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Celica19driver
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Jan 6, 1:21pm - #367075 
Engine Differences?

Hey everyone. I was just wondering if there were any Major differences in GTS Engines. especially years 00' and 02'. and Which of the years would be the best if it matters.

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FloydianSlip6
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Jan 6, 1:27pm - #367076 
no difference there, but in 03 they used an electronic throttle. The ones WITHOUT electronic throttle are better cause you can use the PFC

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Jan 6, 1:29pm - #367077 
...there ;s a lot of little diff. among the engine years...00 being the madien (debute) year of the 1zz and 2zz...the 02 is the onw the w/ the rev limiter...but can b replaced to rev higher thumbsup


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Jan 6, 1:32pm - #367078 
i have an 02 and it an auto so i dont belive that rev limiter matters much in my case but i heard its a pain for manuels but theres a process to change it


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Jan 6, 1:58pm - #367079 
^There's really no benifit in changing it. You need a PFC.

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Jan 6, 2:01pm - #367080 
Just wanted to add, the engine plastic cover is different.


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Jan 6, 2:37pm - #367081 
The only differances were products of other parts, I don't believe any thing changed on the engine itself. Yes mid to late '02 production the redline was 7800rpm and the cut-off was 8200rpm, and yes in '03+ there is an electronic throttle response which to me is more responsive than cable and I've driven both.


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Jan 6, 3:07pm - #367082 
Originally Posted by Vampyre
Yes mid to late '02 production the redline was 7800rpm and the cut-off was 8200rpm


thats not right even a lil bit.

ALL 2002 models had the early rev limiter at 7800 rpms. only 2000-2001 & 2003-2005 have the 8350 rev limiter.


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