Toyota Supra Parts – Toyota Parts Catalog

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The Toyota was a sports car produced by Toyota. began in 1979. The Supra was and designed on the legacy of Toyota’s super sportscar, the 2000GT. It the common chassis code of A.

Celica Supra Mk 1 (1979-1981)

The generation Supra was based upon the Toyota Celica but was longer by 5.1 inches (doors and section same length as but rear panels differ). importantly, the Celica’s 4-cylinder was replaced by an inline 6. Toyota’s plan for the Supra at this was to make it a competitor to the very Datsun (now Nissan) it, in some degree, succeded.

The 1979 (1978 Japan Mk 1 was originally equipped with a 110 hp (82 kW) overhead cam inline-6 motor, the 2.6 L (MA46 chassis code) was the first Toyota engine electronic fuel injection). In the Supra received the 2.8 L 5M-E, Chassis code) making 116 hp (87 kW) and 145 (197 N·m) of torque. It was available in Japan with the 2.0 L engine MA45 chassis and possibly the M-TEU turbo.

As all subsequent versions of the Supra, the Mk 1 was with either 5 speed (W50) or 4 speed automatic and it also came standard 4-wheel disc brakes, but the T series solid rear configuration of the celica in the MA45 and a larger F series (and LSD) In the MA46 and MA47.

981 was the year that a Celica could be purchased equipped an 8-track stereo.

Toyota Celica Supra Mk 2

Though the Celica name was used, in its second generation the stood more apart the Celica. The Mk 2, with its all-new quickly became a success in the US it was awarded the Import Car of the Year by Trend. It also made Car and magazine’s Ten Best list for and 1984.

In the US, the engine was changed the SOHC 2.8 L 5M-E to the DOHC 2.8 L The MK2 came in 2 flavors: the P-type type) and the L-type (Luxury They were differentiated by the options, tire/wheel combo, and trim: the P-type had fiberglass flares over the wheel while the L-type had simple flares molded into the above the wheel wells.

the P-type came with 4.10:1 or 4.30:1 rear while the L-type came 3.727:1 rear gearing. were offered with the W58 manual 5-speed transmission or the (1982 only)/A43DE (1983-1986.5) automatic transmission. The P-type with 14X7 wheels and tires, and the L-type came 14×5.5 wheels and 195/70/14

As a complement to the superb engine, the Supra’s suspension was specially by Lotus.

Around the world, the Mk 2 came a variety of other engines. models sent to countries Sweden, Switzerland and Australia) the Mk 1’s 5M-E (In Australia, availability of petrol was leaded of time), while in Japan the MK2 offered the option of the turbocharged M-TE engine or the 2 litre turbo 1G-GTE (GA61). in Japan, where the Mk 2 was badged the XX, some came with the 2.0 L since taxes were on lower-displacement engines.

Typically, 5M-GE’s made around 170 hp kW), while the US-market made around 145 hp (108 since the exhaust system was restrictive to comply with requirements. 1984 and 1985 US had around 165 hp (123 kW) due to 9.2:1 vs the former 8.8:1.

1985 was the end of the Mk 2, but in the manufacture of the Mk 3 led to leftover 1985 Mk 2s offered for sale in the first of 1986. These were 1985 models with cosmetic changes, as well as the of the rear-mounted third brakelight on the

A popular engine replacement for the Mk 2 is the which is a 190 hp (142 kW) 3.0 L version of the This engine was never in the Mk 2, but was offered in the JDM-only Crown and models.

Some possible chassis are: MA60, MA61, MA67, GA60, GA61. the body code L R represented hand or Right hand i.e. the MA61L is Left Drive, whereas the MA61R is hand Drive)

Toyota Mk3 (1986-1992)

In the middle of 1986, was ready to release its next of the Supra. The bonds between the and the Supra were cut; now were two completely different of models. The Celica changed to wheel drive (FWD), the Supra kept its rear drive (RWD).

Though the Mk 2 and Mk 3 had designs, the engine was a more version than the earlier 2.8 L and 3.0 L with two versions: one with a turbo (the 7M-GTE) and one (the 7M-GE). The non-turbo models came standard the W58 manual transmission, and the 7M-GTE standard with the R154. were available with an automatic transmission, the A340E.

the 1989 year, the car received new lights, front bumper, and side trim amongst features.

1988 Supra Turbo-A In the Turbo-A model was introduced, it was a design aimed at winning the touring car championships around the There were only 500 ever made. The Turbo-A was a 7M-GTEU with 267 PS (263 kW), making it the fastest road car until the R32-GTR was Turbo-As were only sold in black, all had leather hard top and only used MAP (turbo-a.net)

The third-generation Supra a great deal of new technology. In Supras were already with ABS, TEMS Electronically Modulated Suspension). By airbags became standard.

models also came two other engines: the 2.5 L 280 hp (209 kW) 1JZ-GTE and 2.0 L 210 hp (157 kW) twin-turbo

The US turbo model can propel 0-60 in just over 6

Some possible chassis are: MA70, MA71, GA70.

Toyota Supra Mk 4

With the fourth generation of the Toyota took a big leap in the of a more super sportscar. The new was redesigned from the ground up and two completely new engines: naturally 2JZ-GE 220hp and 210lb-ft of or a twin turbocharged 2JZ-GTE a whopping 320hp, 315 lb-ft of The turbocharged variant could 0-60 in 4.6 seconds and 1/4 mile in under 13.1 seconds at 106 mph.

The MKIV Supra’s twin actually operated in sequential instead of twin mode as the states. The way that the sequential operated was the first turbo spooling at low rpms as the rpms the second turbo joins in. helped in reducing turbo

Twin mode in other operated by having the two turbos up at the same time at the upper rpm For this generation, the Supra a new 6-speed Getrag transmission on the models.

In 1998, Toyota to export the cars from and they stopped production in 2002 due to a decline in sales. has hinted at a possible revival of the in 2006/2007 pointing at different There is indication that will base the future on the next generation Altezza, will be powered by a Twin-Turbocharged V6 while other speculate the future Supra will the next flagship model for the knocking the Toyota Century off the spot.

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