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Feb 7, 11:04pm - #394345 
1,000HP Celica...well sorta.

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I dont know if anyone has seen this before, but its an interesting read.

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Feb 7, 11:15pm - #394346 
this got me thinking is it possible to fit a I4 engine from a tacoma into a regular celica?


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Feb 7, 11:20pm - #394347 
why does the rear end of drag cars have to look like shit?

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Feb 8, 12:50am - #394348 
Originally Posted by dansgts
why does the rear end of drag cars have to look like shit?


because 1. it doesnt have a rear bumper because rear bumpers cause drag.

and 2. because a lot of pro-rwd cars (such as the turbonetics celica) have wheelie bars..so you need to remove pretty much all of the rear bumper anyway.


and that is NOT a 1,000 horsepower celica...


































it's more like a 1,800 horsepower celica grin

the funny car celica pushes around 3,000 horses..but thats a totally different class.

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Feb 8, 12:55am - #394349 
Originally Posted by Speed4TheNeed
Originally Posted by dansgts
why does the rear end of drag cars have to look like shit?


because 1. it doesnt have a rear bumper because rear bumpers cause drag.

and 2. because a lot of pro-rwd cars (such as the turbonetics celica) have wheelie bars..so you need to remove pretty much all of the rear bumper anyway.


im not saying the bumper, i mean the sheet metal "wing" if you want to call it that. i know it's for aerodynamics and all that shit, just looks dumb.

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Feb 8, 1:08am - #394350 
^^ that it does. but when your pro-rwd you gotta have as much downforce as possible on the rear wheels.

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Feb 8, 1:09am - #394351 
^^^i agree that it looks dumb, but it actually does something for that (those) cars, unlike the "nice" looking wings we generally have.


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Feb 8, 1:13am - #394352 
Originally Posted by dansgts
Originally Posted by Speed4TheNeed
Originally Posted by dansgts
why does the rear end of drag cars have to look like shit?


because 1. it doesnt have a rear bumper because rear bumpers cause drag.

and 2. because a lot of pro-rwd cars (such as the turbonetics celica) have wheelie bars..so you need to remove pretty much all of the rear bumper anyway.


im not saying the bumper, i mean the sheet metal "wing" if you want to call it that. i know it's for aerodynamics and all that shit, just looks dumb.


They aren't concerned with asthetics.

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Feb 8, 11:14am - #394353 
ha, yea thats what weighs down a lot of cars.

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Feb 8, 6:42pm - #394354 
too bad those kind of cars don't hacve a single stock piece in them...


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Feb 8, 7:17pm - #394355 
I don't even think I'd consider that a Celica rolleyes

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Feb 8, 8:46pm - #394356 
I know it's not street legal, but I wonder if it's even possible to drive it on the street.


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Feb 8, 9:46pm - #394357 
Originally Posted by Speed4TheNeed
^^ that it does. but when your pro-rwd you gotta have as much downforce as possible on the rear wheels.

The car is FWD.
But your are right, the wing is there to keep the car stable at high speed.


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