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last updated
05/03/2004

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index

bpu
   (basic performance upgrades)
1.
downpipe,
exhaust
& intake
downpipe photos
exhaust
photos
exhaust sounds
downpipe
installation
by dan marohl
cone
filters test results! ( 1 )  ( 2
)

custom
fitted apex’i air filter

by brian shoffner / shane duvall


apex’i air filter kit
by

erven
k&n
drop in air filter photos
k&n cone filter extension mod
by todd rafferty
k&n
air filters catalog
air
filter boxes
2.
fuel
cut
control
greddy bcc install
& tune
highly recommended  
by
brian b. & brian b.
greddy boost cut
controller(bcc) notes
by lance wolrab / david ruder
free fuel cut defencer (ffcd)
not recommended  
by randy dellinger
hks fuel cut defencer (fcd)
not recommended  
by william cruickshanks
3.
boost
control

electronic boost controllers(ebc)
photos
new avc-r install instructions &
basic tuning
by jeff lee
& mani jayasinghe
new
avc-r advanced tuning
by jeff lee
the new avc-r instructions manual
by mani jayasinghe
blitz dsbc electronic boost controller installation
by randy dellinger
blitz dsbc
users manual
by roger gerl
wastegate bleeder t mod
by randy dellinger
manual boost controller
by jason knippel / randy dellinger
clamp
mod
by peter w.
vsv bypass mod
by brian b.
vsv mod
turbo essentials

blitz new bov kit
turbo timers
photos
hks turbo timer installation
by shaun tran / brian b.
blow-off valve photos
twin
stock bov mod
spi
boost gauge install


by randy dellinger

a-pillar
photos install 
  by steve hayes 
a-pillar
photos
bpu+
   (basic performance upgrades plus)

adjustable
cam gears install
   by
brian b.

adjustable
cam gears photos
hks
fmic type-s photos
   by dusty / dan w. /
hesham o.
greddy
fmic install photos(for stock turbos)
by andi b.
bpu++
   (basic performance upgrades plus plus)
fuel
control photos – (afc,sfc,vpc/gcc & more)
 
greddy
e-manage fuel controller install
   by steve v. & mohd a.
apexi
afc install instructions

by steve v. & robert s.

apex’i
itc installation

by robert s.

nos
install photos
apu    (advanced performance upgrades)
 
greddy
e-manage fuel controller install
  fuel
pumps testing
   by david henry
fuel
control(afc,sfc,vpc/gcc & more)
apexi
afc install instructions

by steve v. & robert s.

apex’i
itc install instructions
by robert s.
rps
turbo kit photos & install
rps
turbo kit photos
hks gt
intercooler install photos

by willie yee
hks t04r
install photos

by willie yee
hks
twin turbo install photos
by reg riemer & benjamin
treynor
hks single turbo install photos
by reg riemer
vpc install instructions
by nick p. & alan stanek
fuel system upgrade with 720 injectors
by nick p.
other
mods
/ photos
the following articles cover general
modifications to the mkiv supra.

4-Gauge Alternator Lead 
  by Alex G.

easy/inexpensive camera
mount 
  by larry bryant

racelogic traction control installation
  
by derek w.
fuel
bypass line mod

auto to 6spd transmission
conversion
   by mohd a.


trd twin clutch install 
translated



  
by
akira o.
& melvin peoples
fmic
/ radiator panel pics & install

egr
mod’s
removing
trac butterfly
euro
lights electronic beam adjustment
   by dimitri keramidas
fog
light mod
   by doug moore
blitz
power id installation instructions
(excel, 77kb)  
by scott h.
stillway
shifter installation instructions
  
by chris romano
stock fan mod  
by alan stanek
oil
pressure sensor mod
   by
mani
j.
indiglo
gauge Install
   by larry m.
polishing/cleaning
the headlights
   by huy vu,
peter shieh, daniel cabuco
european
hood scoop install
   by ron
lmbertson & piotr kapiszewski
bd
short shifter photos
  
by peter w. & george datuashvili
doluck
floor bruce photos
   by nils
fluidyne
radiator photos & catalog scan
   by jeff hood
ettc
mod
   by jeff l.
trd stainless steel brake lines
kit Install 
 
by brian b.
veilside
6spd shift knob photos
  by dave m.
cusco
front & rear strut brace photos / install
custom built front grill   by todd rafferty & mark josewski
trd
strut brace installation photos & translated instructions
   by kirk
na supra direct port nos setup
photos
   by dan wilson
true twin turbo conversion
(ttc) mod
   by randy dellinger
12 volt fuel pump mod   by bryce danna & brian b.
ebv mod   by noel samuel & jason knippel
trac mod
& speedlimiter mod
front brake cooling ducts
mod
   by randy dellinger
documented / recorded mechanical problems
click here to download the infamous ‘death whine’, the sound caused by failure of the 2nd turbo,
or in few cases 1st turbo too (1mb, .wav format),  also here
on a video.(0.14mb, .wmv format)
problem solvers

trac off light + mil +
cruise control dropouts + no abs lamp
   by john cribb


OBDII Code Eliminator after Removing VSV’s 


by Tom Cardone & Al Stanek

smoking
burnt oil on start up? valve stem seal replacement on ’93-’98 toyota supra
turbo
need
to reset your ecu?
failed
lamp sensor fix
   by john cribb
oxygen
sensor simulator (for 96-98)
   by george
datuashvili
need
a cup holder?
front
end popping noise cure
  
by trevor f.
srs airbag light on or flashing?   by randy dellinger
rear hatch rattle
fix
   by mark josewski
targa top rattle fix  
by mark josewski
other info

Fuel Pump Upgrade Guide  
by  Jeff Lucius
tint removal  
by aaron rountree

techtom obd1 reader

6-spd ratio info, v160 & v161

(excel, 75kb)


  by lance w.

valve
stem seal replacement on ’93-’98 toyota supra turbo
   by
phil panas

coolant flush
  by john cribb

how
to replace spark plugs on supra twin turbo

how
to replace spark plugs on supra na
read your spark plugs
suspension
spring rates
rear
wheel bearing replacement
   by
chris bergemann
clutch
installation(6-spd)
   by
chris bergemann
lance
alignment
   by lance
w.
jeff
h. advice on brake pads
   by jeff h.
read
your supra vin number
   by chris miller
6spd/luk
dual-mass flywheel

getrag
final
answer about redLine d-4 question for the 6-spd transmission
6spd(v160)
tranny repair
   by carey morris
6–spd
spec’s
6-spd
v161 article
supra
alignment tech
   by ben lew
valentine
one user programmable features
   by valentine1.com
obd-I
engine
diagnostic
codes 
  by carey morris
obd-II
engine diagnostic codes
how
to dyno a supra tt
   by jason knippel
supra
microfiche


drag racing basics 
  by mark josewski


Removal of the Trac Pump & Trac Actuator 
manual resource


greddy fmic install
manual
 
by jonathan
w.
93-95 repair


manual

hks afr

manual

hks
type-1 turbo timer –
manual
tein
coilover –
manual
philip
long 2-step rev limiter install & tuning  –
manual
blitz
sbc-id manual –
manual
greddy
oil filter relocation kit photos –
manual
field’s sfc
manual
hks
evc ez
manual
hks
fmic type-s
manual
hks
bov install sheet
manual
hks
triple clutch –
manual
hks
hard pipes kit 

manual  by brian
b.
greddy
profec-b
manual
greddy
oil pressure gauge
manual
greddy
52mm boost gauge
manual
greddy
egt install

manual
greddy
turbo timer

manual
keyless
entry



manual
manual
keyless entry
programing
   by bryce danna   by bryce danna
96-97
keyless entry install
manual
1997
rs3000 security system install


manual

P
arts
Photos
catalogs
calculations
tech article links
All You Ever Wanted  to Know About 
NGK
Plugs!

Hks twin turbo install photos

HKS TWIN TURBO
KIT


Photos by Power House

Click
Here

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Photos by Reg Riemer

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Photos by Benjamin
Treynor

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Hks single turbo install photos

HKS TURBO KIT

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Vpc install instructions

HKS VPC Install Instructions

How
to Hard Wire the HKS VPC?

 

Note:

This tech tip focuses on the basic install of the vpc & not tuning.

Tools/Parts
Required

:
Phillips screwdriver, sildenafil 12mm socket wrench, Needle nose
pliers, 10mm & 12mm flat wrench, Some zip ties, a small T, & a razor.

Steps

:

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Here is everything that comes w/ the VPC – spent $950 w/
single turbo prom.
The stock MAF (Mass Air Flow) Sensor will be removed. Put
electrical
tape on the connector for the MAF & secure it
somewhere. It will no longer
be used. If you dont know where the MAF is, then you shouldnt be doing this mod!

 

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You need to remove the scuff plate on the passengers side,
one black
snap (on the scuff plate), two phillips head snaps holding
the carpet down
on the kickboard. Remove the kickboard using a 12 socket
(2) 12mm nuts.

 

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Disconnect the wiring
from the ecu, plug the vpc harness in…cake

 

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This is the vpc temperature probe

 

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This is the stock gas filter, we need to remove it &
place the
temp probe here – its right next/below to the turbo
pressure sensor

 

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Here is the stock gas filter removed from the intake
manifold

 

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This fitting replaces the gas filter. Screws right in w/ no
problems.
See the vaccum hose next to the fitting – this vaccum hose
will be
disconnected, pull the hose from under the intake manifold,
it will
later be used in a T

 

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Now screw in the temp probe

 

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The vaccum hose that used to be on the temp probe is out of
the picture, the nipple next to the temp probe will go to a
T
explained in the pic below. The other end is explained in
the
pic after the next.

 

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The vaccum hose from the power steering is disconnected,
  this is
where our pressure sensor will be plumbed to. The power
steering
vaccum hose (just disconnected from the nipple on the
intake manifold)
will go to a T. The other end of the T will be run up the
intake  manifold
to the white T pictured earlier. Remember the hose we
disconnected next
to the temperature sensor? This hose is connected to the
3rd part of the T

 

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Here is a closeup of the vaccum hoses by the temp sensor.
Your vaccum hoses to the left of the T may have a different
arrangement because my EVC pressure sensor & HKS BOV
are plumbed to the stock T (far left) – so if your setup
looks
different left of the white T – dont worry about it.

 

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Here is the turbo pressure sensor connected to where the
power steering
vaccum previously resided (yellow hose). See the T? The
hose pointing
left is the power steering vaccum hose, the blue hose
pointing up is going
to the white T pictured  earlier. The black vaccum
hose pointing down
is the hose off the nipple next to the temp probe. Did that
make sense?
Read it a couple times slowly 🙂
 

 


How
to Hard Wire the HKS VPC


*The
1200 ohm resistor can be also connected from the MAF harness, much easier to
install that way.


VPC unit
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Inside look
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Dip Switches for the MKIV
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VPC Prom for auto (AT), Stock
injectors
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Fuel system upgrade with 720 injectors

Fuel System Upgrade
Instructions

Big Thanks to Bryce Danna & Bruce St.
John

 

Ok, so I decided to go with a single turbo setup….now my
worry at the time was fuel…..I dont want to ever worry about running out, so I’ve
decided to upgrade the whole fuel system in my Supra.

Disclaimer: This page is for information purposes only, by viewing this web page you
agree that I am no way responsible for you screwing up your car!

Note:
This tech tip focuses on the basic install fuel system upgrade instructions.

Tools required

: You will need a good set of tools, mostly you
will be using 10, 12, & 14mm sockets & flat wrenches, screw drivers (phillips
& flat), hammer, etc, etc

 

Steps

:

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Here is everything you need for this bad ass
fuel system

  • (6) 720 cc injectors
  • HKS Fuel Rail
  • Paxton Inline fuel filter for turbo cars
  • Paxton Kamakaze 750 Fuel pump
  • 4ft of -10 AN highpressure hose
  • 15ft of -6 AN highpressure hose
  • (2) -6 X -6 X -6 AN T’s
  • Paxton Fuel Pressure Regulator w/ gauge
  • HKS VPC (prom for 720cc injectors) – look at my page for
    instructions on this
  • Lots of patience if your going to do this yourself!!
  • If you have the Toyota Supra repair manual,
    that will help alot too!

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For any bolts you cant break loose, definetly
get a can of this stuff….

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Your also going to have to jack the car up on
all 4’s….or get it on a lift….

Here is an over view of the installation….

 

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Here is how this is going to work,

We are going to drill a hole in the bottom of
the tank & run a -10 to the fuel filter….

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From the filter we run a -10 to the fuel
pump….

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Now picture the rail with 1 1/2ft of -6 from
one end of the rail to the other….

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On this loop we are going to have TWO T’s (-6
X -6 X -6)

On one T is going to be the -6 feed from the
pump,

on the other T is going to be the FPR (fuel
pressure regulator),

From the bottom of the FPR we run a -6 to the
tank for our fuel return….

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Rps turbo kit photos & install

RPS Turbo Kit install on 94 MKIV
By Kevin Goroway

[ SP-60 Kit ]

RPS Kit as supplied by Sound Performance
Note: The
dollar bill didn’t come with the kit… it’s there for size reference. 🙂


Here’s a shot of the HKS manifold just
for comparison.

Turbos Off

Plug the water
line seen in the next picture. You may want to tie this whole assembly back as
close to the firewall as possible. Otherwise, the lower hose is dangerously
close to the downpipe when its all finished.

This next shot
shows the upper radiator pipe which I took off and had modified. There are
normally two nipples for water hoses here. They are right smack in the way of
the intake to the turbo. This is a very common problem with the RPS header. It
cost me a whole $40 at a local place. Finding someone who would weld aluminum
wasn’t easy, though.

Connect the oil
return line here:

Connect the oil
feed line here:

Plug the rear oil feed line
here:

Now came the hard part. I tried the
header, and it didn’t fit. It became clear that at least one of the bolt holes
didn’t line up. I’ve since found out that this is common with the RPS header.
You can see Mark, and Roberto trying to solve the problem with my dremel. We
quickly determined that gasoline powered cars would no longer be legal by the
time we would finish it this way… A Home Depot run later, I was the proud
owner of a 1/2 inch drill, and a bit one size bigger than the hole that RPS gave
me. Roberto muscled his way through the one hole that seemed to be the problem.
And, luckily, we were able to get it to clear all of the bolts. Caution: If you
need to do this, be very very careful. It takes quite a bit of force, and the
collectors are very close to the other side of the hole you are
drilling…

Here’s Roberto fiddling with the lower
back bolt. Because of the turn in that rear collector, the bolt basically has to
be threaded on as the header is pushed on…What a PITA.

It’s on! And the EGT probe is
mounted.

It was about now that we realized
that the kit was missing the bolts to connect the oil return line to the turbo.
It was also missing the long bolt for the sorta built-in clamp that is part of
the wastegate/downpipe. A quick run to the hardware store, and you can see it in
the second pic here. Downpipe, and Turbo installed.

Connect the oil feed line, and the oil
return line. Bolt in the primary O2 sensor. And the turbo is done. There is one
more radiator hose to plug. You can see it in the second picture above. It’s the
one right behind the water pump. You may also notice in the first of the two
pics above that my (black) upper intercooler pipe (part of the XS intercooler)
will certainly need to be cut. So, I went and bought one of these. 🙂 I didn’t
want to worry about shavings that would be caused by using a hacksaw, or
anything similar. This pipe cutter was perfect.

It was after this upper intercooler
pipe/blow-off valve combination was installed that I realized I was going to
have to tap into the pipe and install a fitting for a pressure source… I
needed this pressure source for my boost-controller/waste-gate. I wanted the tap
to look neat, so it’s under the pipe, where the blow-off valve is welded
on.
Next was the intake. Notice that I have capped the port in the intake.
This is supposed to take a hose from the port on top of the valve cover, as seen
here . But that will lead to oil in the intake track. Better
to just put a small breather up there.

Here’s a few shots of the inside of
the car. Next to the TRAC button you can see a switch I made for my
two-step.

This is where
the Apexi boost meter is tied up.

Here’s Henri
under the car tieing up my mid-pipe so I can drive the car to an exhaust shop
(loudly) to get a downpipe made for the new turbo.

 

 

Hks gt intercooler install photos


HKS GT
INTERCOOLER(IC) INSTALL PHOTOS


HKS GT IC(BACK) vs. APEXI
IC(FRONT)

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APEXI IC ready to come off

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HKS GT IC

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HKS new power steering cooler

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Coolant reservoir tank
relocation kit

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IC mounting brackets

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Hks t04r install photos

HKS T04R
Install Photos

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Hks gt intercooler install photos


HKS GT
INTERCOOLER(IC) INSTALL PHOTOS


HKS GT IC(BACK) vs. APEXI
IC(FRONT)

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APEXI IC ready to come off

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HKS GT IC

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HKS new power steering cooler

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Coolant reservoir tank
relocation kit

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IC mounting brackets

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Fuel pumps testing

Fuel Pumps
Testing 

 

This is a chart showing the
result of the fuel pump tests
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Also
chart available in .PDF format

 

Here is a shot of the dual
Walbro pumps mounted on the intank
hangar.  You can see the tee where the two pumps come together, and the
braided line from the tee going to the stock pump outlet.
DualPumps.jpg (142820 bytes)

Different view
“DualPumps”.
DualPumps2.jpg (135516 bytes)

A shot of the top of the fuel
pump access hatch showing the banjo
fitting and -6an line going to the rail.
FPaccess.jpg (151622 bytes)

Dual Walbro pumps (note small
pump size), Stock MKIII pump (same
size as MKIV pump), and Python pump (unpainted).  The Python pump was
pathetic,  I didn’t even include it on the flow chart.
Pumps.jpg (130181 bytes)

Different view of
“Pumps”
Pumps2.jpg (151054 bytes)

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