thanks for the informative post zach. i appreciate it.
Thanks for the input Zach.Supra93TT said:Hey guys, just wanted to save you all some money because i heard someone mention of the NA BPU kit from suprastore.com.
Last year i still owned my auto 93 NA and purchased this kit from suprastore. At the time they were actually claiming a 55hp increase with this kit. after installation the only thing that seemed to change was the sound. i felt no power increase whatsoever. The only thing i didn't do was get the greddy MX exhaust and went with a TT exhaust instead so maybe that had something to do with it. The only good news was that i was able to use the exhaust on my future TT (because of it being the greddy power extreme exhaust)which i ended up purchasing in February and the cam gears, although still not on, can be used also so it wasn't a total waste of money. The supra i have now is a 6 speed hardtop and the difference in power is just amazing. Around corners, i have found that the NA seemed very close to the handling capability of the TT and the same goes for brakes even though there is supposed to be a difference. From what i have noticed, the 2 cars seem almost identical except for the power difference and with a turbo kit added, you probably couldn't tell any difference. Anyways, just wanted to share my thoughts since most TT owners haven't owned an NA and therefore tend to have no respect for the NA's.
As long as you keep yourself from driving it reckless or unsafe, then you shouldn't have to worry about crashing it or getting yourself killed. So far, I haven't had any speeding tickets since I bought the car in February but I'm not saying it can't happen. If i did, i would get one tomorrow. I had one speeding ticket with my NA before this. If anything though, don't give up the possibility of adding the turbo kit to your car since your so attached to it. you'll love the way the throttle responds. its always nice to be able to pass other cars with ease only using half throttle and hearing the engine not even trying and you see that honda on the far lane reving up to 7000+RPMS trying to stay with you thinking your racing. Later.money042 said:Zach, Oliver...
thanks for the input... i'm VERY attached to my NA, but i've always thought about trading up to a TT for the speed, but another member posted "it'll probably get me killed." he's probably right. or at least twice the amount of speeding tickets i already have
again, thanks for the input
Hey fellow N/A's,vreaux728645 said:Thanhs for the warning. I attempted to email suprastore to ask them to refer that particular customer to the n/a's represent yourself post, but got no response. Another forum member fusionA has some interesting results with some of the same parts & some different parts added to his/(her?)n/a. I'm still stock but definitely will go the intake/exhaust route. I'm not so sure about the pulleys though.