Toyota Supra will come in base and track form?

Discussion in 'General Supra Topics' started by F1 Silver Arrows, Dec 12, 2018.

  1. 93Siro

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    991.2 sans the GT3/RS were all turbo fed too.
     
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    Porsche 991.2 onwards should all be called Turbo!:spaz:
     
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    Bimmerpost insider says it true. :dunno:

    https://g29.bimmerpost.com/forums/showthread.php?t=901686&page=100

     
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    Seeing that the base car was off by like $2k, maybe that means the track version will be $59k? :dunno:
     
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    Hopefully the track Supra will have functioning vents and a wing.
     
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    This one was just spotted by BMW Welt. The spotter thinks it could be the more powerful version.

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    Nothing in this camo'd car looks changed over the base cars we have been seeing.

    Can anybody tell me, if the real change is the M1 vs the O1 engine in the base and track cars, are there any changes in the O1 engine that are true must haves in the long run?

    I'm not very engine savvy, but to me it sounds like the M1 engine is the one that has been reliability tested by Toyota and the one to have if you're going to own or be doing tuning over the long run, over the O1 engine with the new cylinder heads and manifolds etc. (Unless they tested both)
     
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    The O1 is similar to the ones they have been using in cars on sale. So all current 40's from the past 3 years are all separate exhaust manifold.
     
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    Doesn't the C7 do 0-60 in 3.7 sec? C&D tested the Supra at 3.8 sec.
     
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    Could be, it looks like a US spec as well.
     
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    That's a good question for @A70TTR.
     
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    Here's the B58C or M modelScreenshot_20190627-084513_Samsung Internet.jpg
     
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    Here is the B58D or O modelScreenshot_20190627-084646_Samsung Internet.jpg
     
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    I'll ask if I get the chance, but I'd be surprised if either were the case; maybe front vents open for brakes as we saw on some of the race cars if anything.
     

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