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Technical #80077 Jan 10, 7:16pm Jan 10, 7:16pm
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Does anybody have:

1) Links to tech articles on the GTS engine (I read the one provided in the "Tech Info" section of this site, but there really isnt much there)

2) Pictures of the internals of the head off of a GTS engine.


I understand that "lift" for the GTS is similar in concept to Honda's Vtec, but I'm interested in how the GTS engine accomplishes said "lift". Articles and pictures would help, so let's have it. Thank you.


My lugnuts require more torque than my Honda produces.
Re: Technical [Re: Whatitdo] #80078 Jan 10, 8:28pm Jan 10, 8:28pm
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My lugnuts require more torque than my Honda produces.
Re: Technical [Re: Whatitdo] #80079 Jan 10, 8:54pm Jan 10, 8:54pm
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glad to see some honda users are taking an interest in the celica. here are a few things i found, the 1st & 2nd site say mainly the same things..with few different things being discussed. the 2nd to last site has a diagram that may prove helpful and the last site is a spinoff of the 2nd to last site (sorry if thats confusing.

that said, enjoy: http://www.canadiandriver.com/testdrives/00celica.htm (you will be looking for "Standard 1.8 litre Engine All You Really Need" this is more towards the bottom)


http://canadianautopress.auto123.com/en/info/roadtest/view.spy?make=toyota&artid=2321&pg=2 (the bottom of page 1, and the top of page 2 contains a bit of tech info)


these two sites go hand-in-hand: http://www.corollaperformance.com/TechInfo/VVTLi.html and http://www.corollaperformance.com/TechInfo/2ZZGE.html




Re: Technical [Re: Whatitdo] #80080 Jan 10, 8:58pm Jan 10, 8:58pm
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Don't treat the forums like your personal chatroom. If you have read through our tech section you would of found out how VVTi and VVTLi works. As for pictures, you need to perform a search. Thread Closed.

Originally Posted by Whatitdo
Does anybody have:

1) Links to tech articles on the GTS engine (I read the one provided in the "Tech Info" section of this site, but there really isnt much there)

2) Pictures of the internals of the head off of a GTS engine.


I understand that "lift" for the GTS is similar in concept to Honda's Vtec, but I'm interested in how the GTS engine accomplishes said "lift". Articles and pictures would help, so let's have it. Thank you.

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