This Is Why I'm Hot.....
No. the MkIII Turbo is not mentioned, but we can take solace in the fact that we enjoy the benefits of the pull-type clutch design. I will write to Turbo Mag to remind them of the MkIII Turbo. Heh, our choice of Supra is aged, but an inline six, 24-valve alum cyl head, twin cams, turbo, intercooler, pull-type clutch, wishbone suspension, LSD, ABS, Et Al, are all the hallmarks of a great machine......A less common type of pressure plate is called a pull-type. Pull-type pressure plates are found on cars like the EVO, STI, some Porsches, and the Skyline GT-R. Pull-type pressure plates are also common on full race applications.....
I just returned from a beer run with the roof off and sped through the last two corners home in non-drift [aka fast] mode...marvelling at a Stage IV+ '89 with instant boost, on ST anti-sway bars, KYB GR2s, JIC CF STB Fr, Cusco round alum STB R, Do-Luck rear cross bar, & 17" Yokohama ES100s. Nowhere near Duane's Supra, but still so very exhilarating in its own right.
OK, I admit that I did it to get a smile out of my 16 year old boy. But it was the kind of smile that knows 400+rwhp, yet appreciates a car that is fun to drive with much less. Of course, putting a hurt on that G35 on the way home might of had something to do with it. Heh, beat silly by a 17 year old car...gotta love it.