2021 Toyota Supra 3.0 Dyno Results

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Back to back test on the same day this pleases me. So often comparisons aren’t done right




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I want to see them line up and run the quarter mile. I see the Albon review did some roll runs but that car was totaled so not sure how that effects performance. lol
Best I could do without getting arrested! :p

2021 was faster in every race, both rolls and from a dig. Obviously it's not the most scientific testing but in the end, drags rarely are. Next time I'll get a Dragy or something to get measured results.
 

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It looks like the old C&D test showed the 2020 made more torque then new car? the Supra puts down 339 horsepower and 427 lb-ft of torque at the wheels.

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diff time/air temperature/etc

the old dyno also said 339whp and the new one says 346 whp. I guess after break in, the 2020 gained 7whp. Lmao jk
 

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One drawback for me was the 335HP for the '20 Supra. In today standards, Camrys, Avalons, Altimas and Maximas are around or over 300 horses. I wish the '20 Supra would have at least 400HP, then it would be perfect for me. It's still pretty quick for only 335 ponies.
 

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I wonder what 2021 models will achieve with a tune, there is still so much head room there.
 

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Who knows what's going to happen. I just want my damn car already :p pricing will be announced on the 17th. And those bastards better be sticking to our MSRP contract lol! o_O
if not, report them to corporate Toyota office and etc.
 

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One drawback for me was the 335HP for the '20 Supra. In today standards, Camrys, Avalons, Altimas and Maximas are around or over 300 horses. I wish the '20 Supra would have at least 400HP, then it would be perfect for me. It's still pretty quick for only 335 ponies.
You do realize that the 2020 Supra has 330 RWHP which translates to approximately 385 HP at the crank. This powerplant is far superior to any current Japanese 6-cylinder offering. The 2020 Supra is respectable for what it is.
 

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So suspension wise... the only differences are the programming, the front strut brace, and the bump stops?

What’s the significance of the new bump stops?
 

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what is the engine code on the 2020 and 2021 supra again? i kno is its b58 but then next letter i cant remember.
 

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So for those with 2020's, should we be upset? butthurt? disappointed that literally in less than 1/2 year the 2021 produce more power and other little nicknacs? Im Happy with my 2020 but I have to admit....that Dyno chart is impressive. Lots of potential for the 2021 motor.
 

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