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Anonymous Jul 22, 2:06pm - #3777 
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HUGE Question

Anyone know what the biggest engine you ca nfit under the Hood of a celica 7th Gen. I think it's a lexus 2.5 Liter but im not sure. can anyone try to find that out for me? I have been looking but to no avail!!
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Steven Jul 22, 5:26pm - #3778 
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that would be quite a project... heard you could fit a supra TT in there but I'm not sure.

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Anonymous Jul 23, 7:14am - #3779 
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Whoops, wasn't thinking. I meant that would fit without modifying much of anything. thats why I said a Lexus engine because they are partnered with Toyota. Also, the engine has t obe able to be super/turbocharged! thnx again guys thumbsup

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Anonymous Jul 30, 12:27am - #3780 
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How bout dropping a 3SGTE motor, look at super streets issue on TOP SECRETS TOYOTA SUPRA, if a MR2(90-95MR2)motor can fit in a supra theres a good possibility it could fit on a Celica. Dont be fooled by its size, that engine was able to produce 720hp with Greddy turbos according to TOP SECRET, with all of its modifications. The engine by the way is a japanese 3SGTE MR2 motor.
Check out that article. Find it at superstreetonline.com

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Anonymous Jul 30, 12:30am - #3781 
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Sorry i forgot, wait a couple of more months and the BLITZ super charger would be available for the 2000 up Celica GTS. Find it at blitz-na.com
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