Toyota Carina II vs. Peugeot 406
Toyota Carina II & Peugeot 406 DRAG RACE.
PART 1: From 0 km/h to ??? km/h
PART 2: Start at 80 km/h to ??? (180, 185?) km/h.
Toyota Carina II spec:
1.6i 16V, 79kw(108hp)
Build Year: 1992
Peugeot 406 spec:
2.0 HDi, 80kw(109hp)
Build Year: 2000
Toyota 4A-FE engine cut-out
Cut-out I made from a Toyota 4A-FE engine block. The engine was removed
from a Toyota Corolla AE101 to be replaced by a more powerfull engine.
After collecting dust for several years, the engine's owner decided to
donate it to me so I could open her up.
Here is a brief impression of how that process went and of course, the end
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
The inspiration for the name Carina came from the Carina star cluster.
Самодиагностика Toyota Carina E
Самодиагностика с применением простой
Видео было сделано при участии клубней:
Artem23 и MASol.
Надеемся что данное видео окажется
GT Channel PinkRanger Drift Toyota Carina 4AG Motorland SP MSP June 23, 2013
All of my drift cars are down. A good buddy let me borrow his car. Never
drove a setup like this before.. After a few spin outs, it was super fun
despite the sticking throttle which ended day early as I didn't have time
to fix them at the track. Got a solid 25 mins on the track before calling
it a day.. here is the video.
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