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If you're in the mood to nerd-out on some car tech, then this video of the assembly of a trick 2020 Toyota Supra engine – which is aiming for 1000hp – then this video is just for you.

The new 2020 Toyota Supra, as divisive as it is, is set for modification. From bodywork to drive train, the Supra is set to be one of the most modified models on sale today.

With this in mind, we join Stephan Papadakis as he sets about assembling a modified version of the 2020 Supra engine. The goal? 1000hp.

The intricacies of this rebuild are incredible, with many specific tools required to make the job a tad easier. Papadakis is an excellent narrator, though, as he explains every step in great detail. He is thorough, transparent and informative. Heck, he's even got a sense of humour!

His shop is spotless, and the custom parts that he's had made are of the highest quality too. This is an astonishing example of how both a workshop and workmanship should be.

If you want to find out more, then press play on the video below. It'll be the most informative flick you'll watch all week.

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