<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">From newcelica.org, it sounds like the Hotshot header works just fine for the GT (independently dynoed for 8 whp, reports of up to 12) and you can get the Trial for the GT-S. Before my Focus managed to get fixed for free I was seriously considering switching over to a Celica. If you consider it a two seater with a big trunk, it's a great car. One thing the Celica aftermarket has over the Focus one is that it has turbo makers who actually care about getting CARB certification. Now that I'm no longer facing a huge repair bill, I'm currently planning on waiting to see what Toyota has up its sleeve over the next couple years. One thing I learned from recent experience is that Toyota needs to add a telescopic steering column option for the MR2 and Celica for us taller folks. I'd like to see the Celica go back to RWD but it's a non-issue for me if they make a new Supra or if they add FI to the MR-S (in which case, screw the lack of trunk and roll bars).Originally posted by Jay D:
Well I would consider the celica as a car like that but, the thing is that they don't make headers for the cars so they can never get a true performance out of the whole car. They may be quick out of the factory but after that thier is not much choice. My friend has a gt with injen intake and hks exhaust and a buddy club kit. It sounds great and looks great, but he is pissed that none of the big aftermarket sellers make a header for him. He found a small company that made one for the gt and not the gt-s so if anyone bought the gt-s they are **** out of luck, but he never bought it because of quality issues(he didn't know if it was good).
<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">lol, yeah see i know nothing about what the old SR5 was. i just figured since it LOOKED sporty, it might have had a little kick to it.Originally posted by ^_^:
Corolla GT-S (DOHC) > Corolla SR5 (SOHC)
Comparing those two is like comparing.......well, I'm sure some people here know how to complete that sentence.