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Feb 4, 9:30pm - #391784 
Gas?

Which is more expensive the 350Z or Celica when it comes to gas?


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Feb 4, 9:37pm - #391785 
350Z... 3.5L V6 20/26 mpg
celica gts... 1.8L I4 27/33 mpg

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Feb 4, 9:56pm - #391786 
Celica is definitally more fuel efficient thumbsup

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Feb 4, 11:08pm - #391787 
ALWAYS USE 93 OR HIGHER OCTANE IN THE GTS ALWAYS. Sorry about the caps, but i wanted my point to get a cross. Celica is more efficient.


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Feb 5, 12:34am - #391788 
Hell I dont even use 91 and you expect me to buy 93?


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Feb 5, 12:35am - #391789 
Yeah I know, but I thought that you only HAD to use 91 if you have a turbo


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Feb 5, 1:31am - #391790 
The GTS engine requires higher octane fule 91 or higher because of the High compression.

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Feb 5, 1:48am - #391791 
Originally Posted by crespo_h69
Yeah I know, but I thought that you only HAD to use 91 if you have a turbo


Anyone with a GTS HAS to use 91+. It's all about the compression ratio.


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Feb 5, 2:09am - #391792 
My Celica has been the best fuel efficient car I've ever had thumbsup

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Feb 5, 10:21am - #391793 
Originally Posted by crespo_h69
Hell I dont even use 91 and you expect me to buy 93?

If you have a GTS: You sir, are a dumbass.

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Feb 5, 11:25am - #391794 
can you say bye bye engine if using under 91 octane wave


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Feb 5, 11:28am - #391795 
yes.. high compression requires better octane. which sucks though cause here in CA the gas prices are one of the highest.. yet the highest SUPREME octane is 91.

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Feb 5, 3:01pm - #391796 
How long will it last using only 89?


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Feb 5, 3:14pm - #391797 
lower octane gas will cause the engine to knock because the fuel/air mix will combust too early and that is why it knocks.. that is why toyota recommends a minimum of 91 octane on the gts


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Feb 5, 5:36pm - #391798 
Guy that sold me mine told me, AND put in 89 when we bought it


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Feb 5, 5:51pm - #391799 
well the guy who sold you it was a idiot.

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