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All of these firsts are a subject of the times, not the lineage.
Had they had this tech in 1978, the MA45 Supra would have had all of these...
He is an utter cocksucker that guy lol
I've got the exact same on my White A90 (and all my Supras actually)
It's good shit.
(and I have four rifles)
Yes it says this in the owners manual
It's the LCF and possibly a tyre test mule
Jackie D is testing this theory and so far cannot substantiate it. (geometry change under rear suspension loading conditions)
You have the remember the GTR was a modified skyline for many many many years.
Plus the Supra has (in all markets since hte A70) had various trim...
Ahh that's you, nice.
I got my TE37SL on the A80 through Micky, they're a good bunch
Nail - Head
These guys have been at the forefront of sports car testing for years
To compare them to decrepit white boys who still wear jeans...
Just to clear up some part number confusion
B58B30M1 = B58C = headifold "2020" version
B58B30O1 = B58D = 6 port "2021" version
I can't watch Dougs video's. His voice sounds like someone farting through a trumpet and his head looks like a foot. EAD.
yep, to fix properly would be cheaper for insurance company to replace the car
I sold my W204 C63 AMG to fund the A90. No regrets. I love the C63. Brutal, analogue, sounds absurd. Love it.
The A90 is just as fun - in a...
ynguldyn is a prominent member of bimmerpost and has a long history of reliable insider data regarding production and model changes plans.
Sorry, I thought the GT4 was running the B58C AKA B58B30M1?
Yeah, I haven't had the fun of a stock JZA70R.... My A70 is a stripped 1JZ single turbo and it's an absolute delight to drive on the limit....
I really should do that one day....
Stock vs stock (all supras) the A90 has them all beaten. A80 in second, A60 in third, A70 in fourth..... A40....
I,ve been driving my A80 for the past 3 weeks after a month of driving the A90. Very interesting to compare the two! (and A70 before that)
Transmission manufacturers will rate an input torque for a given reliability/longevity perspective. We rate our transmissions at 1000Nm input...