Something else we’ll be adding is Tein’s newer EDFC controller, which will replace the car's previous first-generation Tein EDFC. We’ll have more on the cool Tein equipment when it is all installed and dialed in, but first let’s get this party-engine started!
Speaking of Toyotas, while all of the work was being performed on the Supra in the far right corner of the shop, several dyno pulls were being done on this current-model Toyota Camry.
It turns out MKC figured out an easy way to release 13whp for some Camry customers using a Y-pipe that replaces the secondary two catalytic converters (but retains the two primary cats).
The results were so impressive they decided to make a jig to reproduce more units to sell.
Here are the results on MKC’s own Dynojet 424x. Due to the difficult nature of testing some automatic transmissions, this dyno curve should be looked at from 5000 RPM-on. What happens prior is more about rolling onto the throttle to avoid the transmission kicking down a gear. Needless to say, these are impressive numbers for a V6 Camry (and close to the numbers I was making on a cammed, fully exhausted E36 BMW M3 on the same dyno!). Contact MKC for more info.
Excuse us as we return back to MKC to shoot more pictures of the Supra’s progress. Be back soon!