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    • Why Supras are known as highway cars - GEP built motor MKIV Supra vs. bolt on tuned CLS63 M157 100-300 kph race

      Here is a perfect illustration as to why the MKIV Supra has its reputation as a highway monster. The wheel horsepower on this Supra is not stated but it is clearly making plenty of power as illustrated by the 100-300 kph (62-186 mph) run.


      It takes the Supra some time to spool which allows the M157 to open a lead only for the Supra to quickly go to light speed as it passes by.

      Very impressive especially with three people in the car against what is a very strong AMG.

      Supra specs:
      Forged Built 2JZ Long block
      GSC S2 cams
      Borg Warner S480 Turbo 32psi boost
      Link G4+ Xtreme with custom tune
      98 octane + 20% eth

      CLS63 Specs:
      Downpipes
      Full free exhaust
      Custom Tune
      Meth injection98 octane + 10% eth


      This article was originally published in forum thread: Why Supras are known as highway cars - GEP built motor MKIV Supra vs. bolt on tuned CLS63 M157 100-300 kph race started by Sticky View original post
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      1. billvp's Avatar
        billvp -
        from a 40mph roll, doesn't catch up & pass until 140mph ... that's a loss in most cases
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by billvp Click here to enlarge
        from a 40mph roll, doesn't catch up & pass until 140mph ... that's a loss in most cases
        It was a 62 mph roll but it looked like it started to pull at 160 kph.