Sales figures JZA80

Sales figures JZA80 Country Sales Period Pieces Sold J-Spec   Japan 1993-2002 31588 US-Spec   USA 1993-1998 11473 Canada 1993-1997 228 EU-Spec   UK-Spec   Great Britain 1993-1996 623 Australasia-Spec   New Zealand 1993-1996 6 Brunei 1993-1996 7 South Africa 1993 1 Australia 1993 1 EU-Spec LHD   Germany 1993-1996 537 Austria 1993-1996 19 France

Dealer options JZA80

Dealer options JZA80   Tag cloudTags2jz 2jz-gte 2jzgte aankooptips aristo bodykit buying CEL checking concept cutting dealer ecu error error checking ETTC fenders how to jza80 jzs161 mkiv OBD OBD2 opties options parrallel pinout plugs rare rolling sales shaving supra tips TRD troubleshooting TTC twins vvti widebody wiring wiring loom Like this post? Please like

LHD conversion JZA80

LHD conversion JZA80 Dashboard  Dash panels  Center console with panel  Handbrake  Heatercore box under the dash  Wiper motor  Cowl plastic over the wiper motor.  Brake lines in the engine bay.  Metal abs holder for lhd  Lhd steering rack Brake master cylinder.  Clutch master cylinder.  Clutch pedal complete assembly  Brake pedal. complete assembly.  Firewall Misc.  

Concept cars and development of the JZA80

Concept cars and development of the JZA80 Source: Author: Japanfanatic   Already in February 1989 a team of 42 developers formed around chief-engineer Isao Tsuzuki. The team was divided into three groups for the benefit of better coordination: The “DP-Team” (Designated Panelists) consisted of Designers, Technicians and Product Planners, which had the task to

Development of the 2JZ

Source: Author: Japanfanatic   In 1993 Toyota presented the fourth incarnation of its top of the line sports car: The Supra JZA80. Over years the evolution of the Supra had been connected to the progress in development of Toyota’s M-Engine Family. Beginning with the presentation of the first Supra Generation in 1978, the “Celica

Pre-purchase checklist JZA80 Supra

Pre-purchase checklist JZA80 Supra MKIV SUPRA (USED) DUE DILIGENCE PRE-PURCHASE CHECKLIST KEN HENDERSON - MODIFIED BY SHOARMATEAM   1. How many owners of the vehicle, including you? 2. Has the head been removed from the block for any reason? If so, please detail. 3. Do you have any recent compression/leak down numbers? 4. If not,