Your Weekly Boost 🏎️💨: 1995 Toyota Supra

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AMBASSADOR RIDE THE WEEK

1995 Toyota Supra
owned by Uberslow

DRIVER BIO: “Just moved to Syracuse, NY from Phoenix, AZ.”

VEHICLE BIO: “Last dyno in 2012: 908rwhp 702ft-lbs tq @ 31psi (medium boost) on E85. I have not dynoed it since then and have upgraded a lot of stuff since 2012. Next dyno tune I’ll be pushing over 40psi.”

LAST ACTIVE IN: New York

FOR SALE STATUS: Not Happening

COLOR: Lamborghini Balloon White

ENGINE TYPE: Fully built 2JZGTE

MILEAGE: 72,000

UPGRADES: Custom 4-row intercooler, Boost Logic manifold, HKS cam gears, custom paint, coilovers, Exedy triple disk clutch, Sparco harness bar, Seibon CF hood, Brembo big brake kit, Virtual Works intake manifold, R1 bushings, TRD diff, Euro glass headlights, Koyo radiator, HKS 280 cams, Volk Racing SF Challenge with Mickey Thompsons, GT45 76mm turbos, Tial wastegates, Tial BOVs, Fuel system to support 1400rwhp, fully built block and heads, custom interior with Sparco seats, custom sound system, RMM throttle body, custom 4′ turbo back exhaust, ProEFI engine management, and an RMM wing with CF center.

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This year’s release of Toyota’s new Mk.5 Supra has caused quite the uproar among the enthusiast community. Many have argued that this new iteration falls short of fulfilling the legacy of the Supra name, but we’ll get into that debate another time. What’s important here is the car that created this legacy, the Mk.4 Supra. Its status was gained by appearances on the big screen and through dominance on the tuning scene. The build pictured above is one of the most impressive examples we have come across. Do not let the profile name fool you, this Supra is far from uber slow. It has a fully built 2JZGTE engine that puts out over 908 rwhp and 702 lb-ft of torque. This car has the power and the looks to make almost any JDM fanboy jealous. Make sure you drop Uberslow a like and a follow for making it to this week’s spot as the build of the week.

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FEATURED BUILD OF THE WEEK

2017 Ford Focus ST
owned by Trigga Trey

DRIVER BIO: “-President of Unashamed Racing
– 17′ Ford FoST Autobot Prime Owner
– Follow my crew on IG: @unashamedracing116
– Follow my personal IG: @triggatrey3116
– Difference Maker- Godly Driven Believer”

VEHICLE BIO: “This is not my first FoST. A lot of people know me from my orange ST. I have done a good amount with my new ST. Its name is Autobot Prime. I don’t care what people say about my car negatively. I do what I do to make a difference. My whole goal in life is to do things I always dreamed about achieving with Prime. Although it will take some time; I always will find something small or big to do and work towards that goal. I am not all about being the fastest, but rather being the most inspirational.”

CLUBS: Unashamed Racing, MotorCrush Arizona, and MotorCrush Brand Ambassadors

BUILD STATUS: In Progress

COLOR: Kona Blue

ENGINE TYPE: 2.0L Turbo

TRANSMISSION: Manual 6-speed

TORQUE: 285 lb-ft

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Meet MotorCrush ambassador Trigga Trey and his ride Autobot Prime. We are big fans of Trey’s build style and are excited to see him representing MotorCrush in the Arizona area. Make sure you drop him a follow so you can stay connected with his activity in the community and progress of his ST’s build.

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MOTORCRUSH TIP OF THE WEEK

Starting a club on MotorCrush can be a great way to meet new friends and get more involved in the car community. To start, head over to the clubs tab then click the orange plus icon toward the bottom right of your screen. Next, fill out your club’s details. Once completed, you’re ready to become president of your very own car club! Your first duty as commander in chief is to start inviting your friends and other users to join, then you can start scheduling cruises or meets, and begin broadcasting announcements to your club members.

 

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