Yes, which is why they are surprisingly good at being street cars and commuters - and more than a few MkIVs are used that way.To be fair the 1000+hp Supras tend to be laggy as a motherfucker so if you are not flooring the shit out of them everywhere they drive like a regular car.
Exactly, the one in the video getting disassembled it going on a drift car, so hardly a street car.To be fair the 1000+hp Supras tend to be laggy as a motherfucker so if you are not flooring the shit out of them everywhere they drive like a regular car.
The 2JZ can do ridiculous numbers on stock internals and last, but the upper limit for that is around 800 the last time I looked - which was several years ago.You're correct, but people on the internetz are always talking like the 2JZ does these kinda power figures forever on stock internals and everything... which it doesn't
The number I remember seeing for the N54 in US use seems to be around 600rwhp before the internals explode. 800rwhp > 600rwhp.Yes, 800 is what I know aswell. But 800 isn't 1500 or similar, and the N54 and it's predecessors can run about double their stock hrsprs
It looks like it's actually smaller than the Z4, or at least has less useful space than the Z4. Having seen a Z4 not two days prior up close and personal at someone's house, seeing that this Supra appears smaller than it... yeah, I'm not thinking that's a good thing.since it's basically a BMW Z4 in a dress, how did the size surprise you?
but it being a lot smaller than expected is a good thing!
the smaller they manage to keep a car like this, the better (imho)