so i’m still obsessed…

…after all these years, with Supras and Top Secret. I posted a look back about the TS R33 last week, and I just had to toss this one on here. I mean, who could forget about this??

Top Secret’s GT300 inspired JZA80 had an unheard of for a street car 3sgte swap…

…which some claimed blasphemy, while others saw the benefit it gained from experiences in GT300. This setup allowed the motor to be pushed far back against the firewall, and the radiator flat in the bay.

Top Secret used this car for several high speed runs, most notably the 300km/h in New Zealand.

I don’t recall where these pics were from, but I think it was from Super Street.

Here some info on this legend.

Vehicle: ’98 Top Secret GT-300 Toyota Supra
Engine: Toyota 3S-GTE four-cylinder, 2.2-litres
Induction: Trust T88 34D turbocharger, 100mm Veilside throttle-body, custom intake manifold/ plenum chamber, Trust type C external wastegate, Trust Profec B EBC, max 1.8bar boost (26psi), Trust three-row air-to-air intercooler, four auxiliary injectors
Internals: Top Secret ported head, HKS metal head gasket, HKS grind cams, HKS adjustable pulleys, heavy duty cam belt, Garage Fukui stroker crank, Garage Fukui stroker rods, Garage Fukui 2.2-litre pistons
Ignition: HKS F-CON V Pro ECU piggy-back
Exhaust: Top Secret custom-made 50mm tube manifold, Top Secret Titan Pro 100 four-inch exhaust system
Gearbox: Getrag six-speed H-pattern
Differential: TRD LSD
Clutch: OS Giken triple plate
Brakes: 355mm Trust rotors, Alcon four-piston calipers
Wheels & Tires
Front & Rear: (f) 19×9.5 Rays Volk TE85, 255/35 Yokohama Advan Neovas, (r) 19×10.5 Rays Volk TE85, 275/35 Yokohama Advan Neovas
Power Output: 530kW or 720PS @ 8500rpm
Specs pulled from Top Secret.
I’ve got several pics, but this last photo was probably when she was in Europe.
I wonder where she is now…?


2 Comments Add yours

  1. GiuseppeAE86 says:

    Gosh i wish i could owe a Supra.

  2. mrcid says:

    You could, but it’ll be stock for a looong time. Mods for them are just so damned expensive. Hell, even buying one is a lot to begin with.

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