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Apr 6, 2:16pm - #146805 
DIFFRENCE BETWEEN GT GTS

Buying A celica I want A GTS but Its been very hard to find one here in winnipeg.
So i was woundering what the diffrence are beside the 6 speed and the 180 hp on the GTS

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Apr 6, 2:33pm - #146806 
GTS has rear brake discs, GT has drums, GTS makes its power at higher revs, and has a redline of 8,200 RPM, the GT has 140 hp, but almost as much torque, makes its power at lower revs, and redlines at 6,800 rpm...and the GT costs less...those are the basics

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Apr 6, 2:36pm - #146807 
just a FYI, Toyota has a website thumbsup

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Apr 6, 2:54pm - #146808 
Originally Posted by Gen7fan
just a FYI, Toyota has a website thumbsup


werd...check it out rolleyes

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Apr 6, 3:01pm - #146809 
this should help...

https://www.celicahobby.com/tech/2002celica.html


i have owned both and the general consensus is that the Gt has a better tourque curve than the GTS below 6K rpm. The GTS obviously gets a spike of 20whp at "lift" (when it changes to it's 2nd cams)...personally they're different cars for different uses...auto-x'ers prefer GT even though both models corner well...basically the "S" comes with rear brakes,"lift", plus frills (leather seats, 16" wheels, etc.)

of course look at insurance rates...the GTS typically will have a higher insurance rate...ranging from 10-40 dollars more over the GT. just know what you want and what you don't need and you'll be fine thumbsup


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yoru such a clown, i wish you lived in nyc, i would love to just give you the beating that youve probably never gotten in your life.
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Apr 6, 3:58pm - #146810 
In addition to what some people have said, a lot of things that would be otherwise optional on the GT, is standard on the GTS. Such as 16 inch alloy wheels, fog lights, etc.


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Apr 6, 5:34pm - #146811 
Whats the difference between chicken salad and chicken shit??? ALOT well same thing IMO...


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Apr 6, 6:42pm - #146812 
Originally Posted by BlackCelicaGTS
Whats the difference between chicken salad and chicken shit??? ALOT well same thing IMO...


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Apr 6, 7:05pm - #146813 
the GT's in europe have 6 speed trannys and rear discs..


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Apr 7, 1:39am - #146814 
Originally Posted by My Sixth Gear
the GT's in europe have 6 speed trannys and rear discs..


The only difference in Denmark (where the Celicas are called "Toyota Celica" and "Toyota Celica T sport") is the engine (T sport with 192 hp the other with 143 hp).

Only option is leather seats - and they only comes with manual transmission (6 speed)...


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Apr 7, 9:39am - #146815 
GTS's engine, the 2zz, is a work of art that IMO will make power above 9500rpm with the right work and fuel maps.


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Apr 7, 9:44am - #146816 
Originally Posted by ct
this should help...

https://www.celicahobby.com/tech/2002celica.html


i have owned both and the general consensus is that the Gt has a better tourque curve than the GTS below 6K rpm. The GTS obviously gets a spike of 20whp at "lift" (when it changes to it's 2nd cams)...personally they're different cars for different uses...auto-x'ers prefer GT even though both models corner well...basically the "S" comes with rear brakes,"lift", plus frills (leather seats, 16" wheels, etc.)

of course look at insurance rates...the GTS typically will have a higher insurance rate...ranging from 10-40 dollars more over the GT. just know what you want and what you don't need and you'll be fine thumbsup


you are right about the gt having a slightly better torque curve below 6k rpms...but just look at the spike in the gts torque when you do hit 6-8rpm thumbsup thumbsup

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Apr 7, 2:05pm - #146817 
Originally Posted by sPeEd4tHeNeEd
Originally Posted by ct
this should help...

https://www.celicahobby.com/tech/2002celica.html


i have owned both and the general consensus is that the Gt has a better tourque curve than the GTS below 6K rpm. The GTS obviously gets a spike of 20whp at "lift" (when it changes to it's 2nd cams)...personally they're different cars for different uses...auto-x'ers prefer GT even though both models corner well...basically the "S" comes with rear brakes,"lift", plus frills (leather seats, 16" wheels, etc.)

of course look at insurance rates...the GTS typically will have a higher insurance rate...ranging from 10-40 dollars more over the GT. just know what you want and what you don't need and you'll be fine thumbsup


you are right about the gt having a slightly better torque curve below 6k rpms...but just look at the spike in the gts torque when you do hit 6-8rpm thumbsup thumbsup

eek




yup that's what i was saying thumbsup although you circled the tq i was stating the 20whp increase. see how it spikes from 112 to 130 @ 6Keek...that shit pushes you back like a mofo and the TRD exhaust sounds so indy car like "whhhhhaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!!"...it's cool. even rsx owners admit to lift being such a kick in the ass. not to say i-vtec is a slouch because theirs kicks in at 5800... grin


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