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Larry_GTS
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Nov 13, 12:47pm - #325250 
2000 Toyota Celica GT 5spd with a Jdm Gts motor

I cam across this guy selling his car on housten-imports. I didn't think anyone had done this swap... and it even has lift engament at 6200.

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Nov 13, 1:24pm - #325251 
It's the same as a regular GT to GTS swap. The performance of the JDM and USDM 2ZZs are exactly the same, it's just the ECU tuning that gives them different hp output due to emissions (and different hp conversions). Either way, I'd never buy a car with that extent of stuff done to it. I can only imagine how many things can go wrong. thumbsdown

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Nov 13, 1:37pm - #325252 
yea I was looking at it and it didn't look very safe and it seemed like itw ould be more trouble then its worth. I just didn't know how many people knew about it.

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Nov 13, 6:43pm - #325253 
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Nov 14, 11:09am - #325254 
Originally Posted by Blue_Bomber
It's the same as a regular GT to GTS swap. The performance of the JDM and USDM 2ZZs are exactly the same, it's just the ECU tuning that gives them different hp output due to emissions (and different hp conversions). Either way, I'd never buy a car with that extent of stuff done to it. I can only imagine how many things can go wrong. thumbsdown


yup so true...they probably beaten the shit out of it only to find it breaking apart in a few months


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Nov 14, 2:42pm - #325255 
How hard would it be to put a GTS in a GT

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Nov 14, 2:43pm - #325256 
5spd gts is stupid... you could never land lift rofl

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Nov 14, 5:47pm - #325257 
1) he shoulda put the 6spd in
2) jdm 2zz dont mean crap. I'd put $100 down saying hes running a us spec ecu. thumbsup


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