Bisimoto Tuning of old school Toyota Carina, Turbo'd JDM engine
This is a tuning session of a prestine 1973 Toyota Carina's transplanted 3T-GTE JDM turbo engine, using Microtech EMS. This twin plug, 4 cylinder engine is rare indeed, and owned by R Rated Motorsports. Tuned at about 8psi, the vehicle made over 220whp, with a small t3 turbo and modified stock intake manifold.
Eric's 1982 Toyota Corolla SR5 !
Ahhh this car I was VERY happy to see. Comes as stock as ever. I think he said he had headers and an axle-back Exhaust.
But you don't see any of these carbureted beasts like this. Clean body and clean paint ALL around.
You don't have to spend baller amounts of money to be unique.
The Toyota Carina was a Japanese large family car, produced from December 1970 to 2000. It was typically marketed as a four-door version of the Celica (which shared the same platform), although early generations of the Carina also had 2-door and wagon models. Over time, it became a sister car to the Corona but was sportier, with distinctive bodywork and interior — aimed at the youth market and generally filling a niche between the Corolla and Corona. At that point it was replaced by the Allion.
The Carina name has been used in markets other than the USA at various times to represent other cars, usually the Corona. However, the Japanese-market Carina was a different car entirely.
First generation (1970-1977) A10 series
The first-generation Carina was manufactured from December 1970, and sold at Toyota Store dealership channels in Japan, while the Corona was sold at Toyopet Store. Its European release took place in October 1971. Show room appeal was enhanced by the inclusion in the price of reclining seats with built-in head restraints, radio, clock, reversing lights and servo-assistance on the brakes: these were features which, where available on competitor models, tended to be offered only as options at extra cost.
The A10 Carina was also exported to the US, but its introduction coincided with the introduction under President Nixon of a 10% import duty and sales volumes were disappointing. Cars destined for export were increasingly switched towards other markets in Europe and elsewhere and US exports stopped after only two years: the company progressed plans to build car plants in the USA.
The original model featured a 1588 cc OHV (2T) engine, with 4-speed gearbox and front-wheel disc brakes. It was revised in 1972 with a restyled body, new rear light cluster and filler cap repositioned in rear quarter panel, restyled front grille and fascia. The specification was once again revised in 1974 including sealed cooling system, improved brakes, restyled wheels with flared wheel arches, and restyled interior fittings. For 1976, it received a new front and rear-end styling, dual-line braking system with servo and a repositioned handbrake and gear lever. Wheelbase was increased slightly.
The inspiration for the name Carina came from the Carina star cluster.
Bisimoto Tuning of a 311whp street Datsun 510, with a SR20DET powerplant
This is a sweep session, on the popular Bisimoto Dynapack, after a partial throttle tune. Using and AEM Series 2 EMS, coupled with an AEM true Boost controller, this street terror made over 311whp at close to 300 ft/lbs of torque, on a small T3 turbo. The throttle response and drivability, on this R Rated prepped old school car, is amazing.