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The Fast and the Not So Furious

Posted September 18, 2008 12:01 AM by dstrohl

"To be honest, most of the people here in Germany don't understand what we are doing," said Ralf Becker of Chromjuwelen. But we understand, Ralf. We think this is a work of genius. Becker is using a complete Supra drivetrain, including six-speed manual, and going the tuner route with JE pistons, Eagle rods, a bigger turbo and "liquid-to-fuel intercooler, based on the Toyata AC," which seems to mean air-to-freon. We can't wait to see that one. The text on the hood suggests he's calling the thing "7M-GTE // freon."

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09/22/2008 9:31 AM

Im not in Germany and I don't understand what they're doing either.

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