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NCRedDirk
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NCRedDirk Jul 31, 1:06am - #236813 
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? HOw MUch HP...

how much Hp dose a stock celica have my friend there is one that has 200 stock what type is that..??
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GTS02 Jul 31, 1:08am - #236814 

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ALL of the 1.8L celicas come stock with 180hp. I dont think there is one that has 200 that doesnt have any type of aftermarket parts. (Cold air, exhaust...)
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ivantrd
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ivantrd Jul 31, 1:12am - #236815 

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stop posting numbers at the crank... whp is the only # that really matters wink

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CrimsonCelica04 Jul 31, 1:13am - #236816 
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The GTS is the top of the line Celica. The year 2000+ series only have 180HP stock. And the GT only has 140HP stock. So i dont know what your friend has. It might be an older Celica i dont know much about those.
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Octaandy Jul 31, 1:37am - #236817 
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i could be wrong...but i've heard that the 6th gen GT4 had like 220hp
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Haulin_A_Doo Jul 31, 1:51am - #236818 
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Originally Posted by ivantrd
stop posting numbers at the crank... whp is the only # that really matters wink


All manufacturers use crank horses, so if you want to compare car to car on the lot, thats what you have to use.
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ivantrd
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ivantrd Jul 31, 2:03am - #236819 

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Originally Posted by Haulin_A_Doo
Originally Posted by ivantrd
stop posting numbers at the crank... whp is the only # that really matters wink


All manufacturers use crank horses, so if you want to compare car to car on the lot, thats what you have to use.


that's right and only to sucker people into believing in fake power they DON'T have...

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QTRMLR_1 Jul 31, 2:48am - #236820 

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well yeah, it does sound better and dealers do exploit that...but shame on the person who doesn't know any better, that's their fault. Like the kid who looks in a car mag and sees an evo8 putting out 240 at the wheels and so he thinks if he buys a GTS with "180" and puts in a 75 shot he will beat the evo8!! hahah...no way.

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Virgilson Jul 31, 3:13am - #236821 

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how about the European celica edition, the T-Sport, don't they come stock with more that 180BHP
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combatc87 Jul 31, 3:57am - #236822 

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I know the GT4's put out a lot. They're 4WD Turbo's(?) but aren't available in the US, nor in the 7th Gen body redesign.

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hkysk8r86 Jul 31, 4:05am - #236823 

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yeah, the GT4's came stock with around 200hp w/ Turbo. you can have one shipped from over seas for close to 56g's spineyes
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blueTRD Jul 31, 4:43am - #236824 
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the sports M comes with 200 hp (at the crank)

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speed_celica Jul 31, 7:20am - #236825 

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European version of the 7th gen GTS has 190 @ the Crank.
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stefanoc Jul 31, 8:21am - #236826 

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euro edition is either 190 or 195. thanks to our programmed ecus that qualify to the "emissions" and 91 premium gasoline. in europe and asia, you can find 98 octane easily, and the ecu is programmed a little differently.
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Jae Jul 31, 10:55am - #236827 

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The JDM Msport celica comes with 195 hp stock.
its almost 200. and regular ss-II came with 185 hp.
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celicat23 Aug 1, 9:47pm - #236828 

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In europe, we have the CELICA T-SPORT. Here are some FACTS, from toyota's own webpage:

Engine: 1.8 16v VVTL-i
Cylinders: 4
Valve mechanism: 16 valves DOHC
Maximum effect: 192hk at 7800 rpm
Maximum torque: 180nm at 6800 rpm
Bore&stroke: 82.0 x 85.0
Compression: 11.5:1
Top speed: 225 km/h
Fuel: 95 octane
Weight: 1140kg (40 more than the european gt)

Hope that helps.

And all european gt's (simply known as "celica") have the 6 speed manual transmission as standard.
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Larry_GTS Aug 1, 9:49pm - #236829 
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umm... T-sport , I want one .
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