Toyota Supra CloseUp (Day per Day)

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  1. forgottengrower

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    here's some closeups of my beloved toyota supra...i've updated these shots for another forum but maybe also here someone could be interested to!
    Suggestion for some good effects for car shots?

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    I tried the site but I cant get close ups on the pictures? Try using Photobucket or Imageshack.
     
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    uh...very strange...i've no problem...now i'll check!
     
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    You better be making 800whp+ :)
     
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    Now I can see them. The shots are okay, but nothing exciting. Try different camera angles, and get some shots of the car itself.
     
  6. forgottengrower

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    here's it's raining and the car is dirty...the first sunny day i'll take some shots... thanks a lot i'll try some angles and post so you can see...

    bye!
     
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    Not feeling the hood scoop at all... is it even functional?


    As for picture ideas.. if something looks interesting.. take a picture of it.
     
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    In the state that it's in right now, no it's not, but if he decides to do some sort of major setup with it, it will be very useful.
     
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    Dam, throw some 19' BBS's on that and it will atleast look like its pullin over 800bhp!!!
     
  10. Parkerman

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    For how little air that scoop would bring in.. He would be much more beneficial getting a different hood all together.
     
  11. forgottengrower

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    This is the original european hood...the air roof (toyota says) is foundamental to keep cool the 3rd and the 4th cylinder, it's a 6L and have a conduct that bring the external air and go throught the engine in the 3rd and 4th cilynder to keep cool...this is the 2JZ-GTE (twin turbo) the naturally aspired have the hood without any scoop.
     
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    Ah, I see, never actually knew that the Euro spec had a hoodscoop... Dont understand why though, none other did. Maybe the Eurospec had a problem with cooling.. *shrugs*
     

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