JDM 94 Toyota MR2 GT-S Rev 3 Turbo Manual Reinforced Modded Car
94 Toyota MR2 GT-S Rev 3 Mid Engine Turbo Manual Caged Reinforced Car 176k kilometers/ 109k miles.
In all my years Importing and Parting out JDM Cars this is the 1st street car ive ever seen that has been reinforced like this, many hours were put in(thousands of dollars) stich welding the whole entire chassis with fender brace reinforcements and a Full Roll Cage on Top, this car is stiff and a great candidate for racing. You can see by all the pics they did a really nice job, has a little surface rust here and there but minor and no rot. Car also has high end(5k) 2 way adjustable coilovers rebound adjustable up top and compression adjustable on bottom, look to be Ohlins. Racing brake pads and slotted front rotors. Schnider 15" rims with sticky street tires R1R tires up front and rivals in the back
Rev 3 Engine 109k miles runs strong and does not smoke with stock turbo and ecu, Catback exhaust with down pipe, HKS intake, 1.5way lsd diff, Car rips and has plenty of power
This car is ready to hit the track and looks great, Had the whole car repainted and looks great with Greddy front lip, fenders and quarters have been rolled in Japan(nice job). The paint was a fading and wanted to keep this car cause of how special it is so had it repainted. I bought it this way in Japan minus the greddy lip and paint job.
Contact Rob 864-505-5621 for any questions
The Toyota MR2 is a two-seat, mid-engined, rear-wheel-drive sports car manufactured in Japan and marketed globally by Toyota A economical and sporty car, the MR2 has straight forward design elements, including fully independent MacPherson strut front and rear suspensions, four-wheel disc brakes, and a transverse-mounted inline-four engine. The name MR2 stands for either "mid-ship run-about 2-seater" or "mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive, 2-seater" The MR2 went through a redesign in 1989 (though North America did not receive them until early 1990 as 1991 models). The new car was larger, weighed 350 to 400 lb (159 to 181 kg) more than its predecessor due to having a more luxurious and spacious cabin, larger engine sizes, sturdier transaxle, and a more durable suspension setup. Toyota spent countless hours fine-tuning the handling capabilities of the SW20, seeking advice from professional race car drivers, including Dan Gurney of Formula One, NASCAR, and Le Mans fame. Japanese market trim levels: G with an NA 2.0L 3S-GE engine producing 165 PS (121 kW; 163 hp); with an A/T standard and an optional M/T. The G was the base model of the SW20 line-up. Standard features included: climate control, electric mirrors, and fabric door/seat trim. G-Limited with the NA 2.0L 3S-GE engine; an A/T was standard or an M/T was optional. The G-Limited was the higher-specification naturally aspirated SW20. Additional standard features: electric folding mirrors, steering fog lamps, and rear spoiler. GT-S with a turbocharged 2.0L 3S-GTE engine producing 221 PS (163 kW; 218 hp); an M/T was the only choice. The GT-S had the same standard features as the G-Limited. GT with the turbocharged 2.0L 3S-GTE engine and manual transmission. The GT was considered as the luxury specification in the SW20 line-up and had alcantera/leather door and seat trim in addition to G-Limited standard features. All Japanese market cars came equipped with electronic climate control featuring 2 stage air conditioning. Differences between the normally aspirated and turbocharged models include the "Turbo" emblem (US) on the rear trunk, 'TWIN CAM 16 TURBO' decal above the side intake (Japanese market), a fiberglass engine lid with raised vents, fog lights, and an added interior center storage compartment located between the two seats. All SW20 MR2s came with a staggered wheel setup, with wider wheels and tires in the rear than in the front. Mechanical differences on the Turbo models include: 3S-GTE engine with associated air-to-air intercooler and different exhaust configuration; Stronger and heavier E153 gearbox with different ratios and stronger axles; Larger fuel pump and radiator. Models with 3S-GE and 3S-GTE engines had twin-piston front brake calipers. Models with the 5S-FE engine had only single-piston calipers.