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dif. on 00 and 02 ? #228831 Jul 21, 8:09pm Jul 21, 8:09pm
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dif. on 00 and 02 ?
ok i had a 02 before and now i got an 00 and i fhink the stearring was more sensitive on the 02 is this rigth? or is it just me or the car that is broken?

Re: dif. on 00 and 02 ? [Re: oas] #228832 Jul 22, 12:21am Jul 22, 12:21am
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something wrong with one of the cars. depends of the rim size, tire tread, alignment, balance...

Re: dif. on 00 and 02 ? [Re: stefanoc] #228833 Jul 22, 10:25am Jul 22, 10:25am
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wath is alignament?

Re: dif. on 00 and 02 ? [Re: oas] #228834 Jul 22, 2:41pm Jul 22, 2:41pm
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did you ever think it could be the differetn tires cauase tires alone will maek a huge difference in the sharpness f yoru steering at turn in.

also maybe since your car is 4 years old nwo maybe your bushing may need to be replaced.


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Re: dif. on 00 and 02 ? [Re: Krayze] #228835 Jul 22, 4:04pm Jul 22, 4:04pm
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this car have only got 40 000 km on it the old one had 78 000 and this new car was first registrerd in oktober 2003
it is diffrent rims but they are 16 like the old once dont know about the wide

Re: dif. on 00 and 02 ? [Re: oas] #228836 Jul 22, 7:39pm Jul 22, 7:39pm
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For Performance an early 00 is the best. That's just my opinion. I've noticed the Celica loosens up a lot regardless. I put a mile on it, but it also depends on the driver and roads, I guess. The older Celica may need some suspension work like struts. Something might have been lose or bent. Bushings that are worn or worked in. I would put it on the mileage or kilometerage, if that's a word, and how the new car was driven previously compared to the old.

Re: dif. on 00 and 02 ? [Re: hephaestus] #228837 Jul 22, 8:04pm Jul 22, 8:04pm
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the old one was just of a lisence coperation so many noobs drived the car and the new one have had a owner but dont fhink he was a racer kinda type more like avrage driving i fhink but you never know

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