Picked up this burgundy Medium Red Pearl Supra turbo in '09. Hard to tell, but this is at stock height! There was a shitload wrong with this car, and I have fixed almost everything. The car came with stock sawblade wheels, stock/home made rattly exhaust, tons of vacuum/boost leaks, blown stock suspension, and other undesirables. The car burns oil when cold at a very slow rate, but it annoyed me so I took it to a shop for a rebuild. They disassembled the car to the point where the engine was ready to come out, and then went out of business. I had to tow it 100 miles home and rebuild everything myself, recently completing the project. I haven't fixed the minor oil problem yet, but will continue my build since compression is solid. Since that fiasco I have decided to make my car 100% my own work. Specs: Engine: Before: After: 7M-GTE, kouki version Bored .040 over Probe Pistons Eagle H Beam Rods to do: Re-seal valve covers Cam seals (if needed) Front main seal (if needed) Drivetrain: Southbend Feramic disc Stock Toyota flywheel 3.73 Toyota LSD Stock R154 to do: Nashman V2 Short shifter Exhaust: BIC Performance Divorced Downpipe 3" Tanabe Hyper Medallion 75mm catback to do: 3" High flow cat Turbo: 60 trim CT-26 Braided oil softlines with AN fitting conversion Apexi Power Intake HKS SSQV II to do: Intercooler and 2.5" piping Suspension: 12-way adjustable full coilovers 14kg/mm front 10kg/mm rear 91-92 Supra 5 spokes to do: Solid subframe bushings/spacers Polyurethane control arm bushings 94 Cobra wheels Cooling: Huge radiator to do: Flush and convert to toyota pink coolant Electronics: Greddy Emanage for fuel and timing Greddy Profec e-01 for boost control Innovate LC1 wideband Custom plug and play harness to do: Lexus AFM to pair with 550cc Gauges (oil pressure, temp, and fuel pressure) turbo timer When I'm done messing around with piggybacks I will throw on a MS2 v3, convert to speed density and non multiplexed ignition, then go play on the dyno. Oil to do: -10 Full flow thermostatically controlled oil cooler circuit Fuel to do: Walbro 255 Full -6 AN braided conversion 560 cc injectors Aeromotive AFPR Hope you guys like it. I enjoy making progress on this car, it is very rewarding but scary to drive. Please let me know what you think, comments and criticism welcome!