Duke Dynamics has a Widebody FT-1 Kit for your Supra

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  1. stacyoz

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    #1 Apr 4, 2020
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    Someone must have heard your wish and offers an aftermarket FT-1 body kit:
    URL: http://www.dukedynamics.com/supra-ft1

    Supra FT1 Widebody Kit

    This is a full replacement widebody kit for the 2020 Toyota Supra. Not bolt-on fenders like other competitors out there. It was designed and made using the latest technology 3D Laser scanner, 3D CAD software and CNC machines.

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    The kit includes the following parts

    1x FULL REPLACEMENT WIDE FRONT BUMPER with a mesh grille
    1x FULL FRONT LIP
    2x FULL REPLACEMENT FRONT WIDE FENDERS
    2x FULL REPLACEMENT SIDE SKIRTS
    2x FULL ADD-ON SIDE SKIRTS BLADES
    2x FULL REPLACEMENT DOOR SIDE VENT PANELS
    2x FULL REAR WIDE FENDERS
    1x FULL REPLACEMENT WIDE REAR BUMPER
    1x FULL FINS DIFFUSER
    1x FULL REPLACEMENT WIDE HOOD with Glass Dome

    Specification
    * Front bumper is 37.5mm longer
    * Rear bumper is 19mm longer
    * Front Fender 55mm wider per side (total width 110mm)
    * Rear Fenders 70mm wider per side (total width 140mm)
    * Front Lip is 38mm lower than the original bumper

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    Q: Do I need to trim the fenders?
    A: Yes, only the rear fender needs to trim/cut in order to house the wider tires/wheels. The rest of the fenders, bumpers, and side skirts are a direct replacement.

    Q: Are their air ducts for the heat exchangers?
    A: yes, we added two air ducts for the heat exchangers

    Q: Are the vents functional?
    A: Yes, they are fully functional.

    Q: What materials is the kit?
    A: Made from FRP (composite), the carbon parts are made from the pre-preg carbon fiber, also known as dry carbon fiber. Available in glossy or matt carbon. Carbon Fiber weave also available in 1×1, 2×2, and forged carbon.

    Q: Where can I buy or pre-order the kit?
    A: You can pre-order at our online store, www.hyperkits.com

    If you have any questions please send us an email to [email protected]

     
  2. Waferz

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    They’re going to be some mad puppies when they put the first kit on a car and realize none of that works with the sensors and throws the cars electronics for a major loop.
     
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    Going to have to get a custom exhaust as well.
     
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    So why do some photos show BMW mirrors and others have ones from the FT1? :what: :hmm:
     
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    Looks nice and all, but where are the plates suppose to go? :dunno:
     
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    So long as they provision for the parking sensors and the front bumper radar system, then they should be golden. In the renders, they haven't but I'm assuming they're smart enough to make sure that they do for a final product.

    It's one thing to make renders though, let's see if they can actually manufacture this without needing an insane amount of work at the body shop to fix gaps and other issues.
     
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    How much does the typical bodyshop charge for paint and installation?
     
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    I think someone just got lazy with the photoshop. The list of parts does not say anything about mirrors. For almost $10k you're still gonna be stuck with those huge ugly ones from BMW. :lol:

    I think what we got from Toyota looks pretty good. IMO, for those that are wanting to make their cars look more like the FT1 someone just needs to release a see through hood, wing, and pedestal mirrors.
     
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    Another dumb question, but will that front bumper effect air follow to the engine?
     
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    Wont know till they either give an update or someone installs it and does some testing. I'm more concerned with how much the exhaust is going to cost.
     
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    I'm glad somebody is doing it. Looks great so far!

    Fillet the top of the nose to soften the edge a bit.
     
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    here are some side profile pics

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    Wow, this is one sick kit!!
     

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