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    i'm a newbie so please don't laugh. what does jza80 stand for and ma71 stand for? I have searched but couldn't find. Also is vvti better? what are the pros and cons?

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    JZA80 is the mk4 model designation/code. MA71 is the mk3 turbo model code for America. (was MA70 here).
    VVTi is better.
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    Thanks appreciated

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nic View Post
    Super Bright Yellow? Paint code 576, 08.1998-2002


    Well I never.. did you?

    I didn't realise gunmetal was called Grayish Green Mica Metallic either.
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    yeah i went into toyota to buy something the other day anf it came colour coded. yellow was one of the options.. i was like WTF!

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    Quote Originally Posted by carl0s View Post
    Super Bright Yellow? Paint code 576, 08.1998-2002
    http://paul.webmaster-eye.de/Farben/gelb.jpeg

    Well I never.. did you?

    I didn't realise gunmetal was called Grayish Green Mica Metallic either.
    thats supra is perfect!!!! yea i first saw a yellow supe on a gran turismo game irrcwas a stock colour option when you went to buy it

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoolsBlue View Post
    thats supra is perfect!!!! yea i first saw a yellow supe on a gran turismo game irrcwas a stock colour option when you went to buy it
    I don't like it actually. It's a bit pale for a yellow sports car.
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    Verry Good! Thanks from Sweden!

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    Just read the guide

    found it very very very helpfull and informative

    many thanx to the op
    Last edited by gzus; 24-02-10 at 05:14.

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    Thanks for the info guys, a great guide!!

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    Really helped me out Big Help


    Sorry to bump old thread btw

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    Quote Originally Posted by mawby View Post
    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.

    Thanks!! thats all my questions answered, well done on a fantasic read!

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    thanks filled with tons of useful information good job

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    Brilliant, everything i needed to know, cheers! (also nice to have a personal slant on the info)

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