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celica_182
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celica_182 Feb 23, 8:53pm - #407870 

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Look How much TQ the Celica has in my Country

All Im talking about its why Here in the US can make it with this Mucho Torque look at this
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celica_182
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celica_182 Feb 23, 8:54pm - #407871 

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This would be nice to have here in the Us spec frown
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stefanoc Feb 23, 9:13pm - #407872 

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thats a typo error. a celica never has that much power. plus no 4cyl engine can provide that much tq
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Eman Feb 23, 9:18pm - #407873 

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hmmm interesting, i cant figure out what it could be.

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celica_182 Feb 23, 9:18pm - #407874 

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why not?
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stefanoc Feb 23, 9:21pm - #407875 

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just impossible. big engine like 5.0L provide more torque. you cant get more than our car already has its like 113tq i think. plus you cant modify it and have the tq only raise and not the HP. definetely an error, but that would have been great if there was an engine like that.
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Eman Feb 23, 10:06pm - #407876 

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^^^^did you get Altezza tail lights, i think i saw on pacific again.

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celicat23 Feb 23, 11:46pm - #407877 

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Polykarb Feb 23, 11:52pm - #407878 

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NM is a different measuring state then torque, he is in another country. But the 2ZZ will never put out that much torque unless it's turbo'ed.

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GT4 Feb 24, 12:11am - #407879 

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rofl rofl
Read carefully guys.
It's 177 NM (Newton-Meter) = 133 ft-lbs

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Eman Feb 24, 12:13am - #407880 

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i cant read cry cry cry cry cry

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RevMonster Feb 24, 12:59am - #407881 

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Originally Posted by GT4
rofl rofl
Read carefully guys.
It's 177 NM (Newton-Meter) = 133 ft-lbs


Damn, you got to it first. You guys forget the rest of the world doesn't use our whack measurement system. rofl

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QTRMLR_1 Feb 24, 1:04am - #407882 

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noticed it right away. btw torque is in lb-ft. using a torque wrench to perform a specified amount of work is specified in ft-lbs.

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Shiftyz1x Feb 24, 1:27am - #407883 

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Originally Posted by GT4
rofl rofl
Read carefully guys.
It's 177 NM (Newton-Meter) = 133 ft-lbs



get em grin
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