MUSTY’S 1000HP+ STREET SUPRA
Introducing our friend Musty’s Toyota Supra SZ-R making 1105HP+ on 40PSI! Returning from his exit in the spotlight in 2018, he was featured on Motive Video’s 2018 Tuners Edge Drag Battle where he ran 10 seconds @ 126mph at Cootamundra Airport runway—which surface is just below the grade of your average road—crowning him fastest Supra of the 10 year long run event. After his victory, he returned to another Motive event, the 2018 Nitto GT-R Festival where he was invited to race in the GT-R Challenge/ Drag Battle Encore Entourage wear he busted his gearbox and went into remission.
Unfortunately in that time, Musty went soft and bought a GT-R which he couldn’t get running and finally sacked it a year later after all his friends abandoned him and his dignity depleted.
DISCLAIMER: We saw the signs and we tried to divert him from the path of his own destruction, but his will to protest against us was a strong force to be reckoned with. We monitored his behaviour in this time and are proud to announce that Musty has made a full recovery and he better than ever.
Going back to his roots, the Supra was the car that got him into cars. In his teens amognst the boom of Youtube, he spent a lot of time fascinated by JDM cars and was always won over by the viral high-horsepower Supra videos—particularly the Real Street builds. He was also part of the video gaming area that bought out the Gran Turismo and Forza series where he world virtually build his Supras—never thinking he’d actually own one.
“The car was a bone stock silver SZ-R Supra, it was non turbo but it had the 6 speed transmission, it was a bit rough on the outside and had no spoiler, some of the interior bits were missing such as the clock and headunit, but overall it was pretty decent for the price I paid.”
With all work done by B2R Motorsports within less than a year, inside the Supra hosts a 2JZ-GTE engine with a 7675 Gen. II Precision turbo, CP forged pistons (10:1 compression ratio), Carillo heavy duty H-beam rods, Real Street billet maincaps, stock crankshaft, direct twin plate clutch, Supertech valves and T202-D Kelford camshafts and a stock 6-speed V161 gearbox. It also features Hypertune custom fabrication and a catalogue of parts including a Hypertune exhaust manifold, inlet manifold, intercooler, radiator and exhaust system with a magnaflow muffler with a 5” tip. The car was also painted in Anthracite (1A1) – a classic colour, and one of our favourites.
It currently sits on Weld RT-S wheels (15 x 10) wrapped in Mickey Thompson ET Street Pro drag radials (275/ 60r15) and features a stock interior.
What is special about Musty’s Supra is that it was one of the first on the streets before the street/ drag craze kicked off. Since then, MSM’s 8 second Supra, KNG2JZ, and Frank Tarabay’s 6 second Supra have come to spotlight with goals to only get faster.
Musty plans to upgrade the set-up and run it into the 8’s – “without breaking anything” and chooses All Street as his platform to release any new updates on it.
Finally, ending this segment, we asked Musty of the origins of the “2JZ” plates. It simply is, they were available with the NSW RMS in early 2018.