Celica GT4 ST185 UPGRADED
This are pictures of my 1992 Toyota Celica GT4 ST185 AWD turbo. If you would like more details about it
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Celica GT4 AWD Turbo with the TD05-20G 337.2 AWHP at 22 PSI
Celica GT4 AWD turbo with the TD05-20G
337.2 AWHP at 22 PSI on the Dyno @ XSENGINEERING on
09/12/2007. So my Toyota Celica GT4 weighs about 2900 pounds and can
complete a 1/4 mile in about 11.934 sec. That means that at 337.20 HP at
the wheels, and about 438.36 HP at the flywheel.
Modification List: 2.0 ltr Displacement
3sgte block bored 86.5mm,
CBN surfaced, torque plate honed
Pauler Forge Rods w/ARP bolts
JE Forge 86.5mm pistons w/JE rings 9.0:1 comp ratio
HKS metal headgasket .052"
ARP head studs
ARP main studs
Ferrea 6000 series 1.0mm OS SS valves
Head ported/polished, pressure tested, CBN surfaced
ENGLE/ATS valve springs
HKS cam gears
CRW HV/HP oil pump
engine internals precision balanced (crank, rods, pistons)
868 & 863whp Dyno pull, Celica Alltrac ST-185, Full Exhaust
These 2 back to back runs were at 43psi falling to 39psi. Right at peak
torque, (7000rpm) the tires spun on the Dyno on both runs. Apparently
the front was doing a wheelie, so we put a a different strap across the
front straps. Needless to say the 47psi run was just ridicules
Alltrac Dyno mp4 Dyno tuning the
Alltrac when a strap melts in half. Made 318 hp with initial tuning.
Trevor's 10 second Celica
This was my very first run down the track on the new GT42r setup in the
Celica. I ran a 10.94 @ 136.84 mph.
The second run I blew an Intercooler pipe off and didn't have
time to run again.
Still haven't been back to the track to see what she'll do with a decent
launch. Next season we'll see...