TOYOTA CELICA GT FOUR ST 205 !!!.
The most beutifull rally car of all times! Toyota celica gt four st 205! Developed by BARBARIS. ATHENS-GREECE! All staff and material by Power techniques, magazine ! Music By SPITFIRE! Editing by me! ENJOY!
New Engine Build by MB Tech Motorsports Reading - Celica GT4 ST205
After running into coolant pressurisation issues during first mapping it was clear something wasnt quite right with the car. Seems Incorrect fitment of the Head by the previous owner/tuning company lead to a leak in the Head gasket over cylinder 2. Some ovalisation of the bore also occured (not sure what came first however), and not wanting to rebore any further means that block was now scrap metal. After meeting Marius at MB Tech Motorsports and evaluating the best way forward to gain best power and reliability the decision was made to fully rebuild the engine using a later Revision 4 3SGTE Block from the Caldina ST215.
Having just received the brand new 86mm Forged CP Pistons all parts are now ready for reassembly.
We do believe that this will be one of the very first GT4's in the UK to be using a REV 4 Caldina Block.
Now you know why there hasnt been that many new videos to date :(
Celica GT-S revival
After a spun bearing on the crank, about 2 months of machine work and back breaking labor or putting it back together, my sister's Celica GT-S is up and running again.
Video was recorded by my sister with her digital camera and the credits are my perspective using my Droid 2 to record. The pictures were taken by my Dad.
All the music used is owned and reserved by their respected artists which is posted in the credits.
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 passiert.