What engine was in 1987 Supra?

What engine was in 1987 Supra?

The 1987 Toyota Supra came available with two engine options: the 2.8-liter, 200-horsepower or the turbo-charged 230 horsepower engine.

Is Supra made by BMW?

But, underneath, the new Supra has a significant number of BMW-stamped parts. The inline-six engine, for example, is sourced from BMW — although Toyota’s engineers tuned it specifically for the Supra. The eight-speed automatic transmission is also from BMW, and the chassis is the same one found in the Z4.

Where can I buy genuine supra MA70 parts?

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Where can I get Supra MKIII OEM parts?

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When did the Toyota Supra get an engine upgrade?

The official Supra site also notes that there was an addition of optional leather-trimmed seating and automatic climate-control. In August 1980 (for the 1981 model year), the Supra received an upgrade in displacement with the 2.8-liter 5M-E engine.

What’s the acceleration time on a Toyota Supra?

Because of the change in engine and transmission a new chassis code of MA47 was given to the 1981 model. Performance figures for this model include a 0–60 mph (97 km/h) acceleration time of 10.24 seconds and a 1/4-mile time of 17.5 seconds at a speed of 77.7 mph (125 km/h).

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