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OK guys, I am now in charge of keeping track of and updating the statistics for the naturally aspirated crowd. This is a work in progress!

UPDATED 11/5/2016


Please follow this simple format to submit your info to be added:
Your name
Your cars year
Engine
Transmission
Dynograph and/or Timeslip (1/4 mile only please)




5MGE

DYNO
NAME---TRANNY---CAR YEAR---DYNO #S---DYNO TYPE---DYNO GRAPH
JT -- MT -- 1984 --215/225
Carlos Brown -- MT -- 1985 -- 193/169
Havard Bergas -- MT -- 1984 -- 168/175
tdream -- MT --1985 -- 155/162
RaptorRacing -- MT -- 1984 -- 155/155
Revvhappy -- MT --1985 -- 151/159
SupraFiend -- MT -- 1985 -- 151/151
Wesley Hetrick -- MT -- 1985 -- 147/152
Tanya Rose -- MT -- 1985 -- 144/142
kmfdmk -- MT -- 1985 -- 143/136
drjim -- MT -- 1985 --141/161 (mustang dyno)
supra toy -- MT -- 1985 -- 135/143
Supra_Devil -- MT -- 1982 -- 130/143
CanadianPsyco -- MT -- 1982 -- 116/116


DRAGS
NAME---TRANNY---CAR YEAR---TIME---SLIP---
Austin E -- MT -- 1985 -- 14.30 @ 97mph
Damon Saul -- MT -- 1982 -- 14.6 @ 94.0mph
LnumbP -- MT -- 1985 14.78 @ 93.53mph *Damon driving
Dean Anderson -- MT -- 1982 -- 15.048 @ 92.4 mph
Frank Chung -- MT -- 1985 -- 15.535 @ 88.7 mph
Wesley Hetrick -- MT -- 1985 -- 15.539 @ 88.9 mph
RaptorRacing -- MT -- 1984 -- 15.865 @ 86.56 mph
Dean Anderson -- MT -- 1983 -- 16.100 @ 84.3 mph -
Supra_Toy --MT -- 1985 -- 16.388 @ 82.5 mph --
Eric BergM --MT -- 1986 --16.389 @ 84.2 mph --
ddd228 -- AT -- 1984 -- 17.34 @ 83.07






6MGE


DYNO
NAME---TRANNY---CAR YEAR---DYNO #S---DYNO TYPE---DYNO GRAPH
Sean Chung -- MT --1985 -- 189/200
SupraFiend -- MT -- 1986 184/188
Aaron Ingles -- MT -- 1985 -- 171/162
Tanya Rose -- MT-- 1985 -- 168/180
Damon Saul -- MT -- 1985 -- 167/174
MKIISupraman -- MT-- 1982 -- 158/168
Donnie Spears -- MT-- 1985 -- 155/166





DRAGS
NAME---TRANNY---CAR YEAR---TIME---SLIP---
Damon Saul -- MT -- 1985 -- 14.0 @ 97mph
Eurosupra1 -- MT -- 1984 -- 14.783 @ 93.6 mph
Graham Haring -- MT -- 1985 --15.417 @ 89.9 mph
Tanya Rose* -- MT -- 1985 -- 15.54 @ 87.9mph *Aaron Garney driving
Zankone -- MT -- 1984 -- 16.032 @ 85.6 mph
HCogeHC -- MT -- 1985 -- 16.668 @83.4 mph



7MGE
DYNO
NAME---TRANNY---CAR YEAR---DYNO #S---DYNO TYPE---DYNO GRAPH
Tire Shredder -- MT -- 1984 -- 189/199

DRAGS
NAME---TRANNY---CAR YEAR---TIME---SLIP---
Johnathan Stone -- MT -- 1984 -- 14.787 @ 93.29mph
Cartman -- MT -- 1984 -- 14.804 @ 92.5 mph
Tire Shredder -- MT -- 1984 -- 14.85 @ 93.75 mph


2JZGE

NAME---TRANNY---CAR YEAR---DYNO #S---DYNO TYPE---DYNO GRAPH



1UZFE
NAME---TRANNY---CAR YEAR---DYNO #S---DYNO TYPE--DYNO GRAPH
 

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I think it really great that you took charge of this Tanya.
I'm not sure how I should go about all this - I've had atleast 3 or 4 MKII's in the 14's and a few going low 15's, as well as my black PP MKI. I have about 700-800+ timeslips total - unfortunately, they are not organized that well, but LMK - I'm sure I can find them... I'll just post up the best of my 5M and 6M results...

damon-turboMKI
'82 L
5M-GE
5spd
14.6 @ 94.0mph

'85 P
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5spd
14.0 @ 97


'85 P
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5spd
167rwhp/ 174tq


'81 PP MKI
5-ME
5spd
15.3 @ 92.0
121rwhp/ 147tq
 

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...can I make a suggestion?

For their times/dyno's to be counted, they must be uploaded to your celicasupra.com photo gallery, so as to assure they don't "disappear". ...that was the main downfall of the last one, is wes simply hotlinked their photos, and going down through there trying to see dyno graphs of different setups, half of them were no longer hosted in the same spot.

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Thanks Damon! I'll update you as soon as I can, been pretty busy lately, which is why the links to slips/sheets aren't up yet.


Billy, while that is a good idea, it might be difficult to get everyone to cooperate on that. I'm going to have to find another way to keep these links together...
 

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Um. I don't have access to my pc right now (yet again), so no, I cannot do that.

I'll probably have to make a separate PB account for this purpose.
 

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Damon, any more info on the 82 and 85? What was the car set-up? Gutted? Those are very impressive times for N/A.
 

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Damon is who gave me the faith that it was plausible to get a NA mk2 into the high 13s, a long time ago. Just need a damn good driver, 180whp, and some extra baggage removed LOL. His 6MGE car dyno'd similar to mine and ran 14 flat, so that is pretty hopeful.
 

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Damon, any more info on the 82 and 85? What was the car set-up? Gutted? Those are very impressive times for N/A.
Sure thing. The '82 was my original supra that I got back in '93; a silver "L" 5spd hardtop. It had a low mileage JDM 5M (but still had the original '82 intake on it and such), and was mostly full weight - had the A/C, cruise and the spare removed - but other than that, it was complete - it weighed 2720lbs. Major mods were tri-mill header directly to a custom 2.25" exhaust, MSDS intake (cone), lightened stock flywheel, 4.30 lsd, NGK wires, bumped up timing, adjusted AFM and thats about it... I started off w/ that going 15.4's and eventually got it down to consistant 14.6-14.7s all day long.

The '85 was a 2 tone "P" 5spd sunroof car. I had that car going low 15's near stock (15.3 IIRC) - car ran really strong. Just added a trimill, K&N, MSD wires, and the lightened flywheel and it then went 14.8 - but it still had the full stock catback and converter on it yet. I then stuck the motor from the '82 in it, then added guide cams and it went 14.7s (those cams suck). After that, I started stripping the car down - had alot of the interior out and such - eventually having the car stripped down to just what was essentual (upper dash pad, steering wheel, both front seats, front wipers, lights and the motor). By the end, it weighed 2570lbs. Somewhere in there I put a tired 6M in there w/ the basic mods I had (the header and exhaust, etc...). It went 14.4 first time out, and then I slowly got it down to a best of 14.002 @ 97.XX mph (havent seen that slip in a while though - thats why I just posted up the other ones).

I've said before - I have tons of track time - I used to go 2-8X a month, and we probalby have 4 of the best tracks around w/ in 45 min-1.5 hrs - one being just 16ft above sea level. I could pull 1.8 60' times on street tires or about the same on DOT slicks (majority of my runs were all on 185-60-14 potenzas on my rikken rims).

Damon is who gave me the faith that it was plausible to get a NA mk2 into the high 13s, a long time ago. Just need a damn good driver, 180whp, and some extra baggage removed LOL. His 6MGE car dyno'd similar to mine and ran 14 flat, so that is pretty hopeful.
Thanx Tanya! You built yourself a pretty sweet MKII - from what I've seen of it, there isnt any reason that it shouldnt be in the same ball park - my 6M was tired (you can see it drops off quickly after 5.5K).
 

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Billy, while that is a good idea, it might be difficult to get everyone to cooperate on that. I'm going to have to find another way to keep these links together...
Put them in your own hosting account, or cs gallery would be the way to go.
 

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I'm trying to make this slightly easier on myself, but I guess no one gets that, LOL

Using cs.com gallery isn't the easiest route... I would like to upload a lot of files at one time and not take hours to do this.

The thread now is going off track, Thanks guys but I will figure this out.
 

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Why do we have two lists now? Can we just do it all in one? Its not like there is that much new info coming out.
 

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I approved this with Mike already. Now I know why people wanted the other thread to get locked, due to off-topicness.........:rolleyes:


I'd really want to keep this thread for people who want talk about the dynos and drag #s, and setups and such. Nothing else PLEASE.
 

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My old P-type (before turbo) ran 14.9 @ 91ish and the black P-type ran 15.3 at 90ish, but I don't want that documented till I find slips.

As for hosting the images, I can host them on my Pbase if you need somewhere for everyone to keep their's. They could email the images, I'll upload them, and you could position the links, or one link (for the slips gallery), for the scans.
 

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pretty cool to see all this stuff documented in one thread. the only thing that i think would be cool to go along with this would be a list of mods done to the motor so those reading can see what others have done to achieve these impressive numbers. also, what rear is in the cars to go along with the tranny. that can make a difference in numbers.
 

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Your name: ANR
Your cars year: 1984
Engine: 5M-G
Transmission: W40
Power: 186 hp 190 ft/lb tq.

(dyno was also running ~10% off calibriation, proven. So add ~10% for actual numbers..) I'm not supposed to share this info, But I'll see if he'll let me get the graphs and post his name. Lot's off stuff that could be learned through this guy.
 

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Your name: ANR
Your cars year: 1984
Engine: 5M-G
Transmission: W40
Power: 186 hp 190 ft/lb tq.

(dyno was also running ~10% off calibriation, proven. So add ~10% for actual numbers..) I'm not supposed to share this info, But I'll see if he'll let me get the graphs and post his name. Lot's off stuff that could be learned through this guy.
Those are high freakin numbers for a 5m! Woot! w40 transmission?
 

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Hello Tanya,

Thanks for doing all this work. I had originally sent this to Wes via e-mail but realize now that I should have posted here instead. Sorry about that Wes.


My name: Damian
Car: '82 MKII, L-type
Engine: 5MGE, completely stock (& original) internally
Tranny: stock 5-speed

Mods: cold-air intake with K&N type filter, stock exhaust manifold with a 2.5" exhaust system (home built) with 2.5" cat. No spare tire or AC.

The other lane was Dean Anderson - with one of his slower runs of the day. He and his racecar kick butt!
This slip is from the August 17th, 2007 Toronto Supra Club meet - drag gathering at Cayuga (Toronto Motorsports Park).


 

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Those are high freakin numbers for a 5m! Woot! w40 transmission?
He adapted a older toyota 4 speed for last season as his car wasn't doing to well with the w58's over drive and 3.42 gears.
 
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