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1994 Toyota Supra - Super Bad, Supra Quick

The Only Thing You Need To Know About This Car - Is That It's Balls-Out Fast.

Jonathan Wong
Jun 22, 2007
Photographer: Wes Allison
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About the only thing you need to know about the Toyota Supra built by tuning shops Private Power ADMIRE and Masquerade, (both situated in the Kato-shi and Kobe-shi regions of Japan)-other than it being incredibly (and understatedly) badass-is that it's balls-out fast. The totally raced-out, stitch-welded chassis with a custom cage and toggle controls give the obvious notion that somehow, the 709hp we see written down on their spec sheet is no fluke. Its 2JZ has been overhauled for sheer torque and power, using plenty of HKS gear (modified TO4R, header, intake and cams) as well as bits from a RB26DETT to do the job. You might even confuse the aero kit as your standard, off-the-shelf VeilSide fiberglass deal, but Masquerade took it a step beyond and modified it for a truly custom look and fit; perhaps better than the real thing. And according to our Japanese correspondent, Tetsu, seven years ago, Masquerade campaigned the Supra for Time Attack at Tsukuba and had Super GT driver, Tatsuya Tanigawa (veteran of the Denso Supra in '98 and the Cusco Impreza until '05) take it for a spin. It was red and the specs weren't what they are now but Tanigawa was able to finish with a 1:00.6 lap time. Today, Masquerade thinks the Supra can pull a 58-second pass!

Faster Facts

'94 Toyota Supra

Owner Private Power ADMIRE

Hometown Kobe-Shi, Japan

Daily Grind Tuning shop

Power 709hp with 535lb-ft

Under The Hood Hks 256/264 cams, adjustable cam gears, Super Power Flow intake, modified header and modified TO4R turbo; SARD R Type fuel regulator and 700cc injectors (x6); balanced stock connecting rods, pistons and crankshaft; ground, ported and polished cylinder head with custom combustion chamber; Nissan RB26DETT valve springs; custom intake manifold; Bosch fuel pump; blueprinted collector tank; Moroso fuel cooler; custom aluminum fuel pipe; Harada Factory exhaust and one-off titanium downpipe; custom radiator; Blitz oil cooler; Nissan Z32 power-steering oil cooler

Drivetrain Trd two-way customized limited-slip differential; C's short stroke kit; OS Giken triple plate clutch

Brains HKS EVC boost controller and F-CON V Pro

Stiff Stuff Vestex PCR one-off coilovers with 24kg/mm (front) and 20kg/mm (rear) springs; TRD bushings; JIC front negative upper arms; Ikeya Formula rear adjustable pillow arms

Stoppers Front: Brembo Ferrari F50 calipers and rotors, rear: Lotus calipers

Rollers Advan TC2 wheels; Potenza RE55S tires

Outside Modified VeilSide bumper, over fenders, fiberglass doors, GT wing and stock rear bumper; acrylic glass; customized Shift carbon fiber hood; RE Amemiya diffuser; Craft Square mirrors; deep purple crystal metallic and blue flake paint

Inside Recaro Racer SPG and SPG seats; OMP Rally steering wheel; Takata seat belt harnesses; customized dashboard

Ice Max Racing DDR320BL gauge; Blitz boost, water temp and exhaust temp gauges


Plymouth, MI 48170
Mackin Industries
Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670
(800) 688-5912
By Jonathan Wong
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