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PHOTO-SHOOT PICS IN PAGE 4 ALONG WITH WIDEBODY PICS

Just like most of the NE guys know, I have put my 94 Baltic Blue 6spd MKIV Supra through a complete makeover in the past 5 months. The changes were primarily cosmetic with a decent amount of performance upgrades.

First things first, many many thanks to
- Mikey, Bruce, Alan, Jay, Bill, Jevone and the whole crew at M&S performance.
- Romeo at TSA Dyno
- Kevin at MVP,
- John at CCW
- RikTT for helping me get the correct offset rear wheel with the custom fender work.

I greatly appreciate all the assistance and helping me reach my goal in what I wanted my MKIV to be.....

Here is a brief list of things that were enhanced:

- Paint job (Baltic Blue to Carrara White)
Custom widebody to accommodate 12 inch wide rear wheel
Fix all existing dings/scratches etc
- Turbo (Greddy T78 to Precision 7175)
- Wheels (CCW Classics to CCW C14s)
BFG 345s in rear.. :)
- Brakes (Stock to Brembo GT)
14inch 6piston fronts & 13.58 4 piston rears
- All new OEM control arms
- LED gauges by Stu
- SC430 projectors retrofitted into a 98 Supra headlight housing (pics on page 3)
- Fuel
880cc to 1200cc injectors
Walboro 255lph to Aeromotive 355lph
- Stock spoiler to RMM replica
- Greddy gauges to Defi Advance BFs w/white LEDs
- RPS Carbon/Carbon to Clutch Master Twin Disk
- No radio to Pioneer AVIC 920BT
- OEM interior items
New interior panels (all of them)
New hatch seals
New door jam seals
New bumper trim (front)
New Center console
New parking brake lever
New 'Oh Shyt' Handle
New Center Console
New Shift Knob
New black interior carpet
New window moldings
New Targa seals
New hood shield
Euro hood scoop
New clutch fan/shroud
- Wrinkle black all piping and misc items in the engine bay
- 98 Supra Steering wheel
- Custom Air box
- Custom 4" Midpipe/downpipe
- Complete wire tuck

Im sure I am missing a few items that I have done and can't remember now... LOL. In any case, please view the below pics and feel free to comment (good or bad).

ADDITIONAL PICS IN PAGE 2
ADDITIONAL PICS WITH MODELS ON PAGE 3

October of 2011:
 

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More pics.... January 2012

More pics.... January 2012
 

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wow what a diference....looks good man great work
 

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Thank you sir... Figured I'd make my Supra a new one instead of buying a new car. :)
 

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Thank you sir... Figured I'd make my Supra a new one instead of buying a new car. :)
i'm not going to lie man..i though u got rid of ur blue supra hahahaa lol

1 of my favorite color is white...my first mk3 was white,an now my first mk4 is white
 

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Nicey nice... Good luck with the new ride man. Are you going to the April meet in NJ?
 

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Nicey nice... Good luck with the new ride man. Are you going to the April meet in NJ?
oh yeah i'll be there with something diferent that i'm building for a costumer right now an hopefully i finish it on time
my mk4 is not coming no time soon man.unless i get some1 to buy my mk3
 

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very nice sir, loving the white.
 

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Looks great!

Steve
 

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Gauges look nice! Did Stu do all of the LED gauges (including HVAC on right hand side) or just the main 3 above the steering wheel?
 

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Gauges look nice! Did Stu do all of the LED gauges (including HVAC on right hand side) or just the main 3 above the steering wheel?
Stu did the HVAC as well... I have to tell you, they update the interior of the car to today's standards instead of the dull green OEM lighting. I am extremely happy with them. :)
 

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While it looks nice and clean n all.....its a shame to see you change a original color such as baltic blue to such a common color.
 

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While it looks nice and clean n all.....its a shame to see you change a original color such as baltic blue to such a common color.
I had the car for 9 years in Baltic Blue and I wanted to change it up... Trust me if you had seen my car in person prior to the change you would've understood the reasoning behind the change. I know leaving the OEM family of colors will hurt the value of the car but I dont intend to sell this car at all as I would never recover even 50% of the money spent.

As for the common color, I dont think there are many Carrara white Supras out there unless you know of others.
 

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Here is another pic of the OEM gauges and the Defi BF Advance in white LED



My little 'Turbo' in red.... :)

 
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