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Thread: From NA to NA-T SUPRA

  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by sparkles View Post
    5x114 I assume?
    Yes, mk4 require an almost 30+ offset and If I can remember right these are +20 or 25 all the way around, my cars previous owner did a pretty awful job rolling the fenders and if I hit a bump just right down the hwy the rear rubs a bit.

    ~Nick~

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    Nice looking car. Excessive in SD is awesome. They do a lot for 9secsnake. They have messed with my car too. Can't say enough good things about them.

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    cool build! what city are you in?
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    Does the NA supra have the same rear end and suspension as the turbo model?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stangvortech View Post
    cool build! what city are you in?
    Im located in Oskaloosa, about 60mi south east of Des Moines

    Quote Originally Posted by AutoMods View Post
    Does the NA supra have the same rear end and suspension as the turbo model?
    Negative, Im currently on an open diff but will swapping the rearend to an auto TRD LSD which is straight bolt on and inexpensive. As for suspension they are similar but different. As with mine I am getting the koni adjust shocks and Eibach spring kit here soon so then it will be better than factory tt suspension

    ~Nick~

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    Koni adjustables? For the hole shot?

    Ponies trot...Birds fly
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  7. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by sparkles View Post
    Koni adjustables? For the hole shot?
    Haha set my self up for that one.

    ~Nick~

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    saves a few pounds if I remember right.

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    Good looking mkiv dude. I grew up on 1st ave E in osky and thought I saw your car parked while visiting a while ago. Can't wait to see numbers.
    1997 Audi A4, bolt ons

  10. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by jssteinke View Post
    Good looking mkiv dude. I grew up on 1st ave E in osky and thought I saw your car parked while visiting a while ago. Can't wait to see numbers.
    Thanks, yeah more than likely, I'm quite sure I have the only red Supra or Supra for that matter around Oskaloosa.

    ~Nick~

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