Based on the photos: the serial number, headstock, and the humbuckers, I would estimate that your Limited Edition is either a late 1986 model or an early 1987.
Disregard any postings that have called the Limited Edition model Tokai Strats "budget" models. Almost all Limited Edition, along with Super Edition and Strong Edition, were Tokai transition models. Tokai trying out new or different things according to market demand. They were usually made for only about a year and then discontinued.
The Limited Edition for 1986/87 was sometimes referred to as an ST101. Japanese marketing people during the 70s and 80s liked to label their guitar models with the list price as valued in Yen. 101 representing 101,000 Yen. Pretty reasonable compared to US Dollars. Japanese deliberately unvalued their currency and still do so.
The 1986 Limited Edition was considered a Super Strat or Fat Strat in response to Metal guitarists who toured Japan and fell for the Tokai Strat but demanded beefy humbuckers, or a combination of humbucker with single coils to have more tone on hand. Like having a Les Paul PAF built into a Stratocaster.
Humbuckers had been used off and on for earlier model Tokai Strats but as expected most of the players that came before the Metal crowd coveted the single coil pups for that authentic Fender sound.
Also the jack socket was moved from the top to the side for the more active wammy bar Metal players (cable to the top mounted jack socket could sometimes get in the way). Previous generations of Tokai buyers were more traditional in wanting exact Strat copies, with top mounted jack sockets, and of course with all the Japanese quality they had come to love.
Whatever you do, don't perform any serious mods to a Limited Edition. They are currently undervalued, but will definitely grow in appreciation with time.
Hope this info helps you out.