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    great read, very useful, many thanks. now all i have to do is choose. brilliant

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    its alot

    its alot too read lol but worth it i cart wait too finish all me BPU
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    A little confused with AERTOPS

    Hi guys, I am just a little confused with
    the Aerotop thing, i mean parently all of them
    are autos, if anyone remember from FAST AND FURIOUS
    the orange Aerotop Supra was Manual ????:

    Also is it possible to change the tranmission from Auto to Manual

    if yes then how much are we talking in US DOLLARS ?

    Supra Fan..

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    The orange Supra in F&F was also an NA when it rolled into the garage.
    1993 Toyota Supra GZ Auto

    1995 Toyota Supra UK Auto - Sold
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    1994 Toyota Supra SZ Auto - Sold
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    hmmmm

    u can change it over hear is some parts u will need The Parts.
    To do this swap, you'll need a few parts:

    Transmission
    clutch disk
    flywheel
    pressure plate
    pilot bearing
    throwout bearing
    shifter
    inner/outer boots
    clutch cylinder
    clutch lines
    slave cylinder
    power train frame
    speedo cable

    i dunno the cost sorry
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    I just bought a na from Jap. Excellent review. I wanted a TT but now I'm happy with what I got. Question. How much will it cost me to get rid of the horrible 'fog light' and get the fogs to be part of main lights? How much to have an 'English' dash board and to derestrict from the snail top speed (112mph).
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    Last edited by XID; 10-05-07 at 11:19. Reason: spelling

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    Isn't it like 600 to convert from auto to manual? I'm not too sure...

    I know that the derestriction chip will set you back around 70, check out Thor Racing

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    This would be Great if it can be done with a car of the same engine.

    "The Toyota Aristo"

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    Here is another similar link to Supra info, this is a car catalogue put together by a Japanese company called 'Goo'. Has a lot of hard to find info, plus interesting stuff like original factory prices, gas mileage etc. All in Japanese, but if you put the URL into a translator like Altavista then most of it comes out fine (if u can ignore the strange spelling some of the time)

    http://www.goo-net.com/catalog/TOYOTA/SUPRA/index.html


    Also, Im in agreement with Lust2luv, my SZ-R also has elect. mirrors..possibly its factory stnd?
    A lot of people on this forum seem to mistakenly think SZ-R is a base model, but 'R' usually designates some kind of performance model for Japanese cars. eg. Integra type-R, Silvia Spec R, Skyline GT-R, RX-7 type R. Supra SZ-R is the same, thats why it has Bilstein sus, LSD, etc. Also, I believe that there was no SZ-R aero-top, at least not in Japan anyway.

    If anyone is interested I also have Toyotas list of recommended wheel sizes & offsets for the Supra. Is only for factory suspension tho of course...if you lower it sizes will change. Email me & I can send it to you.

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    Ta for the info.

    SCL

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    Quote Originally Posted by iikun View Post
    Here is another similar link to Supra info, this is a car catalogue put together by a Japanese company called 'Goo'. Has a lot of hard to find info, plus interesting stuff like original factory prices, gas mileage etc. All in Japanese, but if you put the URL into a translator like Altavista then most of it comes out fine (if u can ignore the strange spelling some of the time)

    http://www.goo-net.com/catalog/TOYOTA/SUPRA/index.html


    Also, Im in agreement with Lust2luv, my SZ-R also has elect. mirrors..possibly its factory stnd?
    A lot of people on this forum seem to mistakenly think SZ-R is a base model, but 'R' usually designates some kind of performance model for Japanese cars. eg. Integra type-R, Silvia Spec R, Skyline GT-R, RX-7 type R. Supra SZ-R is the same, thats why it has Bilstein sus, LSD, etc. Also, I believe that there was no SZ-R aero-top, at least not in Japan anyway.

    If anyone is interested I also have Toyotas list of recommended wheel sizes & offsets for the Supra. Is only for factory suspension tho of course...if you lower it sizes will change. Email me & I can send it to you.
    That's an interesting site, although the text is difficult to read when translated and makes it hard to see the actual changes from year to year, but it does confirm some dates we thought (facelift cars in April 1996, but no vvti by then).

    Do you read Japanese iikun?
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    thanks for a great read

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    Thanks for the info!

    Hi,

    I am just now in the market for a Supra and am new to this forum, your intro to the supra and guide to the specs was extremely helpful!

    Cheers!

    Rosco

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    can anyone give me the wireing code for the sterio

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    thanks for this m8 great guide

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