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88Mr2Sc
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88Mr2Sc Mar 24, 9:59pm - #425014 
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1988 Toyota MR2

Joined: Mar 2005
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Norfolk
I going to get a 85 st, need output on upgrade performance.

Ok. I got a web site to a get resource. Lc(something).com. I want to know what I should do to the car first? And also I found this.

Hey I just bought an 85 GTS cuope an looking for a four side webber set up to replace the EFI system an make the engine about 240hp.What is the best place to look for one.An does TRD make a possi gears for that old of a Celica

Any ideal?
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zugzug12
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zugzug12 Mar 24, 10:12pm - #425015 

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OKC,OK

"I will be merciful.........and quick!"
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88Mr2Sc
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88Mr2Sc Mar 24, 11:31pm - #425016 
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1988 Toyota MR2

Joined: Mar 2005
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Norfolk
I test drove the car and it is weak. From 1st to what is it, fifth, yes, weak. I like the 86 + model better. The celica supra is nice too. But the st, gt, gts is weak. It make a good daily driver that's about it. Car looks nice inside and outside. Still thinking about getting it. I'm going search on e-bay and autotrader. Also ae86 pages.
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RedSunCelica
FWD
RedSunCelica Mar 26, 1:24am - #425017 

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1995 Toyota Celica

Joined: Jun 2002
Posts: 497
San Diego CA
alight the 3rd and 4th gens celica yes they are slow. if possible stop looking for a ST or GT and look for the Alltrac model best way for performance.

if your stuck with getting the ST or GT model its ok. remove the weak 4a/5s motor from there and replace it with a 3sGTE from the ST205 Celica the motor itself is good for 225 hp stock to the wheels and very good for upgrades.

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