1986 Supra was non turbo and 1987 came in turbo and non turbo.
The stock boost of a 1987 Toyota Supra Turbo is 6.8 psi/0.46884349504 bar.
http://www.cygnusx1.net/Supra/TechTips/engine_error_codes.aspx It is to the right of the battery.
225/50/16 i think
Under the dash and directly above the left foot rest.
How do you replace the power steering pump for a 1987 Toyota Supra?
None. In 1987 Toyota were manufacturing the third generation of Supra, which was unsurprisingly called the MK3. This generally came in two forms- the naturally aspirated 3.0litre 7mge version with 201bhp, and the 3.0litre turbo version 7mgte developing 230bhp. Other versions were available, but usually imports from Japan, e.g. 2.5 twin turbo etc. The mark 3 Supra production run finished in 1991, and was replaced by the, yes you guessed it, mark 4 supra. YOUR QUESTION WAS ANSWERED BY BIG PHIL'S HOTRODS
Yes... all the Supras from the early 80's (Celica Supras) were fuel injected
Yes, it kicks in at redline.
Sorry no, the 87 is a mk3 and the 85 an mk2 very little is the same if any.
The filter is located directly above the rear differential. It is about ten inches in front of the gas tank. Well that's where it is on my 1987 turbo
try replacing ignition condensor
First of all after 1985 they called it Toyota supra not celica supra totaly different body style and for your answer get a big spatula.
it is located behind the right front headlight. take off the intake hose going into the turbo and it should come out with ease
The lug/wheel bolt pattern for the 1986.5-1992 Toyota Supra (Mk III) is 5 x 4.5"
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The mk3 Toyota supras came standard with a 18.5 gal. Fuel tank
It's on the transmission, two 14mm bolts.
its underneath the motor kinda its around the bottom for sure
If its a Tubro (7m-gte) then replace it with the turbo engine (7m-gte) If its non turbo, replace it with the non turbo. The Supras from 1986.5 to 1992 were all interchange able. In fact, the engines from the 79-86 Supras will bolt in as well, how ever they will not plug into your stock harness. The "M" series block is very very interchangeable. Also the 7m Series engine came in the Toyota Cressida of the same years....but only in non turbo form.
If you are looking into the engine bay from the driver side fender it is the silver thing to the right of the fuse box.
under the air filter right below where it connects to the intake