Modified Toyota Supra causes a scene at Car Throttle Ace Café meet

Last weekend the first official Car Throttle meet took place at the Ace Café in North West London. The café’s car park was filled to capacity by an eclectic collection of modern-day supercars, American muscle and some classics. So popular was the meet that vehicles had to sprawl out onto the surrounding streets.

One of these vehicles in particular stood out to us and certainly pulled in the crowds – a 1993 Japanese domestic market specification Toyota Supra RZ.


We caught up with the Supra’s owner, Alan Kelly, who gave us a breakdown of the modifications he’s made to his car. Read the full list below:


  • 2JZ-GTE 3.0-litre 24v straight six
  • Precision 6262 billet single turbo
  • HKS blow-off valve
  • Front-mount intercooler
  • 850cc injectors
  • Twin Walbro fuel pumps
  • Purple silicone hoses
  • HKS F-Con Gold engine management
  • HKS Super Dragger turbo-back stainless steel exhaust system
  • Polished cam covers and inlet plenum
  • Air conditioning removed
  • Transmission converted to Getrag V160 six-speed gearbox
  • Limited-slip differential

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Photo credit: MarioDesigns


  • 8.5×18” (front) and 10×18” (rear) XXR 521 alloys
  • UK-specification four-piston front brakes
  • Bilstein/Eibach suspension
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  • Late-spec clear indicators and side markers
  • Abflug vented bonnet with Aerocatch fixings
  • Smoothed OEM front bumper with Wings West lip
  • OEM side skirts
  • Trial rear bumper
  • TRD rear spoiler
  • Engine bay painted Passion Purple from House of Kolors
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  • Leather seats
  • Black carpet
  • Custom white dials with red LED lighting
  • Carbon effect dashboard trim
  • Apexi AVCR boost controller
  • Innovate wide-band sensor

One of the reasons why this Supra became a star attraction was for its ability to spit three-foot-long flames from the tail pipe – a result of an aftermarket exhaust flamer kit strictly designed for off-road and show use only.

Have you modified your Toyota? We’d love to see some pictures. Feel free to post them on the official Toyota UK Facebook page.


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