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    what does bpu means for supra?

    like the subject said.
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    basic performance upgrades. I think that just means bolt ons. I'll find out tomorrow. I'm going to the big SELOC meet and there will be 25 Supras there
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    Re: what does bpu means for supra?

    Originally posted by WiCkeDrEx
    like the subject said.
    Basic Performance Upgrades

    pretty much just basic bolts for a supra.. but they have different stages of BPU. BPU+1 could be as simple as intake/catback/hoses
    BPU+2 could be all of 1, but added with boost controller, full exhaust etc...

    you get the idea... I forget what exactly each BPU stage includes, but i believe it differs upon who you ask
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    oh..... lol that was a stupid question. thanks
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