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yangster
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yangster Sep 10, 7:08pm - #271620 
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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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Eau Claire
2000 models, GT Block with a GTS Head?

Whats up celica fans!!!! Would or has anyone put a celica gts head on a gt block. Will it even work?
Anyone have any ideas???
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AZZKIKR
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AZZKIKR Sep 10, 7:37pm - #271621 

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2003 Toyota Celica GT

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ATL GA
no it will not work, the cylinders on the GTs block and the GT block are different, and the bolt holes will not match up for the mounting of the head on the block...plus the valves are too big for the GT block...nice idea...you aren't the first one...but sorry, it doesn't work. Now, if you had say a 3rd generation supra with a 1jz-gte, a popular and perfectly matching and functional head swap would be to put the head off of a 2jz-gte on the 1jz-gte block...it is said to give 30 - 40 hp on the supra 1jz-gte...but again sorry, it doesn't work on the zz series of toyota engines
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Furi Kuri
Zero Sep 10, 11:54pm - #271622 

Furi Kuri
2002 Toyota Celica GT

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too bad our engines are as interchangable as hondas. cool

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