11 Jan CFF70 | Toyota Supra
Curva Concepts CFF70
MKV Toyota Supra
What can we say about the A90 Toyota Supra that you don’t already know? BMW’s stout B58 engine and interior with Toyota’s Gazoo Racing department dialing in the details. This car is literally the best of what BMW and Toyota have to offer. Too bold? Maybe, but the MKV Supra is a bold car. While doing our daily Instagram scouting, we came across Eric (@mkv.soupra) and his track-ready Supra. Well, you know the rest. Considering we’ve not done many MKV Supra’s, we really wanted to do a unique fitment on Eric’s, especially because he takes the car to the track often.
After going back-and-forth via messaging we set up a test fit. We ran through a bunch of fitments, but Eric knew what he wanted from a set of wheels; and that’s a wider track. So, we did what most people don’t do: run a super aggressive square setup on an RWD sports coupe. Are we nuts or are we actual geniuses? Hmm.
Continue reading to learn more about this track-ready MKV Toyota Supra.
Size: 19×10 +28
Finish: Gloss Black
Okay, let’s jump into the meat and bones of this track-spec MKV Supra. But first, a quick recap on what the OEM Supra fitment: 19×9 ET32 in the front and 19×10 ET40 in the rear. To be fair, not half bad for a factory fitment, and more than capable of holding it down on a weekend drive.
However, Eric takes this thing to the track often, so the factory setup will hold you back if you’re chasing lap times. That said, Eric decided the best bet was to go for a 19×10 ET28 fitment on all four corners. We mounted up our Flow Forged Curva Concepts CFF70’s in a gloss black finish, and it looked great on the Renaissance Red paint. As for tires, how can you not run the Michelin PS4S? Tires all around are 275/35/19.
By going to an ET28 from the OEM ET40 and mounting that on the front axles, we’re able to achieve a much more aggressive stance. Additionally, this setup provides an incredible amount of traction; perfect for track days.
As if the beefy wheel and tire combo wasn’t enough, Eric’s MK5 has a plethora of aftermarket goodies, listed below.
- Seibon MB-Style Front Lip
- Seibon MB-Style Rear Diffuser
- Infamous Aero Side Skirt Extensions
- Streethunter Rear Wing
- Versus Engineering Front Drive Planes
- Versus Engineering Wind Diffusers
- Titan Motorsport Catless Downpipe
- Tomei Dual Exit Titanium Exhaust
- AEM Cold Air Intake
- FTP Motorsport Aluminum Charge Pipe
- VTT Crankcase Breather
- Versus Engineering Brake Master Cylinder Brace
- HKS Hipermax SP Coilovers
- Studio RSR EDC Canceller
Wheels & Tires
- Curva Concepts CFF70 19×10 ET28
- Michelin Pilot Sport 4S 275/35/19