At Santa Pod, UK. Has around 600-650bhp.
:werd: I always liked them, except for the engine. I don't care for the fwd either.Northof49 said:That sounds/looks like fun for days! Since it's on the track in the pic....would love to know what the numbers look like. I never disliked the Celica's look, nor the handling....they just needed something other than a wheezy NA 4 banger.
TRDV6Corolla said:check the lugs on both ends of the car....it looks as if its the 4 lug from the GT-4 Corollas (the replacement for the GT-4 Celica) that were sold overseas. Its alot of work but not ridiculous hard considering the platforms are similar and alot ot the All trac Matrix components can be used (rear spindles, arms and some of the rear carrier). There is an a guy in SF doing this using Matrix All-trac components to a ZZE series Celica. By the looks of things it should stand to work very well. The All trac Matrix puts up some pretty impressive grip #'s considering its utterly underpowered. I think it was C&D that commented that the car slalomed faster than an Audi S4.
YaosAuto said:dude. you are over reacting about what you looking at. how could you tell what wheel lug size are they by looking at it like this? is there any website saying this is a AWD car?