1200HP SC300 1/8th Mile Drag
A few fun runs at Piedmont Dragway. Great day and a great time! Enjoy!!! Too many mods to list!
9-Sec 2JZ SC300 | DSPORT Magazine
Rocky Mountain Street SC Fights For Nines For those living at or near sea level, it’s much easier to breathe and make horsepower than it would be for someone at a mile above sea level. The thin air and reduced oxygen density really makes it tough, just ask the DSPORT staff who recently returned from the IDRC Street Tuner Mayhem event in Morrison, Colorado. The challenging environment is the reason athletes train at higher elevations, to better condition themselves for competition at lower elevations. Like competitors in training, tuners in Colorado face the additional challenge of not only producing more horsepower, but also delivering quick passes down the drag strip as well. Given the challenges faced by competitors at a mile high, it’s no wonder that we especially admire the machines making passes in the single digits. Brett Miller has had an eye on the Supra since he started to drive. His first car was a 1990 MA70 Toyota Supra. While not quite a JZA80 Mark IV Supra, it wasn’t bad for a first car. However, Miller soon grew tired of replacing blown head gaskets and considered a 2JZ-GTE swap. But his old Supra’s styling felt dated, and he really wanted to upgrade to a JZA80. Unfortunately, the price of a Mark IV Supra was driven well beyond Blue Book value due in part to the popularity and notoriety gained from The Fast and The Furious. So he looked at a subtle and luxurious alternative, a Lexus SC300. Miller sold the MA70 and purchased this 1993 SC300 during his senior year of high school, kicking off a project that would span over eleven years. Check out the DSPORT Feature Car playlist... https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL83h1c0-9HAxuxDX1IcCeW5q1BpcQ9PiB All your favorite DSPORT content now in one place... http://dsportmag.com
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