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    Technical Guide Supra Guide and Model Differences Chart

    Here is my revised version of Aerotop Dave's Guide to the Supra and his Model Differences Chart. I have converted them both to PDF format to make them more web friendly. The Model Differences Chart is attached to this post and contains details of which models and variants have which features.

    The club would like to thank Dave for his efforts in creating the original documents.

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    I Have Just Read The Guide To The Supra Models And Very Informative It Is To, It Must Have Taken You Ages-- A Credit To You, Cheers.

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    That's a great! It really helps us potential newbies

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    Yep - agreed - just been reading and excellent stuff there! thanks!

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    Really usefull info! Thanks!

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    A great read. Certainly convinces me to buy a supra. Just a little worried about buying a duff one, any advice or help?

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    Smile Many Thanks

    Ill print out both of the pdf files and carry them with me whilst viewing potentials, excellant info for someone like me cant thank all involved enough.

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    Thumbs up Thank you "just 1 question"

    the pdf's were great have just finished reading them and have made up my mind to get the 3.0 na but i would like to know what mpg i can expect to get for both heavy and light foot action with thanks

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    A great lot of work

    Thanks mate what a nice job, very useful specially for new supra owners like me

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    guys, good of you to post your thanks, but with regard to questions, best to start a new thread
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    Looks like a lot of hard work. A few comments:

    SZ-R aerotop? Surely not? The whole point of the SZ-R is that it's manual only and lightweight, so why would they make a heavy auto aerotop?

    Also active spoiler and fold in wing-mirrors are options on the SZ-R, cause I've got them.

    Hope this helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by lust2luv
    Looks like a lot of hard work. A few comments:

    SZ-R aerotop? Surely not? The whole point of the SZ-R is that it's manual only and lightweight, so why would they make a heavy auto aerotop?

    Also active spoiler and fold in wing-mirrors are options on the SZ-R, cause I've got them.

    Hope this helps

    I've mentioned the aerotop thing a couple of times before (well actually to anyone who will listen and then ignore me ) mine and a few others are SZs only. I too thought that the SZ-R was the spritely version.

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    Superb Guides!!!

    Thanks very much for the hard work that went into the supra guides!! Thanks to them I didn't feel like such a newb when viewing Supras.

    Just found myself a beautiful black auto GZ TT with everything I wanted on it and I pick it up on Saturday.... Can't wait!!!!!!!!

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    my god ive got a headache now but a great read and may expalin a fair few things and myths that i ahd to ask !! and now iknow what a bpu is !!

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    Fantasic Guides
    I think everything is clear now just waiting for the brain to cool down after reading it all

    Many Thanks for the hard work

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