The MFR Engineering Aluminum Aero Kit for the 2020 Toyota Supra was made to be functional first with its solid aluminum construction mounted while being mounted directly to the chassis. Early on in the process of our Supra build the #MIJA90, our Toyota Supra was a bone stock car and with a short window of time to make it to SEMA, we contacted our friends Mike and Richard at MFR Engineering in Montclair, California. This kit is made 100% in the USA actually about 15 minutes from the Mod in Japan office, and we've even had the chance to watch them go through the process.
With decades of experience in fabrication and design, the team at MFR created this kit with the intention of maintaining as many OEM mounting points making it not as least destructive as possible. Design in CAD this kit is precision cut with a CNC Plasma cutter so the tolerances are incredibly precise.
The kit comes 3 pieces: Front Diffuser, the Side Skirts and the Rear Diffuser along with all installation hardware and reinforcement brackets. Detailed photos of the components and the kit installed on our #MIJA90 are below in the gallery at the bottom.
Now one of the most notable and important part of this kit that we want to highlight is that there is a gap in the bottom of the front bumper. This creates a pocket where air can flow while renders the aerodynamics not effective. Many kits and front lips disregard this part and keep it open which make the front diffuse far less effective at generating down force. So while they produced this piece the first thing they did was create a piece to block this area.
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