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Discussion Starter #1 (Edited)
(Toyota paint code 746). Most people call it teal. Contact me at [email protected] Chris


Carfax report
https://www.carfax.com/api/consumers/131490024/report/email/81267a020c497ebb65b8547898acf666b044816d19ebcb5e7c05f6aef1f54b640d319a555ae3beff

This car is really damn quick and sticks to the road like glue. MR2’s are like strippers: I keep throwing money at her, hoping she will give me the ride of my life! (and she has!). I’m selling because I’ve owned this car since 2005, and I don’t drive her anymore. I bought her from the original owner (actually, the brother of the original woman who owned this car) and she was completely stock back in 2005. I’ve done a lot of work to this car, and it’s in extremely great shape.
VIN: JT2SW22N1P0063543
See the Spec Sheet
Current asking Price: $11,990

About 230-240 whp (around 270-280 at the crank). This car accelerates more quickly than it’s HP figures would suggest, partly due to the lighter flywheel, and partly due to pulling all the way to redline (a more stock MR2 turbo will lose power about 1000 rpm before redline).
This is a factory (OEM) 3S-GTE with factory E153 with LSD (limited slip differential). This is NOT a Turbo 3S-GTE swap into an NA car – it came from the factory with the turbo motor and transaxle. Note the engine lid – this is the factory turbo engine lid which is composite with raised vents. NA MR2 has a flat steel lid, and the VIN shows this was a factory turbo car. 1993 was the first year of the larger “turbo brakes”, revised suspension design front and rear, revised rear cross-member, revised electrical system (electric speedo is one example), LSD as an option, revised dual cone synchros in the transaxle, revised front lip and larger wheels (to accommodate the larger brakes).
Factory options:
T-Tops, Limited Slip Differential, Antilock Brake System, Power Windows, Power Door Locks, power mirrors, cruise control, driver’s airbag, all black interior with cloth seats, floor mats, Toyota Electro-Hydraulic Power Steering (EHPS) and Air Conditioning.
125K miles on car (chassis, engine and drivetrain).

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I am interested in this car. My company is buying my 4runner from me beginning of next week. Once that is done, I think we need to chat.
 

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Here is a video of the only time I ever dyno'ed this car. This was done before I installed the (genuine - not ebay) Greddy side mount intercooler and before I installed the Berk downpipe. I also set max boost to 14 psi after the Berk Downpipe was installed.

NOTE: V8 noises are behind me (I'm operating the camera). They are demonstrating muscle car exhaust systems. Later the same announcer moves over to my dyno run and announces the run.
 
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