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Angus
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Oct 24, 7:58am - #307992 
Australian Celica - is it the US GTS ?

Hi all.

I have a brand new Celica purchased in Australia.

I am travelling to the USA and I plan to buy some accessories while there so I am trying to figure out what the equivalent US model is. In particular I need to match the engine, since I'm looking for a turbo kit.

For the record, I got these numbers from the delivery docket for my car :

Material code : 2823130R0FA20202
Katashiki : ZZT231R-BLFGFQ ----- Suffix R0
Engine No. : 2ZZ0143788
VIN No. : JTD DY38T1 00073971

I don't know for sure but I think my car is the equivalent of the US GTS.

Can anybody clarify this for me?

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Thanks

Angus

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thE_laW
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Oct 24, 9:23am - #307993 
well im gonna go out on a limb and say it is on par with the gts, becuase the engine number seems to start with 2ZZ. other than that i couldnt tell ya.


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combatc87
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Oct 24, 9:34am - #307994 
yeah, i agree with the_law, engine code 2zz is the GTS engine


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2000 Toyota Celica

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Oct 24, 9:47am - #307995 
^^ it is the gts engine.

i beleive both australian celica models use the gts engine..i know for sure the "SX" version does thumbsup

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eddie_725
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Miami, Fl
Oct 24, 10:04am - #307996 
I think it wil be different cause in Australia you guys drive on the other side so streeing is differnt confused

If anything there is always custom work.


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2003cbgts
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Oct 24, 10:14am - #307997 
yup. got yourself a gts there mate.. congratulations thumbsup

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Akita
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Oct 24, 11:43am - #307998 
You'll be able to use all the mods for the UK 190 and T Sport too mate. thumbsup
Doesn't seem to be anything too different under the Hood as far as I can tell.. do you get 'roo bars as an option over there? rofl rofl Jus' kiddin!!

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Oct 24, 12:12pm - #307999 
^^ he is right thumbsup


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Oct 24, 2:54pm - #308000 
lol..i wanna see that,an brush guard on a celi

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biggamejk
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Oct 24, 7:43pm - #308001 
Originally Posted by Akita
You'll be able to use all the mods for the UK 190 and T Sport too mate. thumbsup
Doesn't seem to be anything too different under the Hood as far as I can tell.. do you get 'roo bars as an option over there? rofl rofl Jus' kiddin!!


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Freehold, NJ
Oct 25, 11:12pm - #308002 
Steering, AC lines, brake fluid reservoir and master cylinder are all on the wrong... er, opposite side of the engine bay on RHD Celicas. grin You also don't have a VSV for the charcoal canister up front (which is usually attached to an aftermarket Intake with a thick, colored, silicone hose).

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Perth, Australia
Oct 26, 4:34am - #308003 
Yes, all Celicas in Australia have the VVTL-i engine (same as the American GTS). There are basically two versions, the SX and the ZR. Both have the same engine, and mechanicals except the ZR comes standard with sunroof, ABS, side airbags etc.

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Oct 26, 6:16am - #308004 
Roo Bars are standard...Optional racks on top of your celi to carry your pet Kanga around

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