what mods would you recommend for my 2.0 ltr supra

KillerhydroCL

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I am really happy with the car its sleek and fast enough for me but i was wondering for a 2.0 what would you add or modify to increase performance or sound . i have already disabled the fake exhaust sounds via bimmercode. but i wanna make it badass . suggestions?

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As I’m sure many will say , if you’re looking for performance you should do nothing and trade it in for the 3.0 . Since it’s a 2.0 and you just want to do some customization I’d say stick to just lowering it with springs and call it a day . Most people here are in this car for the performance that’s why you see so many members tuning and people with basically new cars upgrading turbos . Do what you like to the car style wise and enjoy it . Best of luck
 

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Hmmmmm.....Only 3 responses in til this came out.....think the record is 2. ;)
Yep.

I like that the 2.0 is offered. I like that some buyers make the decision that the 2.0 is right for them. And many of us like to mod whether it be a 2.0 or a 3.0, so what I don’t like are the dickish responses.

ah, well.
 

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Comes with the territory....it's the same on other forums I check out. I am all for the 2.0 as well especially, after I test drove one last Saturday. Also did the 3.0 and the outcome was expected with regards to power difference but I can honestly say, did not expect the 2.0 to be that responsive. Have been in a few 2.0 4's and even the ones with a little more HP aren't as quick as this one. The transmission should be celebrated more than the engines in my opinion.....

anyway, to provide some sort of response to OP, since these things have locked ECU's, some folks are turning to a product called JB4. Essentially, it is a "piggyback" tune that does not require any programming of the ECU. I have read from many folks that the first mods to any vehicle should be; tire upgrade, brake upgrade, suspension upgrade. The 2.0 excels in this aspect as a lot of the OE components can be swapped easily and don't require any "re-programming' to fit the new components. Check out this link:



Enjoy the vehicle. HTH.:thumbsup:
 

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Most people are lame when they say get the 3.0 for performance, like everyone jumping of a bridge and not all want to jump off on that end. With that being said...

The only Ecu tuning you can do right now is a piggy back like mentioned above JB4 then everything else wise can be swapped over from the 3.0 except the downpipe (kinda) and intakes (some mods) as well as exhaust.

I ended up using a the BMS intake with a little fabbing of pipes, using the dual exhaust from a 3.0 and the Swift Springs from the 3.0 as well.

Will be getting a JB4 when my downpipe comes in. Supposedly this month. Everything else as far as aesthetics to suspension fits the 2.0, aside from the 2.0 having a slightly better weight distribution and more predictable handling. Get it all,

Mind you the car is already low volume and fairly new (came out Dec?ish) so it'll be some time before more stuff comes out.
 

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