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Ohk so ive got insurance sorted now, just to remind use i have a standard 1994 supra non turbo. anyone have and idea what the engine power out put is like how many kW. i no crap all about cars so yeh and ive surfed the net couldnt find much.

thanks John

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a naturally aspirated 2JZ-GE producing 220 hp @5800 rpm (164 kW) and 210 ft·lbf @4800 rpm (285 N·m) of torque

C'mon dude, show some initiative! Just curious though - what you need the info for? If you dont understand cars etc, will you understand the info above?

W I K I P E D I A --> your source for suspect information

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toyota_Supra

Another one that might be helpful:

http://autos.msn.com/research/vip/Spec_Gla...a&trimid=-1

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a realatively stock jza80 non turbo will be putting out abotu 125-135rwkw

hey ur from supra forums! eldero is here too? i jsut found this site like 2 days ago lolz

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a naturally aspirated 2JZ-GE producing 220 hp @5800 rpm (164 kW) and 210 ft·lbf @4800 rpm (285 N·m) of torque

C'mon dude, show some initiative! Just curious though - what you need the info for? If you dont understand cars etc, will you understand the info above?

W I K I P E D I A --> your source for suspect information

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toyota_Supra

Another one that might be helpful:

http://autos.msn.com/research/vip/Spec_Gla...a&trimid=-1

Serious? my N/A 2JZ-GE produces 190 hp max. how could that be?

looks like i have to drop a GTE block in mine hehe

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Serious? my N/A 2JZ-GE produces 190 hp max. how could that be?

looks like i have to drop a GTE block in mine hehe

There are various versions of the 2JZ, some with VVTi, some without, etc etc. Plus it depends on whether it was an import or locally sold version, tuned for Australian fuel, measuring standards (SAE, JIS, SI etc)

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