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Toyota 6.2l V8, Twin Turbo, 50 psi, 10000 rpm = 2500 HP!

Discussion in 'Performance and Tuning' started by screename, Nov 10, 2011.

  1. screename

    screename [OP] Well-Known Member

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    This thing is going to be NASTYYYYYYYYY. 3UR-FE FTMFW

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    THE ULTIMATE STREET CAR: CHRIS RADO'S 2500HP SUPRA

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    There was only one car that was fitting enough to end this month's Street Cars & Sleepers theme. And this is it. For the past couple of years, the maniac known as Chris Rado has been devising plans to build his ultimate street car. Of course, for someone who pilots a 2000hp drag car and the Team NFS time attack car, his interpretation of 'ultimate' is somewhat more extreme than what you or I might come up with. For Chris Rado, his ultimate street car is this Toyota Supra. Metal wide-body, custom wheels, custom brakes. And a twin turbo V8 producing 2500hp.

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    To unveil this stunning street car, we thought it best if Chris Rado walked you through its build.
    Chris Rado: As soon as you walk up to the vehicle and see the 6.2 liter Toyota V8 engine and the 76mm billet titanium turbos on the WORLD Racing Supra you soon realize this is definitely not your normal Supra build.


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    Mike Alejos is point man on this project coordinating many aspects of the build to ensure the Supra meets our standards along with jumping in and getting dirty whenever needed to make this rolling missile come to life.



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    Robbie Miller from Robbie Miller Racecars is doing all the chassis fab along with engine, transmission, and drivetrain mounting. When it comes to putting a chassis together properly and making things work well, there are few people that can do what Robbie does in his sleep.


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    Everybody knows that if you plan on going fast you should probably have one - or in my opinion two - of these wonderful devices on your car. Mike from Kognition built us some monster wings so that a car like this could really put the power down and stay glued.



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    It’s a BIG engine… which one you ask? This is a 376 cubic inch Toyota 3UR-FE V8 which can rev to 10,000 RPMs and handle up to 50 lbs of boost. This power plant is typically found in most late model Toyota Tundras and Sequoias.



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    Robbie Miller doing his magic, creating the new firewall.


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    Brembo Italy worked in conjunction with Race Technologies here in the US to come up with this custom Brembo GT-R kit for our Supra. Let’s remember the above picture is of the 15-inch rear calipers. Just wait until you see what’s up front.



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    This wheel and tire combo has definitely been given my seal of approval, or maybe I’m just so tired here that I wasn’t sure what to do when the camera was pointed at me, so I just went with the classic thumbs up!!


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    How you doin ahh?


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    Here Scotty puts the finishing touches on as she’s lowered to the ground for the first time.
    What you see here is just a taste of what's to come; an introduction to the WORLD Racing Top Speed BMF Supra. 2500hp, 3000lb curb weight, 8 cylinders, two billet titanium turbos, and enough wing and rubber that you might just think its an airplane. For those who happen to be in Vegas for SEMA, you can check it out in person. If you dare.
    Photos by Larry Chen and Chris Harrington
     
  2. I Liquid I

    I Liquid I Well-Known Member

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    ChamYota AKA Crash Bandicoot

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    What. A. Awesome. Car.

    Wonder how much he spent in it?
     
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    MrGuitarguy Well-Known Member

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    Best car and brand he could have chosen. I love Supra's, especially that generation. Couldn't have picked a better car.
     
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    Wonder if that motor would fit in my tacoma.........
     
  6. dayNnite4

    dayNnite4 We can't stop here, this is bat country.

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    thats fucking sick!!!! wish they still made supras
     
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    Indeed.:bowdown:
     
  8. allmotorrex

    allmotorrex GROVE ST. MOTORSPORTS

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    Holy shit!!!!! Fuckin awesome! So does this motor rev to 10,000 in tha tundra!? I doubt it! And if this thing can handle up to 50 psi, how come no one has put a turbo on this beast on a tundra!!!?? If I ever get a tundra with tha 6.2 this would be tha first thing I would do!
     
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    It's light too. I wouldn't call it a sleeper with two front mounted turbos lol.
     
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    Thats what I was thinking, what do they have to do to that block/head to handle all that boost? Im sure they put sleeves in, and some nice head studs, shoot if that motor can handle all that, i will definitly be looking into swapping one of those into my MKIII Supra rather than a 2JZ
     
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    steve o 77 braaap

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    Jeebus....

    That thing is going to be a handfull, I see roasting tires in every gear.
     
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    paintdiddy Machine gun shits

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    The last body supra has to be the sexiest car that is affordable. Not talking about crazy super cars or awesome old muscle cars
     
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    I dont know about that, you can find a decent one for under 20k sometimes but whenever I look for one just to see the price, its usually around 50k, not affordable for me at least.
     
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    nice supra but all that power is worthless if you cant get traction...
     
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    I can fap to this.
     
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    It was deemed a "sleeper" because of the 2500hp. Most supras are in the 600+ range and those that hit the 1000hp mark are in a pretty elite group. 2500hp in a street car is not expected. Thats why its considered a sleeper.
     
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    05RedTaco Nom Nom Nom

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    Am I missing something... I had no idea a 6.2l V8 was offered for Tundras... or Toyotas in general.
     
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