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    Quote Originally Posted by carl0s View Post
    yes but forget it, not worth it.
    ok cheers

    what type of bhp am i looking at if i go for an n/a it might help

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    Quote Originally Posted by jinxy View Post
    ok cheers

    what type of bhp am i looking at if i go for an n/a it might help

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    220 or 225, thereabouts. I think you can expect to increase that to 235 tops if you remove the airfilter / replace it with a non-functioning air filter (obviously not something you should do) and decat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by carl0s View Post
    220 or 225, thereabouts. I think you can expect to increase that to 235 tops if you remove the airfilter / replace it with a non-functioning air filter (obviously not something you should do) and decat.
    brill i might get myself an n/a then and save myself a few pennys cheers (it is my 1st supra after all)

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    n/a are definatly worth getting if you havent had one before, i started off with a n/a auto and i was delighted with the way it drove and how fast it was through gears. now moving onto a tt manuel, so hope im as impressed. i never thought id have an auto. but it doesnt drive like an auto. so reponsive. Getting the experience from the n/a was vital in my experience.
    very good guides

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    Hi guys! Just a super quick quizzer, am in Japan as I type hunting a clean monocoque for a build - can I just confirm that as far as anyone has heard all of the bare chassis, regardless of trim and spec should be identical - meaning only slight differences between the pre and post facelifters only?

    Many thanks!

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    Thank you for the great info.

    Although i would add more technical- info for some users.

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    i read through the guides and i never knew Supra have a Tiptronic GB. I never seen 1 in Malaysia so far. Anyone here having the tiptronic model? and I've been finding a Supra with VVT-i and its also very hard here. Supra is a very rare car in Malaysia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StratOS View Post
    i read through the guides and i never knew Supra have a Tiptronic GB. I never seen 1 in Malaysia so far. Anyone here having the tiptronic model? and I've been finding a Supra with VVT-i and its also very hard here. Supra is a very rare car in Malaysia.
    It's the same gearbox as the regular auto, except it has an ugly selector stick, and up/down buttons on the steering wheel, which is why it's called tiptronic. It's the same normal 4spd a340e box.
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    very helpful,, thanks for the guides

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    Hello All

    I recently bought a 1994 Supra TT, having trouble identifying which model it actually is? Gz, Rz etc. seems to have quite a few factory
    options such as Targa-top, front leather seats of which drivers is
    electric. is an auto has 2jz-Gte on build plate & engine cover. has no reference anywhere in engine bay of model type. I am hoping some Supra guru on this site will be able to shed some light.
    I personally believe its a Gz-aerotop as i don't think Rz's come in aerotops? just dont have code to verify this.
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    Yes all J-spec 2JZGTE Auto Aerotops are GZ, model code on the VIN plate should be E-JZA80-AJPZZ
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    Quote Originally Posted by migligs View Post
    Hello All

    I recently bought a 1994 Supra TT, having trouble identifying which model it actually is? Gz, Rz etc. seems to have quite a few factory
    options such as Targa-top, front leather seats of which drivers is
    electric. is an auto has 2jz-Gte on build plate & engine cover. has no reference anywhere in engine bay of model type. I am hoping some Supra guru on this site will be able to shed some light.
    I personally believe its a Gz-aerotop as i don't think Rz's come in aerotops? just dont have code to verify this.
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    Definitely a GZ Aero. Same as mine .

    Quote Originally Posted by Nic View Post
    Yes all J-spec 2JZGTE Auto Aerotops are GZ, model code on the VIN plate should be E-JZA80-AJPZZ
    Yep, that's the one.

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    thank you for the info, made my life so easy now its nice to some who know what they talking about

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    i surprised after reading this guides,i learned many things which i dont know before and also model differences.great share mate.thank u.
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    Wow this guide is absolutely brilliant. Hats off to you sir for creating such an informative yet accessible guide

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