Lawrence - Toyota Supra MK4

The car itself is running a healthy 651bhp and 593lbft of torque. My 0-60mph speed is hard to gauge when it spins up in 1st and 2nd gear. It gains traction from 3rd gear onwards. If you follow me on Instagram, you will see some speedo footage on there.

Lawrence - Toyota Supra MK4
Lawrence - Toyota Supra MK4
Lawrence - Toyota Supra MK4
Lawrence - Toyota Supra MK4
Lawrence - Toyota Supra MK4
Lawrence - Toyota Supra MK4
Lawrence - Toyota Supra MK4

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Name – Lawrence Duckers - 1998 Toyota Supra MK4 

Job – Prototypes Engineer 

Instagram - @lawrence_duckers

Bio – I’m 32 years old from Stockton on Tees in the North East of England. I’ve been involved with the Supra community for over 5 years now and I have learnt so much from other owners. Advice is priceless and every time I have owned a supra, it has been a huge learning curve for me.

I drive a 1998 Toyota Supra MK4 converted to Single Turbo myself. It’s always been a dream of mine to own a Single Turbo Supra. It has taken three supras to get to where I am today. My first was a Genuine TT Aerotop. The second was the Speedwells Widebody Supra (F1BOMB2). I then sold that to buy the Supra I have today. I Bought it as a genuine TT 6 speed (V161) and worked my way up from that with this build.

The car scene has been a big part of my life. Primarily for friends. It was friends introducing me to other likeminded people who share the same passion. It’s great. I thank my friends for the people I know and friends I have today. Friends are everything. Keep them close.

The car itself is running a healthy 651bhp and 593lbft of torque. My 0-60mph speed is hard to gauge when it spins up in 1st and 2nd gear. It gains traction from 3rd gear onwards. If you follow me on Instagram, you will see some speedo footage on there.

Full Spec List is as follows

Engine:

  • * 2JZ-GTE VVTi (Original) - 87,000 Miles
  • * Precision 6266 Gen 2 Dual Ball Bearing Turbo
  • * Power House Racing Log Manifold
  • * Precision 46mm External Wastegate
  • * Screamer Pipe
  • * Custom 3" Downpipe with Flexi (Heat Wrapped)
  • * 3" Whifbitz Exhaust
  • * Blitz Nur Spec Back Box
  • * SSI Polished Front Face Intake
  • * SSI 90mm Throttle Body
  • * SSI Fuel Rail (14mm Domestic)
  • * Injector Dynamics 1000cc Injectors
  • * Injector Dynamics Injector Harness
  • * Bosch Coil Packs
  • * Extended Throttle Cable
  • * Braided Fuel Lines (Hodge)
  • * Fuel Lab Fuel Pressure Regulator
  • * Walbro 450 Fuel Pump
  • * Whifbitz 4" Intercooler 
  • * Power House Racing Power Steering Relocation Kit
  • * Billet Polished Pulley Kit
  • * Twin Electric Fans
  • * AN3 Oil Feed
  • * AN12 Oil Return
  • * AN10 Braided Cam Cover Breathers
  • * AN12 External Oil Cooler
  • * ASH Intercooler Pipework
  • * ASH Silicone Hoses
  • * ASH T Clamps
  • * K&N 4" Cone Filter
  • * Full Relocation
  • * Full Wire Tuck
  • * Custom Engine Harness (Tucked)
  • * 3Bar Map Sensor
  • * MS3 Pro Standalone ECU
  • * Oil Filter Relocation Kit
  • * Millers NANODRIVE CFS 10w50 Fully Synthetic
  • * Toyota Red Coolant

Body & Drivetrain:

  • * 1998 Toyota Supra MKIV Twin Turbo RZ - White
  • * 2JZ-GTE VVTi
  • * 6 Speed (V161)
  • * RPS Max Series 6 Puck Clutch
  • * RPS Cyn-R-G Billet Flywheel
  • * Limited Slip Diff
  • * OEM Genuine Front Bumper
  • * V2 Front Lip
  • * OEM Genuine Front Quarter
  • * OEM Genuine Rear Bumper
  • * TRD Carbon Rear Spoiler

 Interior: 

  • * OEM Genuine Cloth Seats. 
  • * Genuine Confetti Mats
  • * 7" Lenovo Tablet running Realdash
  • * PLX Touch Screen Wideband
  • * OEM Genuine 3 Spoke Steering Wheel
  • * Turbo Timer
  • * Drag Race Timer


I've done the majority of work myself on my drive. It was difficult as I was limited to space. I got the car sent away for a full engine wiring harness to be made up. I didn’t want 20+ years old wiring gremlins to show there face during tuning. I have Ben Newell to thank for all that. He also supplied my Megasquirt3 Pro standalone ECU.I then called him up to do the full tune on the car.

I used to be a member of quite a lot of car groups. But it slowly got smaller and smaller. You seem to want to keep yourself to yourself the older you get. Instead of been public with your car, you end up keeping it private with your friends.

I never intended to enter any competitions at events and shows. The competitions seemed to come to me. I have won a total of three awards, solely with the Widebody Supra because it was so unique at the time. Primarily, I go to shows with friends to show off my pride and joy. Hard work cannot be recognised on your drive right!

I attend whatever shows my friends do. I have a good ‘Jap Car’ circle around me and that’s what I enjoy the most. We all keep ourselves quiet at local meets. We have a small circle called ‘Midnight Club’. We can only dream to be on the calibre of Japans ‘Midnight Club’.



I’ve always loved Supras, even before ‘The Fast and the Furious’ Just something about them seems so timeless and appealing.

My dream car is the one I currently own. It has taken me a lot to get here. I’ve loved and lost because of my hobby. I have this car as a retirement fund. They are increasing in value faster than I can count. So a worthwhile and lengthy investment gives the greatest rewards.

The Supra has a lot more to give and I am not finished yet. I have a full refresh of the engine planned for this coming winter. I have up rated race bearings and strengthened bolts to go in the mix. Then come early 2021, I’ll be getting the Supra back in for tuning to up the boost. It’s only running 1.4Bar of boost at the moment. Plans are to up the boost to 1.8 or 1.9Bar. I won’t be doing that until I am confident that it is a healthy motor. I have 20+ year old engineering to swap out so engine health is paramount.

All in all, the Supra isn’t at its prime yet. Rome wasn’t built in a day. Watch this space!