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    Toyota Supra Recommended Tyres


    Starting at £147.60 £123.00

  2. 205/50YR15 PIRELLI CINTURATO ™ P7 N4

    Starting at £308.40 £257.00

  3. 205/50YR15 PIRELLI CINTURATO ™ P7 N4

    Starting at £334.80 £279.00

  4. 225/60 SR 14 B.F.Goodrich Radial T/A
    225/60 SR 14 B.F.Goodrich Radial T/A

    Starting at £165.60 £138.00

  5. 195/70VR14 Vredestein
    195/70 VR 14 Vredestein

    Starting at £214.80 £179.00

  6. Michelin 14E Offset Valve Inner Tube
    Michelin 14E Offset Valve Inner Tube

    Starting at £21.60 £18.00

  7. Michelin 14F Offset Valve Inner Tube
    Michelin 14F Offset Valve Inner Tube

    Starting at £21.60 £18.00

  8. Other Options for Toyota Supra Tyres

  9. 225/50YR16 Pirelli P-Zero
    225/50YR16 Pirelli P-Zero
  10. 185/70 VR 14 Michelin XAS
    185/70 R 14 Michelin XAS

    Starting at £250.80 £209.00

  11. 245/45ZR16 Michelin SX MXX3
    245/45 R 16 Michelin SX MXX3

    Starting at £390.00 £325.00

  12. 225/50ZR16 Michelin Pilot Sport
    225/50 R 16 Michelin Pilot Sport

    Starting at £370.80 £309.00

  13. 195/70 R14 Michelin XWX
    195/70 R14 Michelin XWX
  14. 185/70HR14 Avon CR6ZZ
    185/70 HR 14 Avon CR6ZZ

    Starting at £318.00 £265.00

  15. 195/70 HR 14 Camac HP70
    195/70 HR 14 Camac HP70
  16. Jeu de 4 185/70VR14 PIRELLI CINTURATO CN36
    Set of 4 185/70 R14 PIRELLI CINTURATO CN36

    Starting at £562.80 £469.00

  17. Jeu de 5 185/70VR14 PIRELLI CINTURATO CN36
    Set of 5 185/70 R 14 PIRELLI CINTURATO CN36

    Starting at £694.80 £579.00

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Toyota Supra tyre pressure guide:

ModelYear(s)Front (psi)Rear (psi)
2.8 Celica Supra1981-833030
2.8 Celica Supra1984-863030
3.0 Celica Supra19863838
Supra Turbo19904444
Supra 3.0i19934343
Supra Turbo19934343

Some Useful Celica Supra Specifications

History of the Toyota Supra

The Supra started as the Celica Supra, taking a lot of features from it and adapting upon its design throughout the generations to become its own magnificent sports car.

The original design of course takes a lot from the Celica, including its name. The original body styling was essentially a Celica liftback coupe with extended front panels to accommodate the larger engine it was fitted with. This engine was a callback to the original Toyota supercar, the 2000GT, as it was an updated version of that engine. This engine, in particular, was a longitudinally-mounted straight 6, 2-valve, single overhead camshaft engine with fuel injection, titled, the 4M-E (The M referring to Toyota's straight 6 engine family). The Supra marked further advancements in Toyotas venture into sports cars, the Celica was the first step, the Supra the second.

Speaking of seconds, the second supra went through a lot of changes, the extended front end seen on the previous Celica was now redesigned into its own personal trim, also featuring pop-up headlights. In 1982 Lotus and Toyota came to an agreement to share designs and technology, resulting in help from Lotus in building the new Supra MK2 and the Toyota MR2, and Toyota supplying components for the Lotus Excel. Lotus also designed the independent suspension system specifically for this car. This brief venture with Lotus allowed Toyota to really get a good grip on the advancement of their sports cars, with both the Celica Supra MK2 and the MR2 being a great success for Toyota, and ultimately, just brilliantly made sports cars.

Supra MK2

The MK2 Celica Supra was also the world's first car to fit a navigation computer!

In its third generation in 1986, the Supra cut the Celica part out of its name, becoming two different models. The Celica would pursue high-performance in the GT-4 from this point while the Supra would issue Turbo models in the future, with the GT-4 showing success in rallying, and the Supra Turbo-A having mixed success in touring racing. In this generation, the Supra swapped to front-wheel drive fitted a new 3.0L straight-six, initially with only natural aspiration, however, turbo versions were released in 1987.

The fourth-generation Supra was redesigned with an emphasis on becoming more of a high-performance based car than prior models were. These were fitted with the new JZ style engines, which were the upgraded spec straight 6's that were produced in 1990. The 3.0L double-overhead camshaft engines used in the Supra were also used in the Lexus GS300 although, they were both naturally aspirated until the Supra MK4 Turbo was released in 1997 with a twin-turbo slapped in there with a six-speed transmission as a handy bonus.

Sadly due to the decline in popularity of sports coupes in North America, alongside Yen being a stronger currency than most of its export countries, the Supra was pulled from exportation in 1998, eventually, in 2002, domestic production also ceased due to emission standards. Ultimately this car has proved itself to be a true cult car, it's a modern classic for sure. Popularity has increased even more following the reissuing of the Supra nameplate in 2019. Japanese sports cars have soared in popularity as the generation that saw them in various media growing up, Fast and Furious being a fine example, are now of the age where they can go out and buy these cars should they want to, and many of them do because of their reliability, performance, build quality, and customizability.

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