Ryan Tuerck is Building a Supra Mk5 with a Judd 4.0 L V10

Ryan Tuerck Supra Mk5 with a 4.0 L Judd V10

Ryan Tuerck is building what he calls the ultimate Supra. The foundation for the project is a fifth generation Toyota Supra that he plans to reduce the overall weight to 2,500 lbs. Ryan is replacing the factory turbocharged 3.0 L B58 inline-six with a naturally aspirated 4.0 L Judd GV4 V10 capable of 730-750 horsepower at 11,000 rpm. The motor was previously used in Doran Lista Racing’s SP1 that won the 2002 24 Hours of Daytona. When completed, Ryan plans to use the Supra in drifting, time attack, and hill climb. Update 10-26-2020: Added video of Ryan explaining the project in depth.

Ryan Tuerck Supra Mk5 with a 4.0 L Judd V10

Ryan Tuerck Supra Mk5 with a 4.0 L Judd V10

Source: Ryan Tuerck

2 thoughts on “Ryan Tuerck is Building a Supra Mk5 with a Judd 4.0 L V10”

  1. SheepishLordofChaos

    This car, if he pulls this off, will sound f*cking amazing. Those Judd engines are works of art and sing and opera like no other. I can’t wait to see this. Tuerck is a man after my own automotive heart.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.