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My Supra NA/T T61 438bhp and 500lbft


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Thought I would put up my dyno graph on here.. see what you think..


Here is a few shots of my NA/T build :)


Pulling it apart

NA - Begining.jpg


Engine out

going back in.jpg


Great help from my good friends!





good clean up and paint

engine bay.jpg


new engine back in and getting there :)


getting there...jpg


its in.jpg


all back in






first start :



done :) as she stands now at Cars in the park - Lichfield.







my NA/T went for mapping at ProTuner and greg did a fantastic job with it getting it sorted :) he was really suprised by the set up too I think and commented on how well it performed after being a bit skeptical of the turbo and piggy back set up.


part throttle mapping is beautiful and very smooth, turbo spools well and pulls very hard indeed!!


anyway.. spec as follows





ARP Head bolts

Standard GE head and internals

XS Power T61 Turbo + manifold

TiAL 44mm MVS Wastegate

650cc Siemens DEKA injectors

K&N Cone filter

HKS Hi power silent system

Walbro 255 and fuel damper delete

Listers motorsport braided lines and AN fittings

Driftworks supercool rad


management is greddy emanage ultimate with greddy profec OLED



Spec Stage 3+ clutch linked to a w58 (im now on my second box)



After greg at protuner did an absolutely stunning job sorting the wiring, doing the 12v fuel pump mod, and mapping it properly..


the map is both smooth and savage.. top work! although now I need a v16* more than ever!!


anyway here is the dyno print



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