Featured A90 Supra engines and parts diagrams (all) revealed!

Discussion in 'General Supra Topics' started by JT, Oct 4, 2018.

  1. Mike Myers

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    I think you will get manual seats with every engine. If it is similar to BMW, electric seats are an additional option in every trim level.
     
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    I hope so as that's likely 60lbs+ per seat

    Add that to the full TSS sensor array, wireless charging pad, hands free modules, cameras, 100 airbags, and the weight really starts to pile up.
     
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    Wait.... no oil dipstick ?
     
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    Nope. It’s all digital now
     
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    Yup, and most likely electric water pump? No?
     
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    diagrams show electric pump
     
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    2019 m2 competition revs to 7600rpm...hopefully the supra can do the same...
     
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    M2 Comp has the S55
     
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    No, the stock B58 Supra goes up to circa 6800 rpm. The M2 has a different engine (S55), with shorter stroke and other differences.
     
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    Technically, if you look hard at this render (I know it's not official) mostly everything is backwards. The entire digital tach, the climate control, and the buttons on the steering wheel are backwards. So maybe the center console side panel is also backwards? :dunno:

     
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    Damnit Toyota!!!

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    That is because the original rendering was RHD and when they reversed the image around to look like LHD they only corrected the graphic on the HU and left the rest reversed..
     
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    That would explain why we are seeing BMW mirrors. Both insiders have told us that it will look similar to the Highlander.
     
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    Looking through the mirror parts number, the bottom trim piece, turn signal, inner housing, (and corresponding screw covers) are shared but the outer cap and base are different. So it probably is the production mirror as it looks different than the X2 mirror
     
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    The water pump will be the same as the current B58 cooling unit, which is a mechanical water pump assembly as well as an auxiliary electric pump specifically for the turbo.

    The pump assembly can be seen here on the driver's side of the motor, attached to the block:
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    Also, that oil filter looks like it'll be a right PITA to change. Can only imagine how little space there is once the manifold is on. Also, the diagrams confirm there is no D4S, just the standard BMW DI system.
     
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