Turbo Supra Takes On a Yamaha R1M in a Street Race

November 13th, 2015

Turbo Supra Takes On a Yamaha R1M in a Street RaceIt hasn’t been all that many years ago that jumping on a street bike in a four-wheeler was considered absurd. With the development of today’s turbochargers, nitrous systems, and superchargers (or the combination thereof), it is nothing for a car to walk the dog on even a highly modified motorcycle. The question is: Can this Real Street built Toyota Supra get the bulge on an enhanced Yamaha R1M? Take a look at this video and find out for yourself.

The sport bike has undergone some cylinder head work. It has adjustable camshaft sprockets, an Akrapovic exhaust, and a custom tuner. It also has a lightweight rider (155-pounds) and it’s running on pump gas. The Supra has seen some drastic improvements. It has a professionally built (by real Street Performance) 3.0-liter engine with Manley internals and a Porting Solutions cylinder head. The turbocharger is a Precision GT42 7675 DBB straddling a Hypertune race intake manifold (with a 90-millimeter throttle body) and a PHR S45 billet collector exhaust manifold. An AEM V2 controller, Siemen’s 2200cc fuel injectors, and a Nitrous shot from Nitrous Express round out the field. The combination is good for over 1.000hp.

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