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Posible Sleeper??? Who would guess!

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Wikipedia said:
Starting in 1994, Toyota solved this problem by offering a Roots-type supercharger with air-to-air intercooler, providing 6psi of boost (these models were called the "S/C"), bringing the engine power up to a competitive 160 hp (120 kW). Initially, the S/C engine was only available as an option on the LE in 1994 and all models in 1995. For 1996, the normally aspirated engine was discontinued, and the S/C became the standard engine on all trim levels.

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Wait a van?!?You say! Not just any van but a mid engine designed 5-speed available AWD Supercharged van! Eat your rice out! With little work I am sure this thing can be built to 200 horses and gutted!

Toyota Previa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


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I don't think 200 horsepower is going to surprise anybody besides the mad tyte honda crowd that drives up and down montgomery.
O yea! I'd talk sooooo much shit that my Mini Van just wouldn't beat your Hatch or Teggy, but DECIMATE it lol. Be busting out the :money: :money: :secret:
4G63T swap?!? LSX Swap?!?

Actually the Chrysler turbo Caravans and Voyagers were pretty sick and the Chrysler 2.2T was a pretty stout motor as well!

I am going to try and find one of these vans, large injectors, AFPR, Bigger pulley, and FMIC, and a great clutch! HELL YEA that would give a STi a good run in Rallye Cup :D
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