A second-gen Toyota Supra with a swapped in 2Jz, one hell of a turbo hooked to it, sitting on a dyno. One of two things happen in this situation: either the number is astronomical, or the pieces that blew out of the engine bay are. In this case, pieces of the turbo might still be falling out of the sky, ’cause when this thing goes, it goes. The 2Jz’s turbo is a Garrett piece meant to be used on a DAF semi truck, so to watch it self-destruct like this is rather impressive. The parts flying towards the camera are the icing on the carnage cake.
Before the usual run of comments, check out the second video, which shows what the Supra is capable of when the combination isn’t having such a bad day. This isn’t some hacked build, but a legit 8-second Supra.
(Courtesy: Car Throttle)
Talk about “blowing your cookies…”
Thats what happen when ya wanna try to modify the factory ratings to ya own specification ! Every turbo is designed to boost only so much with different wheels, ar ratio’s etc ! It will be too many pages too explain in detail, if ya wanna make 2000 bhp, then choose a turbo or turbo’s thats designed to make that much boost !