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  1. Project TA90 V2 - Street Modified Time Attack Build

    I haven't looked into the subframe as the classes that we run all require an OEM subframe. The upgrade just wouldn't be legal for us ha.
  2. EVS just released their in house race style mirrors with integrated wind buffet fix

    I think on a super track-focused car, it looks amazing. It really compliments our aero kit. No turn signals or heating or blindspot management, although this mirror is heavily convexed so you actually get to see a lot. The car will have error codes but not any warnings I don't think, don't...
  3. Supra Bump Steer fix...

    On a (relatively) high-horsepower, RWD car, it is almost always a good idea to have some static toe in at the rear. Neutral toe will 100% cause more oversteer on entry AND exit, whereas a little more toe in will help with traction as well.
  4. Supra Bump Steer fix...

    Just some clarifications on our thoughts: Does the Verkline kit help with reducing bump steer? Yes, it is engineered to. Does the Supra come from factory with bump steer? Yes, it is designed to have bump steer, this car handles with a real sense of agility and requires a driver's full attention...
  5. Project TA90 V2 - Street Modified Time Attack Build

    IAT is, to me, the biggest limiting factor with our car at the moment as well. Personally I don't have methanol injection, but your feedback kinda proves that meth doesn't exactly help massively either. We're working on our new intake manifold w/ much larger intercooler with AMS, I'm hoping...
  6. Project TA90 V2 - Street Modified Time Attack Build

    Yep, I've had pretty good luck with my H6-60-RS 60Ah battery lately. The car ran fine with it. One thing I would like to note, these cars have an interesting charging strategy so when you're driving under full load, the battery isn't charging. So if my car is sitting half the time and out on...
  7. Project TA90 V2 - Street Modified Time Attack Build

    I think after this one year, we learned there's a couple ways for you to achieve the goal of a well-balanced street/track hybrid. Honestly, the car doesn't need a lot! - Motorsport Hardware Lug Stud & Bolt Kit (Easy Wheels On & Off) - Counterspace Garage Brake pads (CP front, C11 rear for...
  8. Project TA90 V2 - Street Modified Time Attack Build

    That was an idea as well, but that doesn't exactly help with ground clearance again. The car is gonna run over all sorts of curbs and bumps (just as it already does) so I'd like to minimize any issues on that front.
  9. Project TA90 V2 - Street Modified Time Attack Build

    Titanium would be awesome for sure, but our main issue at the moment is that we're not able to find oval piping in titanium as readily available as we would with aluminium. Factory exhaust uses oval piping for ground clearance and aero, so we'd like to preserve that characteristic if possible...
  10. Project TA90 V2 - Street Modified Time Attack Build

    The car actually just has a TF-Works muffler delete axleback with the factory exhaust from the downpipe back! We're working on a custom exhaust, either stainless or titanium... We are testing a new solution from SPL on the rear upper arm, I will be able to share more info when I get the ok...
  11. Project TA90 V2 - Street Modified Time Attack Build

    From the very start of the development process, the goal of the AMS Garrett Turbo kit was to retain the factory wastegate, since it's so effective at maintaining accurate boost control. This is the main reason why we are going with the GTX Gen II turbos instead of the newer G30 series, as there...
  12. Project TA90 V2 - Street Modified Time Attack Build

    Full Supra TA90 V2 Mod List (9/4/2020): Wheels & Tires: 275/35/18 Nankang CR-1 on 18x10.7 +38 Titan 7 TS-5 (For Gridlife) 295/35/18 Yokohama ADVAN A052 on 18x10.7 +38 Titan 7 TS-5 (For Global Time Attack) Suspensions: TA90 Spec Reinharte R2 Coilovers Eibach Front & Rear Sway Bar SPL...
  13. Project TA90 V2 - Street Modified Time Attack Build

    I do apologize friends, this thread kinda went dead and I wasn't active on the forum a lot as soon as the racing season picked up... What is pretty cool is that we have been able to test a lot of aspects of the car in the last 6 months (Jesus time flew by quick), and the TA90 V2 has been...
  14. PhD Racing Supra A90 WINS Super Lap Battle COTA Street class!

    Plenty of S2K stock rotor issues. I think I cracked a pair without too much effort. The Supra rotors are very beefy and I doubt you could get them to crack. I wasn't too impressed with the stock brake pad (even though they were okay for track use), but the rotors were pretty solid I think.
  15. PhD Racing Supra A90 WINS Super Lap Battle COTA Street class!

    Also, this was on our new Neo Motorsport BBK, so it was not stock rotors. That said, the stock rotors lasted very well for me at Buttonwillow with just pads and fluids upgrade.
  16. PhD Racing Supra A90 WINS Super Lap Battle COTA Street class!

    For COTA, I was on 295/35/18 Yokohama A052 with 18x10.7 +38 Titan 7 TS5 wheels, non-staggered front and rear. This will be our Global Time Attack setup, but the tire width exceeds Gridlife's 285 max width so we'll need another set of tires for the Gridlife season (provided it still goes on)
  17. Brake bleeding requires dealer?!

    I want to say that the track surface is better, but there are still some very big bumps especially in Sector 1 in the Esses. Lots of sparks came off of our titanium splitter skid blocks haha.
  18. Lets see those 18" wheel setups!

    At first I did Titan 7's squared setup on stock shocks & springs with 15 mm spacers in the front. Cleared the spring perch and no poke (pretty close tho), but probably would've added some spacer in the rear too if I was going for the looks. Switched to coilovers and did the new 18x10.7 +38...
  19. What did you do to your Supra today?

    Just thought this was too cool not to share! Sweid-It custom Alcantara steering wheel.


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