Acura RSX Type-S vs. VW New Beetle Turbo S, Hyundai Tiburon GT V-6, Toyota…

Rubric: Toyota Celica | 5 Янв 2015 | no comments yet »
Acura RSX Type-S vs. VW New Beetle Turbo S, Hyundai Tiburon GT V-6, Toyota…

Toyota Celica GT-S Second Place (tie): Four Wedges and a Bubble If you’ve got clout with your congressional rep—these days that means, what, a credit balance with his or her ever-ravenous campaign?—you can scam a ride in an F-15. But if, like most of us, you haven’t pledged sufficiently, you’ll have to settle for a demo jaunt in a Celica GT-S. It’s the closest you can come for less than 25 large to the jet-fighter sort of bubble-packed zoom. Is there a more exciting cockpit this side of the Acura NSX? The Celica has a huge windshield that starts low, down by your knees it seems, and sweeps back toward your forehead. If there are bogeys overhead, you’ll ...

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Toyota Celica cars

Rubric: Toyota Celica | 4 Янв 2015 | no comments yet »
Toyota Celica cars

Toyota Celica cars: sport and turbo-muscle Hitting the road in 1971, the Celica was an enjoyable twisty-road car, with an independent front suspension, light weight, and a four-cylinder engine giving a good balance of gas mileage and acceleration, with an emphasis on cornering and shifting. The Celica was sold in more versions in Japan than in the rest of the world. The basic design may derive from the 2000GT sports car, which had a much higher price (and greater performance), but which was largely designed by Yamaha, according to industry writers; while the Celica name is Latin for “celestial.” Both 2000GT and Celica were rear wheel drive. The Celica had full instrumentation, ...

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Mopar 318-powered Toyota Celica

Rubric: Toyota Celica | 1 Янв 2015 | no comments yet »
Mopar 318-powered Toyota Celica

Putting a Chrysler 318 V8 into a Toyota Celica The 318 cubic inch Mopar V8 is legendary for its durability, not to mention its high-performance siblings: the 340. the 360. and, of course, the Viper V-10. Meanwhile, on the other side of the street, Toyota’s main sales points are its reliability and relative lack of lemons. What’s more, though the 318 was a good, sturdy engine, it was usually hampered by economy tuning and relatively heavy vehicles to push around. What would happen if a 318 was given proper tuning and placed into a nice, light car? Like a Toyota Celica? Brandon Robinson is going to find out. The rest of this page is his. The engine compartment in the 1985 Celica ...

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