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Let's join TheStradman as he fits a straight pipe on his new Toyota Supra and discusses the widebody kit he's ordering too.

If you know TheStradman, AKA James, then you know he's like a Duracell bunny that ate too many sweets. His energy is electrifying and contagious, but he's entertaining and loves his cars.

Not only does he love his cars, but he loves modifying them too. Today, we join him as he visits a few friends who are going to fit a straight pipe exhaust to his new 2020 Toyota Supra. It's hilarious to listen to, what he calls his "vacuum cleaner", compared to the other cars in the garage – like a twin-turbo, 1000-wheel horsepower Lamborghini Huracan or an insanely loud Audi R8.

After a few donuts and burnouts, he heads off to some other friends to take a first look at the Pandem widebody kit he's going to have installed. This body kit is nuts, especially the two rear wing options, but it's a case of go-big-or-go-home. Besides, isn't this why Toyota built the Supra with the aftermarket in mind?

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