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How fast can a Supra do a quarter-mile?

How fast can a Supra do a quarter-mile?

The new record was set at Palm Beach International Raceway where the car roared through the quarter-mile stretch at 153 mph in just 8.7 seconds. The car was also able to complete the quarter mile without the nitrous in 8.8 seconds reaching 156 mph.

How fast does a drag Supra go?

And watch it pop occasional wheelies. When the Mk4 Toyota Supra nicknamed “Orange Man Bad” broke the six-second quarter-mile pass last year, it became the world’s quickest drag car with an H-pattern manual transmission. That run recorded a 6.9-second quarter-mile at 194.77 miles per hour (313.45 kilometers per hour).

What is the fastest drag Supra?

Top 10 Quickest Toyota Supra

  • EKanoo Racing (BAH) 1/4 Best ET: 5.972 @ 240.58 MPH. Track: Bahrain International Circuit.
  • EKanoo Racing (BAH) Engine: 2JZ.
  • Titan Motorsports (USA) 1/4 Best ET: 6.548 @ 218.41 MPH.
  • GEO2JZ (USA) Engine: 2JZ.
  • 101 Motorsport (AUS) Engine: 2JZ.
  • Jack Couto (USA) Engine: 2JZ.
  • Tony Phillips Racing (USA)

How fast is the fastest Supra?

This Supra manages a 0-60 mph time of 1.2 seconds on average with a top speed of over 250 miles per hour.

How fast is 8 second quarter-mile?

Accelerating at 1.28g (41.25 ft/s2) for 8 seconds will get you to exactly a quarter mile.

How fast is the Toyota Supra at Palm Beach?

This A90-generation Supra recently checked out the Palm Beach International Raceway, with the visit resulting in a pair of records. We’re talking about an ET (Elapsed Time) of 8.78 seconds and a trap speed of 156 mph (251 kph), albeit with the two being achieved during separate runs.

How much does a Toyota Supra weigh?

Sporting a partially stripped interior and featuring a single carbon fiber racing seat, but accommodating the lady driver, this Supra tipped the scales at 3,290 lbs (1,490 kg). Sure, it won’t be too long until these records fall.

What kind of engine does a Mercedes Benz drag strip have?

Well, this drag strip animal has kept its Bavarian heart, albeit with the 3.0-liter straight-six now being built along with the ZF eight-speed tranny (the list of motor goodies includes the pistons, connecting rods, studs, and gasket).