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Tameanaka
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Tameanaka Apr 8, 5:19pm - #11310 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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Engine

What are the possibilities of putting a new engine in my celica?? My friend is telling me that the engine from a twin turbo supra would fit in there. I really don't know much about anything like this. What engines could i put in there?

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celicaGTS01
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celicaGTS01 Apr 8, 5:59pm - #11311 
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i don't mean to be rude but your friend is obviously a moron, there is no way you could fit a 2jz engine in our car, look under the Hood, there's not even enough room for a supercharger let alone a straight 6 with twin turbo's, but you can fit a 3sgte from the alltrac i believe, there is a guy on newcelica.org that is doing it now but it would cost a ton of money and lots of time because its all custom work
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dontmesswithkram
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dontmesswithkram Apr 8, 6:05pm - #11312 

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ya dude, the only way you could fit a supra engine in our car would be to put it in ur back seat and trunk. or push your dash so far back that it makes your car a 2 seater.

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XxMerlinxX
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XxMerlinxX Apr 8, 6:10pm - #11313 
2000 Silver Toyota Celica
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In the trunk... hmmmm... *ponder*ponder*

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SuperCharged
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SuperCharged Apr 8, 6:40pm - #11314 
2000 Absolutely Red Toyota Celica
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OH man that'd be so expensive.. but very, very sweet! A RWD Celi with a 2JZ twin turbo motor. MMMM *drools*

Absolutely Red awesome canyon road hugger with impressive straight-line acceleration.
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