Just about every major launch these days is complemented by some unforeseen bug in the system. It’s just the way of the world, and manufacturers are quick to solve these small hiccups with a recall or a software update. Some bugs aren’t easily remedied with a code revision or swapping for updated parts. For many vehicles, including your A90 Supra, blow-by will be an issue no matter the measures taken by Toyota and BMW to prevent it. When it comes to protecting your intake components, the solution requires a hardware upgrade, and we have that hardware.
Even with such a collaboration between two of the most prestigious auto makers the 2020+ Toyota Supra 3.0 still has some shortcomings, especially in the in the intercooling department. We’re already deep into this project, so click here to see our plans for improving on the Supra’s heat intercooler heat exchanger.
Nothing shows progression in technology quite like integration. The means of creating one item that performs the function of four is the way of the future. Just take your mobile phone that you’re likely reading this on. Fifteen years ago, it was just a phone designed for talking and texting, with some limited internet access, and now it’s a computer in your pocket. Similarly, the intercooler inside of the B58’s intake manifold is a pure form of integration in the name of performance. The marriage of these two components, though, means that the intercooler’s heat exchanger is now … Continue Reading ››
Evolution is the gradual development of something from a simple to a more complex form over time. Much like the fish that first scraped their way from the primordial ooze to eventually develop into the complex creatures that we are today, the Supra also had humble beginnings. Starting as just a sportier trim level on the Celica, the Supra has grown to fit into its rightful spot in the automotive food chain. Even today, the Supra is still adapting to its environment and developing a better breathing apparatus.
Unlike those … Continue Reading ››
At the first official utterance of the Supra’s resurgence there was an immediate clamoring from fans about the car’s performance. While the headlines were dominated with power and handling figures, there were few considerations of the A90’s endurance. Keeping a performance car cool is a serious undertaking and cutting a track day or spirited drive short due to overheating is less than ideal. That’s why we here at Mishimoto have your back to ensure you can stay on the track longer, but before we reveal our planned improvements, let's dive into the Supra’s stock system.