"Terminator" Vs Range Rover - TerraMax - Top Gear - Series 19 - BBC
James May assesses the new Range Rover at Nevada's Automotive Test Center
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Tuned Toyota Celica -96 GT4 ST205 Engine failure @21PSI (1,45BAR)
Just testing out my new camcorder when piston No 4 melted :(
I was driving a bit hard but nothing to illegal...
The small "thud" at 3:15 is when the piston gave up on me.
While driving home the engine dumped roughly 2 liters of oil trough the
hole in the piston and out
trough the dumpvalve...
Some info on the car;
3S-GTE with 1998 cm3 displacement
Toyota Group A Exhaustmanifold
Toyota CT20B watercooled twin entry turbo with group N components flowprepared and
with disabled internal wastegate
Tial46mm external wastegate
Highflow airfilter with Heatshield
Intercooler: Water to Air
Tial 50.5mm Blowoff valve
Civinco BC500 Piggyback engine management system
GReddy turbo Timer
Fidanza Lightweight flywheel made of 6061 T6 billet aluminum and 1050 high
carbon alloy steel
RPS organic clutch
315 mm vented and slotted brakerotors rear and front
18" OZ Superleggera
Transmission: 4x4 with Central viscous coupler and Torsen rear differential
Maximum Boost: 21psi / 1.45Bar
More info on the car and pics on the melted piston at;
Toyota Celica GT-FOUR ST205 Cartest - here Engine
We do a car test for Trond Pettersen, the boss of
www.pettersen-autoimport.no on our Toyota Celica GTFour ST205 from 1995
with 137000 km. Here you see the episode of the engine run and the sound of
it. Sorry that the sound is not realy compatible with the movie. See more
at the other episodes.
Wir machten ein Fahrzeugcheck für unseren Kunden Trond Petteresen aus Oslo
/ Norwegen an unserem Toyota Celica GTFour ST205 von 1995 mit 137000 km.
Hier sehen sie den Motor und dessen Laufgeräusch. In einer weiteren
Episode folgen andere Details. Entschuldigen möchte ich mich, dass der Ton
nicht wirklich paralell läuft. Ist wohl ein Fehler beim Verkleinern
Regular Car Reviews: 2000 Toyota Celica GTS
This is the 7th generation, so it runs on the T230 platform with the
Front-engine, Front-wheel-drive layout, using an engine similar to the one
that powered the MR2 Spyder, which adds a certain poetry, since this ended
up dying the same year as the MR2: In July 2004, poor sales forced Toyota
to announce that the Celica and the MR2 would be discontinued in North
America at the end of the 2005 model year. Of course, I'm not entirely sure
its death is necessarily the fault of the car itself, so much as the
economy surrounding it.
First Drive of new Celica GT4 ST205 in car around 400bhp
Me and my mate take the car out for its first proper run. Driving
tentatively in the cold and damp just getting a feel for it. Initial
assessment is the car is running very rich so top priority is to get the
map looked at. Only revving the engine to 6k to play it safe.
Wolf_Tm Celica GT-four ST205: around 2.10 bar
For who didn't trusted me, ZOOM on the Greddy Boost pressure gauge:
2 bars are at 3 o'clock (
http://www.autocarparts.com/images/GReddy/16000211.jpg ), and my gauge is
passing over 3 o'clock.
Self built 3SGTE engine
RCR Short: 2005 Toyota Celica GT
Cory came to one of our shoots but be didn't have time to do a full review
of his Celica. I didn't want him to go home with nothing. We took a drive
down the highway and back in his Celica GT Tsunami Edition. Cory has a nice
collection back where he lives. Cory and his toys will return in future