downpipe, exhaust, & Intake tune gains

What have others done to their car? Looking to see what others MKV lovers done to their's


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Hi, I bought a MKV supra 2020 and thought about keeping it stock for a while because it is fast from the factory, at least for me. However, being my first sports car, I went on youtube to see other consumers of the MKV tuning the vehicle and I could not resist to make mine super fast. I bought few parts and got a tune on the vehicle. I have gained an extra 86 HP and 139 TQ. The parts I bought for my Supra are as follows: exhaust is Catback dual HKS muffler, afe twisted steel catted downpipe, injen Evo intake and went to get a tune on it.




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Hi, I bought a MKV supra 2020 and thought about keeping it stock for a while because it is fast from the factory, at least for me. However, being my first sports car, I went on youtube to see other consumers of the MKV tuning the vehicle and I could not resist to make mine super fast. I bought few parts and got a tune on the vehicle. I have gained an extra 86 HP and 139 TQ. The parts I bought for my Supra are as follows: exhaust is Catback dual HKS muffler, afe twisted steel catted downpipe, injen Evo intake and went to get a tune on it.
How much did that all cost?
 
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How much did that all cost?
Just under 3k but worth it with the stage two tune which is not included in the price. There are other ways to get power from the engine?
 

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Just under 3k but worth it with the stage two tune which is not included in the price. There are other ways to get power from the engine?
How did you tune the car? Like what was the tune?
 

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In my opinion, all Supra owners with access to E85 should take advantage of it. Bm3 + E85 and stage 2 mods will make up to 34% HP / 30% TQ

Try that with the stock turbo, if you still want more power get the Pure upgraded kit.
 
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I have a 93 Oct tune. The tires slip in 2nd and 3rd so I will be getting better tires and hks springs to lower the car. Amazing car!
 
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In my opinion, all Supra owners with access to E85 should take advantage of it. Bm3 + E85 and stage 2 mods will make up to 34% HP / 30% TQ

Try that with the stock turbo, if you still want more power get the Pure upgraded kit.
Amen. Especially in California with 91 octane premium. And because e85 here is exempt from certain taxes it HAS to contain a minimum of 82% ethanol to qualify.
 

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I have a 93 Oct tune. The tires slip in 2nd and 3rd so I will be getting better tires and hks springs to lower the car. Amazing car!
Toyo R888r's 30535/19 on stock wheels eliminate that issue.
 
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Toyo R888r's 30535/19 on stock wheels eliminate that issue.
ok, The rear tires Toyo 305/35/19 65/35/19.. any thoughts?
 
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okay, I do live in PA and with conditions of wet, snow, and freezing temps. The rear tires for supra, you recommended was Toyo 305/35/19 but what about two front tires, Toyo 265/35/19.. any thoughts?
Those Toyo's are definitely NOT recommended for the conditions you describe.
 
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Those Toyo's are definitely NOT recommended for the conditions you describe.
I have a daily for the winter weather. I may go with toyo's 285/35/19 and 255/35/19. what is you're opinion on 285/30/19 and 255/30/19
 
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I have a daily for the winter extreme weather. I may go with toyo's 285/35/19 and 255/35/19. However, what are your thoughts on 285/30/19 and 255/30/19 instead? Will that do anything to the driving aspect of the car...
The 30 series tires are more than an inch smaller in diameter. Aside from looking weird it will probably throw off your speedometer and all the other systems that depend on accurate speed info.
 

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