With an interior that would put the inventors of Grand Turismo into a jealous rage, and a 721-horse drive-wheel bite that would intimidate Jaws himself, you better have looks to rival Pamela Anderson if you want to live up to the Total Package credo. Thanks to FD Bodyworks of Brooklyn, New York, the Supra has more curves than Pamela. Hubie took the components he liked and basically made his own body kit. The Toyota's silhouette has been enhanced with a Bomex front bumper, Blitz rear bumper treatment and spoiler, Blitz side skirts, Veilside fenderwell treatment and a Veilside hood. FD made the conglomeration work by paying attention to the details and the final result is panels that look factory installed.
Harnessing the Supras thrust and managing the g-forces falls to HKS Hiper Damper coilovers and a meaty contact patch. The Supra rolls on Racing Hart C5s and Pirelli P-Zero rubber. Up front we find 19x8.5 C5s and 245/35ZR-19s. Out back19x10s are joined by 275/30ZR-19s. The Supra has great brakes in OE trim, so Hubie has only added TRD lines and pads to enhance their effectiveness.
The big power generators are twin HKS GT2835 ball-bearing turbos. Mounted to a HKS exhaust
The 22 psi daily driven level netted 624.5 hp.
The 24 psi enhanced version scored 649.1 on the Dynojet on 93-octane pump gas.
In a world dominated by digital feeds and powered by the megahertz, electronic wizardry is becoming a necessity on the entertainment and performance front. Let's face it, 721 rear-wheel horsepower is a tune we can hum to all day long.
1994 Toyota Supra
721hp @ 28 psi
2JZ-GTE inline six
3043 (.020-inces overbore)
HKS GT Series 2835 turbos
APEXi air-to-air, front mount
Denso pump(20B), regulator, 720cc injectors
HKS Twin Power
HKS Super Power Flow, stock manifold
HKS Racing wastegate, APEXi AVC-R
Stock ECU, APEXi AFC, APEXi ITC, HKS VPC
With some 110-octane fuel added to the tank and 28 psi dialed in on the Super AVC-R, the S
Rollers consist of Racing Hart C5s and Pirelli P-Zero rubber. Up front we find 19x8.5 C5s