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The 1994 Toyota Supra Mark IV[1] is a major car driven by Brian O'Conner in The Fast and the Furious.


The Fast and the Furious

Following the destruction of Brian's Mitsubishi Eclipse was destroyed by Johnny Tran and his group, he asked his commanding officer, Sergeant Tanner for another car to repay Dominic Toretto with. When he arrives to Dominic's garage, he brings the Toretto's a rusted Supra taken from a junk yard. Dominic and his friends spent about $15,000-$20,000 on restoring it. In reality, they actually spent over $100,000.[references needed]

When they're done the car is so fast it's able to smoke a Ferrari in a street race. Towards the end of the movie Brian and Mia Toretto use the Supra to rescue Vince from the semi-truck. Brian later uses the Supra to chase down Johnny Tran and his cousin Lance through the suburbs of Los Angeles when they do a drive by at 1327, killing Jesse.

Brian shoots Tran in the back causing him to fall off his bike, killing him. He tells someone in a car to call 911 and meets up with Dom at a red light. Dom tells Brian how he used to drag there during high school and when the light turns green he's going for it. They both rev their engines and when the light turns green they step on the gas, using the rail road track down the road as a finish line.

They both hear a train coming and step on it. Right as the train passes they dodge it with only a few feet between them and the train. Just as everything is calm a semi-truck comes out of a corner causing Dominic to crash into it. It sends his 1970 Dodge Charger R/T flying in the air, and crashes. the car flips a few times before it stops. Brian then gets out of the car and runs to Dominic

He helps Dominic out of the car and he only has a few cuts and an injured arm. They hear sirens in the distance. Brian looks at Dom with concern. He then gives him the keys to his Supra and says that he owes him a ten second car. Dom drives off into the distance as Brian watches him and then walks off.

Turbo-Charged Prelude

It's implied that Dominic had abandoned the Supra; when Brian is in a Texas diner he sees the newspaper headline about him followed with a "Vehicle Found Abandoned". Also, in the first films post-credits scene, Dom is shown driving a Chevrolet Chevelle SS.


The Supra was rented from the technical advisor on the film, Craig Lieberman.

Engine Specs

  • Turbonetics T-66 ball bearing turbo, Q-trim compressor, .72 A/R built by Performance Factory
  • Turbonetics Delta II Wastegate
  • RPS Stainless steel/HTC coated custom manifold
  • 100 HP Nitrous Oxide Wet System, by NOS
  • AEBS Turbo Downpipe
  • Greddy front mount intercooler
  • Greddy Power Extreme exhaust system
  • Greddy Pro-Fec B Boost Controller
  • Greddy Power Pulleys
  • Greddy Oil Cooler Kit
  • Greddy Turbo Timer
  • Greddy Boost, EGT, Oil Pressure and Water Temp gauges
  • Greddy Airinx Intake
  • Greddy steering wheel-mounted, remote boost controller
  • Greddy Cam Gears
  • APEXi Blowoff valve
  • HKS Vein Pressure Converter
  • HKS Graphic Control Computer
  • HKS Injector Pulse Monitor
  • G-Force Engineering Racing ROM
  • Hose Techniques Silicone hose kit
  • Clutchmasters Stage III Racing Clutch
  • Clutchmasters 11 lb. Billet Flywheel
  • Powerhouse Racing ported/polished throttle body (traction control delete)
  • Powerhouse Racing cylinder head work (port/polish)
  • Fluidyne aluminum radiator
  • Flex-a-Lite dual electric fan kit
  • Chrome-plated valve cover, intake manifold, throttle body, turbocharger, turbo heat shield, auxiliary heat shield, fuse cover, relay cover, cruise control cover, ignition module cover and all brackets


  • Lamborghini Diablo Candy Pearl Orange Paint, by Quigley’s in Lake Forest, Ca.
  • Bomex Front spoiler
  • Bomex side/rear skirts
  • Roadboy RB-345 Ice white driving lights
  • TRD Composite Hood
  • 1998 front turn signal updates
  • 1998 headlight updates
  • Underhood neon lighting system
  • HID Xenon gas headlight conversion
  • APR Aluminum bi-plane rear wing
  • Custom Troy Lee Graphics by Modern Image


  • Yokohama AVS S1 285/30 and 255/35/19 (nineteen’s!!)
  • Dazz/Racing Hart M5 Tuners, 19 incher’s
  • Stillen/AP Racing 14” front racing brakes, 6 piston caliper, w/slotted/drilled rotors
  • Gertrag Six-Speed gearbox with Stillway sequential adapter
  • Bilstein/Eibach coil-over suspension
  • Stillen sway bars
  • Cusco Front strut tower bar
  • Energy Suspension urethane bushings all around


  • Viper blue suede and new black leather upholstery
  • A-Pillar gauge mount pod
  • Sparco Milano seats, custom matching fabric w/harness holes
  • Carbon-fiber dashtrim by Trimmasters
  • Auto Meter 5” Monster Tach
  • Auto Meter “NOS ON” and “LOW OIL” warning lights
  • G-Tech Pro Accelerometer
  • MFS Custom built roll cage, chromed
  • Sparco Steering Wheel
  • Sparco Harnesses


  • Clarion VRX8271 in dash TV/CD Changer controller, remote controlled
  • Clarion VMA6481 6” wide screen 2nd TV monitor in passenger airbag
  • Clarion VMA9181 5.5” 3rd TV monitor in trunk area
  • Clarion DSP9300 Digital Sound Processor, parametric EQ/Surround sound
  • Clarion CDC 635 CD Changer
  • Clarion SRS 1691 6 ½” separates
  • Image Dynamics 6” separates
  • 2 Image Dynamics 12” woofers
  • 2 Phaze Audio TD1500 Tube Driver amplifiers
  • 1 Phaze Audio TD475 Tube Driver amplifier
  • Sony Playstation 1
  • Sony Playstation 2/DVD
  • Custom built electric-blue neon tubes for sound system back-lighting
  • Minolta 6450 VHS-C Camcorder
  • System design and fabrication by: Duane Uyeda at Audio Options, Torrance

Performance Stats

  • 544 – 569 Horsepower (depending on which dyno you believe) without nitrous.
  • 0-60 in 4.3 seconds (on 19 inch street tires)
  • 0-100 in 9.2 seconds (on 19 inch street tires)
  • ¼ mile in 12.2 seconds at 127 mph
  • Top speed = 185 mph
  • Skidpad =.98 g’s
  • Slalom time = 62mph
  • Curb weight = 3,601 lbs.



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