Hey guys, new to supras but got a question, shouldn't it be better to buy a N/A and just add a turbo onto it? Rather than converting a twin to a single turbo ? Thanks for the reply ahead of time.
i dont know where this info came from but its wrong....with a bigger headgasket to up the compression the internals of the Na and TT arebasically just as strong as each other.... i think the pistons in the NAs are a bit weaker but still can handle amazing power.YaosAuto said:people say the 2jzge egnine (MK4 supra non turbo), that engine only can handle around 450HP or 500HP. but the 2jzgte egnine, the supra twin turbo engine can handle alot more HP. some people make 1000HP from the stock short block. so, a supra non-turbo is just like a 350Z. if you plan to get a supra non-turbo, i i would say just buy a 350Z, at least its a new car. and there are some new things.
how old are you? heres an idea....get ajob and work for one.....god is that a lost concept nowadays?sundeep said:Well TT it is, now I have to wait in order to find a place that offers guarnteed loans, dad doesn't have that good of credit so its kinda hard. Ill keep dreaming till i find a place.
hahahaIdealSupra said:how old are you? heres an idea....get ajob and work for one.....god is that a lost concept nowadays?
Sundeep, welcome to the forum . Don't take offense about the reply. People in your circumstances come on here on a regular basis and ask the same kind of questions, over and over again. People on here already get kind of tired of it.sundeep said:Damn, typical reply from a forum, who said I was getting the money from my damn father, I have worked for one, borrowing 7-8k isn't bad, Its not like I have money setup, so the typical thought my daddy is gonna buy this for me is out of the question.