The Toyota Supra shares a stage and a vast dominant part of its segments with the BMW Z4. Be that as it may, as we found the previous summer and as of late affirmed, the Z4 will make 47 more pull than the Supra in best trim.
Since ECU tuning has turned out to be so best in class with present day motors, the programmed reaction may be to feel that it is all in the programming. A BMW parts inventory uncovers that the progressions go more distant than the code.
As per the BMW ETK inventory, the US variation of the Supra will be furnished with the B58B30C motor. It conveys part number 11002463592, and appears to be fundamentally the same as the motor for the US-spec Z4 M40i. Be that as it may, the Z4 motor is really the B38B30B, and has part number 11002464415. I don’t get that’s meaning? There are interior contrasts. Scanning the exchanges for the two section numbers demonstrates that the US Supra motor is equivalent to what Europeans will find in their variation of the Z4 M40i, while the US M40i motor will be utilized in the new G20 M340i 3-arrangement.
Diving into the engines uncovers that the principal distinctive part is the barrel head. The Z4 has a barrel head part number of 11127934495 while the unit in the Supra is set apart as 11127934494. The distinctions are not obvious dependent on the list representation, and rather are probably going to be in the castings of the barrel heads as both utilize the equivalent correct camshafts, valves, and auxiliary parts.
Moving to the base end, the two motors utilize a similar crankshaft and direction, yet the cylinders and associating bars are extraordinary. The Z4 piston– part number 11258678934– is found in an assortment of BMW items including the US M340i and European spec 7-arrangement cars. The Supra piston– part number 11258681079– is found in the engine for the US spec 7-arrangement and the X7.
In light of the index sections, essentially every other part is by all accounts the equivalent. The last distinction seems, by all accounts, to be in the turbocharger. The Z4 utilizes part number 11657934387, which is just imparted to the M340i, while the Supra utilizes part number 11657934332, which is just imparted to the Euro-spec Z4 M40i. Despite the fact that the turbocharger seems, by all accounts, to appear as something else, the majority of the braces and mounting equipment are the equivalent between the two. Despite the fact that the unit on the Z4 may have greater wheels in it, there is a decent shot that it should jolt straight up to the Supra.
The equipment for the ECU is even the equivalent; the two vehicles share the 86T0 DME. In the wake of taking a gander at the parts, it doesn’t seem to be difficult to repeat the intensity of the M40i in the Supra.
For those that need to make an OEM proportionate, the essential segments to change will be the cylinders and bars as those are likely worked to withstand somewhat more lift. Swapping the barrel head and turbocharger would total the bundle. A tune will exploit those segments.
We’re probably going to see tuner shops delving into these vehicles when they hit the ground. In view of what I see here, it likely won’t be extremely muddled for them to make much more power than the Z4 M40i.