This is my 1986 toyota Corolla AE86 with a JDM 2jz 850cc injectors,
Aeromotive A1000 fuel pump, single Precision ball bearing turbo, electromotive tec2 computer. 531 WHP 459
lbs-ft at 21 PSI off Boost, it's has
original rear end and a W58 transmission from a Lexus SC300, ACT Extreme
Clutch pressure plate. The complete fuel system, welding and wiring of the
computer was done by my friend Alex of lawrence, ma. The vehicle was tuned
by freddy of mecanica el silensioso of Canovanas Puerto rico.
2jz swap in a corolla ae86
well it is running and is sick show and go 2jz t70 single turbo in a ae86 corolla,using the help of mvp,sds
fuel stand alone,jc customs,toyota dealer,all the techs at my work and the
wife for putting up with many husbanless nights
2JZ turbo Toyota Corolla
Scott Hoffman's awesome 2JZ Toyota Corolla runs back to back flat eights on
275 radials. Scott also qualified number one in a 10.5 slick tyre field.
2JZ Turbo Corolla SMOKIN the dyno - Over 1000rwhp
This is one little....nasty creation. Ultimately Laid down over 1000rwhp.
This was 1st pull on the Dyno, and they got out of it. If
memory serves me correctly it's a 1982, and runs in the 6's at around
230mph at the big end! If that isn't incredible enough...The body is
totally in immaculate condition, through and through.
Check out SmokinStangs.com for additional pics on this SMOKIN ride!
Sure it's not a Mustang...but as horsepower junkies we surely
can appreciate this impressive, wild & unique creation.
Toyota Special at Swiss Hillclimb 2012, Toyota Corolla AE86, Celica ST, GT86, Yaris Cup
Check this for great motorsport DVD's: http://www.swissrace.ch/shop/
This is a tribute to all Toyota drivers which was present on at least one
of the following Events:
Hillclimb Ayent - Anzère
Hillclimb St-Ursanne - Les Rangiers
Hilllclimb Châtel-St-Denis - Les Paccots
Drivers and Cars:
0:01 Werner Rohr, Toyota Corolla AE86, 1.6
2:50 Andreas Lanz, Toyota Corolla AE86, 1.6
3:48 Fabien Christinet, Toyota Corolla Coupe, 1.6
4:08 Stive Maillard, Toyota Corolla AE86, 1.6
4:17 Daniel Diehl, Toyota Corolla, 1.6
4:31 Loïc Werlé, Toyota Celica ST 162, 2.0
4:41 Andreas Lanz, Toyota GT86, 2.0
4:54 Stephan Moser, Toyota Yaris Cup, 1.3
5:07 Daniel Schlup, Toyota Yaris Cup, 1.3
5:22 Yves Fröhlich, Toyota Yaris Cup, 1.3
5:32 Virginie Corboz, Toyota Yaris
Toyota Corolla AE86 owner review and buying advice
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In this video, I give my take on the AE86 as a suitable classic for people
just starting in the classic car world. Its interior, equipment, engine,
and other aspects are analysed, as well as my personal motivations for
buying the car. Should you buy it as a first car? Nope, I believe you
should not. Should you drift it? Depends on how deep your pockets are. Is
it reliable? Sure, it is a Toyota, It will go on forever if you change oil
and filters on time (if you drive normally). Is it good as a classic? Of
course. It is not only reasonably confortable but also easy on petrol if
you want it to, and powerful enough for the occasional spirited drive. The
4A-GE Engine is very rev-happy, powerful for its displacement and age and
will not let you down, with a high reliability record.
Overall a fun car, simple and easy to maintain if you do not expect too
much of it. I personally love this car and I hope I never have to part with
it. Its simplicity makes me value the modern conforts of a modern car.
Hope you like the video, be sure to check out my other videos on the ae86
and also others.
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