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    Owners of the fifth generation Toyota Supra are thrilled about that car

    In July 1993, the fourth and so far last generation of the Supra came on the market. Internationally, this type is called " Supra MKIV ".

    In early 1986, the third generation of the Supra was introduced. It is also the first that has not been marketed with the suffix Celica.

    The second generation was presented in the fall of 1981 and had a completely independent drive with the new (170 hp) 6-cylinder engines.

    The first Supra built from spring 1978 to summer 1981 was still offered as a top version of the Celica first in Japan and later in the United States.

    Kriegt man den so zugelassen in D ?! | Forum

    Hab einen SUrpa gefunden der recht interessant für mich wäre...nur das ich bezweifle dass ich den zugelassen krieg,..oder doch ?!?

    hier mal die daten
    Bought the following and fitted in the order shown:

    Oil service (44,534miles) Castrol fully synthetic, Oil filter,
    HKS sparkplugs £55.00.
    Boot rubbers £9.99.
    Rear fog light conversion £19.99.
    HKS Induction Kit £250.00.
    HKS Sequential dump valve £250.00.
    Interior dash sprayed silver £45.00.
    JVC DVD, Cd, FM, Am Head unit & 7" TFT colour screen with remote £350.00.
    HKS shoulder pads x four £45.00
    Front strut brace & clear side indicators £115.00.
    Front brake disks G3-10 grove & endless pads refurbished callipers
    painted Black with Supra decals £336.94.
    HKS Battery Earth Kit £35.00.
    Oil service (46,562miles) Castrol fully synthetic, Oil filter,
    Gearbox oil, Differential oil, Coolant, Front & side mesh new side
    lights & indicators clear lenses ((front) £280.00.
    Rear brake disks Black diamond grooved & pads refurbished callipers
    painted Black with Supra decals £339.58.
    New Turbo's stage 2 Hybrid & oil service (47,625miles) Silkolene pro4
    oil, oil filter, coolant, £2,503.41.
    Blitz SBC electronic boost controller £450.00.
    TRD 19" Chrome wheels with 265/35/19 rear 235/30/19 front £1750.

    Alloy breather catch can £45
    Rear strut brace £45.00.
    Blitz Nur-Spec cat back stainless steel exhaust £495.00
    HKS speed delimiter £112.00.
    Spark plug cover with hole for adjusting pulleys (black) £85
    Oil service (48,937miles) Silkolene pro4 oil, oil filter, Cam belt £180
    Light weight under pulleys x 3 £100.00

    HKS adjustable cam pulleys £180
    Greedy intercooler large (FMIC) £450.00

    De-cat pipes £250.00 (2 cats removed)

    TRD 180mph Speedo face £35.00,

    HKS Fuel cut defender (HKSFCD STD) £110.00

    Heat wrap from manifold to down pipe £45.00

    Walbra 255LPH fuel pump £100.00

    HKS Sparkplugs £60.00
    S/S Heat shield, S/S radiator plate £55.00

    Aluminium upper radiator pipe £45.00

    HKS Boost gauge (In Dash) £115.00
    Medium black tint rear window, rear passenger windows and Dark black
    sun strip £150.00
    R speed steering wheel and boss £150.00

    Rear upper boot spoiler £150

    Turbo timer £90

    TRD valve caps (anti theft) £20

    Gear knob £35

    Eibach lowering springs £120

    4 wheel laser alignment tracking / camber adjustment £46
    Original geschrieben von: energy
    Black with Supra decals


    Hmm, ob das tüvig ist...? :grinning:

    Hehe, aber mal im Ernst, so mit Sicherheit nicht:

    Original geschrieben von: energy
    De-cat pipes £250.00 (2 cats removed)


    Wichtig wäre noch EZ zu wissen.

    1995
    Ich denke mal es wird weniger problemme geben bis auf die Kat's, denn
    90% der aufgelisteten sachen sind für den Tüvman eh nicht sichtbar oder nicht von bedeutung!
    gruß
    also müsste man(n) nur Kats wieder anbauen,...?! was würde des kosten ?!?
    kann keiner was dazu sagen ?!

    gruss
    Kannst in jeder Toyota Werkstatt nachfragen.. Oder gebraucht
    wie sieht es denneigentlich mit den hybrid turbos aus,GUT oder SCHLECHT,..haltbarkeit etc....,.. der verkäufer sagte mir er hat momentan 550 ps bei 1,3 - 1,4bar,.... ist dies möglich,...
    Nicht wenn es sich um eine JSpec Supra handelt.

    Die Hybrid Lader sind je nach Hersteller ganz ok.