|Toyota Supra. Casting in The Fast & The Furious.|
Equipped with a Twin Turbo 2JZ-GTE Engine, Bomex Body Kit, Stage 3-T-4 Turbo and a Dual Wet-Shot Nitrous-Engage, Dominic Toretto fled with it after crashing his 1970 Dodge Charger R/T, after Brian O'Conner handed his car keys to him, claiming he owed him a 10 second car. In the movie Jesse referred to spending $10,000-$15,000 on this car. In reality there was over $50,000 dollars invested in the Supra.
The Fast and the Furious
The 1994 Toyota Supra was Brian's second car in The Fast and the Furious. He obtained it when his Eclipse was destroyed by Johnny Tran. When he first obtains the vehicle, it appears to be just an old rusted Supra that they got from a junk yard, after closer inspection they found that most of the car was in relatively good condition and would be worth restoring. Dominic Toretto spends about $10,000-$15,000 on restoring the engine itself. A very unique vehicle considering it's Lamborghini DiablCandy pearl orange paint and unique vinyl. After a complete overhaul of the vehicle it has 544 bhp @ 6800rpm's, easily able to beat a Ferrari, during a, would-be, test run. It is later seen being driven by Brian O' Conner at Race Wars, but, seemingly, did not take part in any races. Brian and Mia use the Supra to rescue Vince from the semi-truck in the desert. Returning to Los Angeles and confronting Dominic, Brian uses the car to chase down Johnny Tran and his cousin, Lance, when they do a drive by in an attempt to kill Dom, but instead kill Jesse. Brian chases them through the suburbs of Los Angeles, avoiding gunfire. Dom manages to knock Lance off his dirt bike and down a hill. Brian shoots Johnny causing him to fall off his bike, seemingly, killing him. He tells a pedestrian to call 911 and follows Dom to a red light. Dom tells Brian how he used to race there during high school. Using the rail road track down the road as a finsh line. Midway through the race, they both realize that a train coming. Right as the train passes they dodge it with only a few inches between them and the train. Just as everything is calm a semi-truck comes out of a corner causing Dom to crash into it. It sends his 1970 Dodge Charger flying in the air, apparently totaling it. Brian then gets out of the car and runs to Dom. He helps Dom out of the car, relatively unscathed, escaping with only a few cuts and a broken arm. They hear sirens in the distance. Brian looks at Dom with pity, knowing that he will be sent back to prison for his crimes. He gives him the keys to his Supra, repaying his debt. Dom shakes his head and drives off into the distance.
It is unknown what happened to the Supra after this, however, In the short film "Turbo-Charged Prelude," it is implied that Dom had abandoned the vehicle, when Brian is in a Texas diner and sees the newspaper headline "Vehicle Found Abandoned". Considering how Dominic would have crossed into Mexico through California instead of Texas, this is most likely another vehicle all together. Either way, in the first movie post-credits scene, Dom is shown driving the Chevrolet Chevelle SS, implying that he no longer had the Supra.
Parts and PerformanceEdit
The 1994 Toyota Supra featured in the film featured a twin-turbocharged 2,997 cc (2.997 L; 182.9 cu in) Toyota 2JZ-GTE I6 capable of producing 320 bhp and 315 lb.ft backed by a 6 speed V16x manual transmission. After heavy modification it produced 544 bhp @ 6800 revolutions per minute. Parts added to the car, including it's body kit and all performance upgrades are as
Turbonetics T-66 ball bearing turbo, Q-trim compressor, built by Performance Factory, Turbonetics Delta II Wastegate, RPS Stainless steel/HTC coated custom header, 100 HP Nitrous Oxide System, by NOS, AEBS TurbDownpipe, Greddy front mount intercooler, Greddy Power Extreme exhaust system, Greddy Pro-Fec B Boost Controller, Greddy Power Pulleys, Greddy Oil Cooler Kit, Greddy TurbTimer, Greddy Boost, EGT, Oil Pressure and Water Temp gauges, Greddy Airinx Intake, Greddy steering wheel-mounted boost remote control device, Greddy Cam Gears, APEXi Blowoff valve, HKS Vein Pressure Converter,HKS Graphic Control Computer, HKS Injector Pulse Mo11 lb. Billet Flywheel, Powerhouse Racing ported/polished throttle body (traction d, fuse cover, relay cover, cruise control cover, ignition module cover and all brackets
Lamborghini DiablCandy Pearl Orange Paint, Bomex Front spoiler, Bomex side/rear skirts, TRD Composite Hood, 1997 front turn signal updates, 1997 headlight updates, Underhood neon lighting system, HID Xenon gas headlight conversion, APR Aluminum bi-plane rear wing, Custom Troy Lee Graphics by Modern Image
Yokohama AVS S1 285/30 and 255/35 R19
Dazz/Racing Hart M5 Tuners, 19 incher’s
Stillen/AP Racing 14” front racing brakes, 6 piston caliper, w/slotted/drilled rotors
Gertrag Six-Speed gearbox with Stillway sequential adapter
Bilstein/Eibach coil-over suspension, Stillen sway bars, CuscFront strut tower bar, Energy Suspension urethane bushings all around
Stitchcraft Viper blue suede upholstery, Sparco “Pista” Racing seats (15 lbs.), custom matching fabric w/harness holes, Carbon-fiber dashtrim by Trimmasters, AutMeter 5” Monster Tach, AutMeter “NOS ON” and “LOW OIL” warning lights, G-Tech PrAccelerometer, MFS Custom built roll cage, chromed, SparcSteering Wheel, SparcHarnesses,
In Car Electronics:
Clarion VRX8271 in dash TV/CD Changer controller, remote controlled, Clarion VMA6481 6” wide screen 2nd TV monitor in passenger airbag, Clarion VMA9181 5.5” 3rd TV monitor in trunk area, Clarion DSP9300 Digital Sound Processor, parametric EQ/Surround sound, Clarion CDC 635 CD Changer, Clarion SRS 1691 6 1” separates, Image Dynamics 6” separates, 2 Image Dynamics 12” woofers, 2 Phaze AudiTD1500 Tube Driver amplifiers, 1 Phaze AudiTD475 Tube Driver amplifier, Sony PlayStation 1, Sony PlayStation 2/DVD, Custom built electric-blue neon tubes for sound system back-lighting, Minolta 6450 VHS-C Camcorder, System design
Source : http://fastandfurious.wikia.com/wiki/Toyota_Supra
I like your style of writing. You break it down nicely. Very informative post. Keep up the good work.ReplyDelete
I never knew about Dom supposedly abandoning the Supra. It would be cool if in Furious 8 Dom recreates the SupraReplyDelete
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