The Toyota Supra has been around since 1978 and the styling was derived from the Toyota Celica but was slightly longer and wider and around 1986 the Supra became a model in its own rights.
The Supra became an iconic car and featured frequently in video games, films and in music videos. The more notable being The Fast and Furious film series, which increase it popularity no end with everyone wanting one and also wanting to increase their performance and speed.
Here is where we come in…
We where approached by a customer who had a Toyota Supra that he had modified but couldn’t get to run properly. The Supra he brought in had the 2JZ engine with a Precision Turbo Kit (fitted by the customer) and was running on an ECUMaster EMU ECU.
The Supra was put on the dyno, as we do with all our custom remaps, to find what power it is producing and we use this time as well to look at the fuelling. The Toyota Supra made 180bhp on the dyno, along with a couple of pops and bangs. We then set to work to write a “live” map whilst the car is on the dyno and very soon the pops and bangs died away and all you could hear was the roar of the Supra engine coming into its own on the dyno.
Why not head over to our YouTube channel where you can watch footage of the Supra on the dyno.