IN CAR PC 2JZ GTE Toyota Soarer Lexus SC300 but TwinTurbo with Touch Screen Computer
My Old SC300 Converted to a 2jzGTE, at the time it had 3 mods. FMIC, intakek, and Exhaust and it made ~200rwkw
I installed the engine myself with the help of a good friend.
I installed the In car PC and fabricated everything myself hence the average quality on the screen installation.
The setup is composed of:
8" touchscreen 1080x768
1.6Ghz Atom Processor
External 7.1 channel Surround sound card
USB GPS Module
USB 3GS modem for Internet in the car :)
2x Pioneer 800W rms subs in parallel
1x Mono block sub amp
1x 120w x4 Amp for the other speakers
17x9" AVS wheels
3" Exhaust to twin 2.5"mufflers with silencers
Front Mount Intercooler
HKS Mushroom Filter
Car is painted Celestial blue "mazda 3 colour"
Track that was playing is:
EDX - Shy Shy [Paul Harris Remix]
Toyota Soarer V8 UZZ32 Presentation Active Suspension 4WS Exhaust Interior Features
This is a quick video of my Toyota Soarer UZZ32, number 453 out of 873 ever
built (pretty rare machine). Please keep in mind this car was made in 1991,
the features on it were simply amazing for that year.
This model is also known as the Lexus SC400 in the US however it doesn't
feature most of the goodies the JDM only Soarer had. Funny enough the body
was designed in California and it was the first car to be completely
computer designed (CAD). I have to say the designers did an amazing job, it
still looks special and not so outdated.
In the video I showcase the computer controlled active hidro-pneumatic
suspension on some train track slates (notice how level the body is), show
the four wheel steering system (4WS), give you a little taste of the stock
Exhaust note of the amazing 1UZ-FE
4.0L V8 engine and also show the interior of the car and some of it's
features. At some point you'll hear some strange noises from the mirror,
that's actually the ultrasound cleaning feature. Pretty awesome, eh ?
I mostly made the video so that I can show the car to prospective buyers as
I wanted to sell it but I just couldn't bear to let it go, it's pretty
special to me.
More details soon.
Lexus SC300 exhaust sounds
Lexus SC300 Exhaust sounds
1997 Lexus SC300 2JZ-GE Blitz Nur Spec
Lexus SC300 Vibrant Exhaust
Lexus sc300 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eeg5o5b_7FI) by
Toyota Soarer (Lexus SC300) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0mQmNY9yLto) by
1jz Lexus Sc300 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5A64cGN6qd4) by
1993 Lexus sc300 Magnaflow Exhaust
Crazy looking soarer dies during burnout
Filmed at: Cruise 4 Charity http://cruise4charity.vipcruising.com
Cruise 4 Charity is an annual event started in January 2004, in Queensland,
where like minded car lovers cruise together and help raise money for
charity (all profits go to the nominated charity).
Queensland Street Car Magazine: http://qldstreetcar.com.au
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- Website: http://vipcruising.com
- Facebook: http://bit.ly/vipcruising
- Contact Us: http://vipcruising.com/contact-us
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- Community Directories - http://cdau.com.au
- Kamikaze Sites - http://Kamikazesites.com
.::OTHER EVENTS WE HAVE FILMED::.
- Raceline: http://raceline.vipcruising.com
- World time attack: http://worldtimeattack.vipcruising.com
- Jamboree: http://jamboree.vipcruising.com
- Australian International Motor Show:
- Power Cruise: http://powercruise.vipcruising.com
- Cruise 4 Charity: http://cruise4charity.vipcruising.com
Steven Donnelly - BDC - Toyota Soarer
A showcase of British Drift Championship driver: Steven Donnelly who
finished 14th out of 31 drivers in the 2012 BDC. A fantastic result for his
first year. 2013 is coming.
Shot and edited by meesmedias
Music: Machinae Supremacy - Sidology Episode 2: Trinity
Shot using: Canon 550D, Canon 5D MKII, GoPro HD Hero, GoPro HD Hero 2.
Nissan / Infiniti G37 - Prodigy One Touch-Screen Install
Step by step photo installation of a 2011 Infiniti G37 with the DIRECTUS
Prodigy One Navigation system. This is the only way to add navigation to
the factory Infiniti system. This system can be added to most Nissan
Infiniti vehicles with the color display.
Jeremy Clarkson reviews the Toyota Soarer UZZ32 Active in Old Top Gear - Lexus SC400 Coupe
This is a video review of the rare active suspension Toyota Soarer - also
known as the Lexus Sports Coupe (SC). It's from a segment on cars that are
not imported in the UK from the old Top Gear, don't know the year yet, I
will update when I find that out.
Jeremy is quite impressed with the handling of the computer controlled
hydro pneumatic suspension (A-SUS) and 4WS system (A-4WS) that gives the
car great agility and confort. He also goes through some of the cool
gadgets this car had.
Remember the UZZ32 has been launched in 1991 and only 873 were ever made so
it's quite a rare bird.
Kenwood DNX6960 boot-up screen in Lexus SC400
I changed the boot-up screen on the Kenwood DNX6960 to the "Lexus" logo.
Makes it look more OEM in the SC.
oh, and the background screen after the boot-up is an LFA tach.
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TUNING EXTREME!!! '93 LEXUS SC300 ULTRALOWRIDER by CANIBEAT
There are many platforms out there with an infinite amount of potential but
a severe lack of presence in the car scene; cars which are seemingly born
to be modified but are so rarely done that you have a better chance of
seeing Olivia Wilde ride by on a unicorn than to see a clean example of
said chassis. One of these nearly forgotten platforms is the one in front
of you now: The Lexus SC. Every time I see a clean, well-done SC, I wonder
why I don't see WAY more of them. The aggressive bodylines and simple
styling makes this one of the most aesthetically pleasing and promising
models of the last couple decades. Lexus definitely let the public down by
not releasing these from the factory with a significant drop and staggered
wheels with a deep lip. Fortunately for us, there are a few good men (and
women) out there who consider this a platform worthy of their hard earned
dollars and sometimes the results leave you salivating... Cue the pictures!
Seven years ago, Andrey Sokolov did the world a favor and bought his 1993
SC300. Previously, he had been into the function side of the automotive
world and owned a 1994 Drag/Street Camaro ("blown/stroked/meth
injected") but decided that he needed a "beater" and thus, the SC was
adopted into the family. The Camaro had seen the best possible
parts (when one broke, it was replaced with something better) due to the
desire to always go faster and
after getting his car into the low 9-second quarter-mile range, he had to
get the SC as a daily since the Chevy was more track than it was street. By
2007, he came to the realization that "for all the money spent and hard
work put into it, I never got to drive and enjoy the car" and as a result,
started parting out the Camaro.
Like many of us, he had every intention of keeping his daily driver stock
and reliable with no mechanical issues. Yea, right. He stuck to his plan
for a while but in the summer of 2010, he was rolling around on a set of
lowering springs and chrome Supra TT wheels. Andrey's favorite part of the
story starts here because it's at this point that the car began to take
shape into what it is today: something he never intended. He had major
maintenance looming ahead of him that needed to get done and so down the
car went for a good period of time. It saw a gratuitous amount of new parts
including valve guide seals, timing belt, water pump, radiator, clutch and
many more parts that were going to ensure this beauty stayed on the road
for a long time to come. While the car was out of commission, Andrey
noticed that the factory paint was looking a little less than impressive
after 17 years and decided to go with Copper Firemist basecoat with a Black
Cherry Kandy over coat. The problem then became ALL of the other things he
wanted to do to the car that he never intended on doing before. After some
slight fender pulling, shaving and OEM replacement parts from newer SC
models, the car began to take shape and just needed some interior, ice, and
shoes to complete the look.
Sure, lowering springs are great but Andrey wanted to do things right. He's
the go big or go home type (as you can see from his past Camaro build) so he made the
decision to go air, a rare modification on the older SC platform. There is
no "static vs air" debate to be had here; I literally cannot think of a
better way to pull off these SSR SP3's, especially when they are 19×9.5 et
-5 and 19×11.5 et18. The infamous Snowball Effect that we all know so well
began to take over and before he knew it, the car had a full new brake
setup, rewrapped interior pieces, and a super clean trunk setup for his
I.C.E. and air ride components, wrapped in tan leather to match the rest of
the car. The car he had intended on staying stock suddenly turned into a
show-piece right before his eyes and he couldn't be happier.
One of the most ironic parts of Andrey's story is how simple the car looks
and how effortless he made it look when in actuality, he had close to NO
examples to use as a template. As I said earlier, there aren't many SC's
done right and he expressed that one of the most difficult parts of this
build was in fact finding other models like his to use as inspiration. If
you get on VWVortex, HondaTech, or any other large, world-wide forums with
thousands upon thousands of members, it's super easy to find COUNTLESS
specimens to study and take tips from but Andrey didn't have that option.
He boldly went where few had gone before and made one of the cleanest SC's
out there with little to no guidance. Talk about impressive.
SC BAGGED KILLER LEXUS SC300 SC400 SOARER AIR RIDE SUSPENSION Airtekk Engineering
We are proud to announce our very own SC Project Allen. We have been
working around the clock to build this car and it has become one of our
very best ones. Although not complete as of yet, we are just enjoying it.
But keep your eyes open as we begin this week to tear the interior. Sorry
Allen but it's going to happen sooner or later ;)
Please visit us at www.airtekk.com
Toyota Soarer Digital Gauge Fault
NOTE: Nothing happens for 1.5 minutes, i set my phone to sit against the
dash and record while I was at a traffic light. The light takes about a
minute and a half to change. It's quite a long change cycle.
My phone was only handled once during the operation of driving, when it
fell down i flipped it back up. Took less time than changing a CD. Although
my car doesn't use CD's, it uses wireless bluetooth streaming and USB mp3's
from apple and other products.
In this video I record using my phone camera, the new problem of my car. My
car has had many problems, but this one is the newest. The car was being
driven roughly 60kph, I am not exactly sure, I had to follow traffic
exactly because I had no idea how fast i was going. This issue was less
than 10 minutes old before i pulled over restarted the car and hoped that
would fix it.
I decided to record it to see if it fluctuated at any specific points
(something I couldn't notice while driving in traffic and watch). I put it
on youtube to share to some knowledgeable people who have dealt with this
kind of problem before.
While this is a digital display, the driver is a regular analogue cable
from the transmission. The cable feeds to a resistor which converts the
spinning final gear into a frequency. That frequency is interpreted by a
something, halving the rate, and then rendered out as a digital display,
instead of a needle moving like in a regular analogue driven gauge.