toyota specs the VVT engine at about 5hp more than the N/A, but I haven't seen dyno sheets to compare the power bands. Another curiosity is that the Lexus IS300 uses the VVT version of the 2JZ-GE engine and there's a few addtional mods listed for that car that aren't listed for the N/A Supra. Speicifically. . .Toyomoto makes a tubular header that's *supposed* to make an additional 15rwhp. I'm trying to figure out if this thing will fit on a N/A. The only thing I can figure would be if the Exhaust port on the header and the catback don't line up. But if not by much, a little creative pipe bending or fabrication could give the BPU N/A Supra a few more HP. http://www.toyomoto.com/is300.htm
VVT-i doesn't have a cam lobe lift function like VTEC does but VTEC doesn't have Infinitely Varible Intake Timing Like VVT-i. VVT-i also works strickly on the intake valves. One step above VTEC would be Toyota's very own VVTL-i, essentially VVT-i with that lift VTEC has. That was the superior version and is available on the Celica only. Honda, though, has come out with the 3 stage lift VTEC with and their adjustabe cam gear - just one thouh - VTECi, and is so far the best in varible valve timing with lift. Toyota's 4L+ V8's are capapble (right now) of producing upwards of 500HP - Have you seen their concept vehicle in the Minority Report or LA auto convention last Jan. I'm sure The next supra will be something special - even better it will be a Toyota not a Lexus
Ok, I know I'm probably going to get a whole lot of heart burn for asking this question because it has probably been asked before but here it goes. I have 95 NA-T Supra, I went coil on plug with a JDM Aristo ECU set about 6 years ago. I decided to upgrade to a FFIM. I wanted to...
Hi everyone, this thread was started on clublexus in the sc300/400 section but it also applies to n/a supras so I copied it here.
This thread might be updated less frequently than the other one, so if something isn't working or missing also check the original thread.
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Ok not sure if this is where this goes. but my supra is NA so I guess this would be a good place for this. My question is I have a JDM 93 Supra NA/Auto. I want to know if there is something I can do to change the KM to miles per hour in the speedo. I heard of putting a resistor or something...
Hello supra people.
would someone please show me how to wire the Q45 throttle position sensor to my 1995 supra naT throttle body wiring harness. All i found so far is people trying to sell their Q45 throttle body. Any help would be great. Thankyou