stats on mk2 celica gt4?

Discussion in 'Asian Forums' started by f11111, Nov 17, 2004.

  1. anyone have stats on the early 90s celica gt4?

    i know it has 200hp, turbo, kinda heavy, AWD...

    lbs?
    0-60?
    skidpad, slalom, 1/4?
     
  2. Why do all of your posts suck ass? Learn to use Google stupid.
     
  3. you should use it before making posts like why dosnt japan have any passion, or japanese arent good designers <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/emoticons.html"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="http://speed.supercars.net/pitlane/emoticons/tongue.gif"></A> hmmmm
     
  4. Seriously dude, this is why you're such a f**king dumbass. The passion thread was clearly a joke and anyone with an IQ over 75 got it. Well I guess that explains why you didn't....
     
  5. i knew and if you had an even minscule amnt of IQ youd see that my last post was a joke as well..


    heres a hint :p


    tsk tsk tsk poor poor poor Spyder, whatsamatter ll crabby cause your rustang broke down after getting smoked by an LS1 <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/emoticons.html"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="http://speed.supercars.net/pitlane/emoticons/tongue.gif"></A>
     
  6. you're all retarded for arguing on the internet. end of discussion.

    As to the topic of hand (a phrase rarely heard at sc.net) here is some easily-obtained information on the GT-4.

    GT-4 was sold in the US as the Alltrac Turbo.

    here's the ST165 generation data:

    Engine Type 3S-GTE. Cast iron block, aluminum head construction. Transversally mounted.

    1998 cm3 , water cooled in-line 4, 185 [email protected] rev/min, 240 [email protected]/min.

    Bore: 86mm, stroke 86mm compression ratio 8.5:1. Toyota CT26 oil lubricated , water cooled turbo (0.7 bar max. pressure) and water/air intercooler. 2 OHC belt driven and hydraulic tappets. 4 valves per cylinder (50°). Oil cooler. Electronic fuel injection (Bosch L-Jetronic licensed ).

    Transmission All wheel drive. Central viscous coupler, Torsen rear differential. Epicyclical center differential with 50-50 % F/R distribution. Final drive ratio 4.285:1
    Five speed fully synchronized gear box.
    Gear ratios - speed at max. RPM:
    1: 1:3.583 - 43 Km/h
    2: 1:2.045 - 76 Km/h
    3: 1:1.333 - 117 Km/h
    4: 1:0.972 - 160 Km/h
    5: 1:0.731 - 213 Km/h

    Reverse: 1:3583


    Single dry plate clutch.

    Suspension Front: independent strut located by a control arm, coil springs, anti-roll bar, telescopic dampers.

    Rear: independent strut located by one trailing link and two lateral links, coil springs, anti-roll bar, telescopic dampers.

    Brakes Front: Vented disks (254 mm) floating 2 pot calipers.

    Rear: Disks (265 mm) floating 1 pot calipers.

    4 sensor ABS

    Steering Power assisted rack wheel and pinion, 2.9 turns lock to lock
    Chassis Monocoque steel construction.

    Wheels/Tires 7½"x16" wheels, 195/60 VR 14 tires

    Dimensions Length: 4365mm
    Width: 1690mm

    Height: 1295mm

    Wheelbase: 2525mm

    Front track: 1465mm

    Rear track: 1440mm

    Laden weight: 1350Kg

    Performance 0-100Km/h acceleration: 7.7S
    Max speed: 215Km/h

    0-1000m acceleration: 28.2S




    here's the ST185 data:

    Engine Type 3S-GTE. Cast iron block, aluminum head construction. Transversally mounted.

    1998 cm3 , water cooled in-line 4, 204 [email protected] rev/min, 275 [email protected]/min.

    Bore: 86mm, stroke 86mm compression ratio 8.8:1. Toyota CT26 oil lubricated , water cooled turbo (0.75 bar max. pressure) and water/air intercooler. 2 OHC belt driven and hydraulic tappets. 4 valves per cylinder (50°). Oil cooler. Electronic fuel injection (Bosch L-Jetronic licensed).

    Transmission All wheel drive. Central viscous coupler, Torsen rear differential. Epicyclical center differential with 50-50 % F/R distribution. Final drive ratio 1:4.285:1 or 1:3.933
    Five speed fully synchronized gear box.
    Gear ratios - speed at max. RPM:
    1: 1:3.583 - 44 Km/h or 48 km/h
    2: 1:2.045 - 77 Km/h or 84 km/h
    3: 1:1.333 - 118 Km/h or 128 km/h
    4: 1:0.972 - 161 Km/h or 176 km/h
    5: 1:0.731 - 215 Km/h or 235 km/h


    Single dry plate clutch.

    Suspension Front: Independent McPherson struts (patented "Super Strut" layout) lower control arm , coil springs and telescopic dampers, antiroll bar.

    Rear: Independent Independent McPherson struts, longitudinal arm, coil springs and telescopic dampers, antiroll bar.

    Steering Power assisted rack and pinion, 2.7 turns lock to lock
    Brakes Front: Vented disks (277 mm) floating 1 pot calipers.

    Rear: Disks (285 mm) floating 1 pot calipers.

    Nippon Denso (6 sensors).

    Chassis Monocoque steel construction.

    Wheels/Tires 6½"x15" wheels, 215/50 VR 15 tires

    Dimensions Length: 4420mm
    Width: 1690mm

    Height: 1305mm

    Wheelbase: 2525mm

    Front track: 1475mm

    Rear track: 1445mm

    Laden weight: 1380Kg

    Performance 0-100Km/h acceleration: 7.9S
    Max speed: 230Km/h

    0-1000m acceleration: 28.4S




    and here's the data from the ST205, the obvious performer of all the GT-Four's.

    Engine Type 3s-GTE. Cast iron block, aluminum head construction. Transversally mounted.

    1998 cm3 , water cooled in-line 4, 242 [email protected] rev/min, 305 [email protected]/min.

    Bore: 86mm, stroke 86mm compression ratio 8.5:1. Toyota CT20B oil lubricated , water cooled turbo (0.9 bar max. pressure) and water/air intercooler. 2 OHC belt driven and hydraulic tappets. 4 valves per cylinder (50°). Oil cooler. TCCS integral engine management (injection, ignition and turbo).

    Transmission All wheel drive. Central viscous coupler, Torsen rear differential. Epicyclical center differential with 50-50 % F/R distribution. Final drive ratio 4.29:1
    Five speed fully synchronized gear box.
    Gear ratios - speed at max. RPM:
    1: 1:3.38 - 57 Km/h
    2: 1:1.91 - 100 Km/h
    3: 1:1.26 - 150 Km/h
    4: 1:0.92 - 210 Km/h
    5: 1:0.73 - 239 Km/h


    Single dry plate clutch.

    Suspension Front: Independent McPherson struts (patented "Super Strut" layout) lower control arm , coil springs and telescopic dampers, antiroll bar.

    Rear: Independent Independent McPherson struts, longitudinal arm, coil springs and telescopic dampers, antiroll bar.

    Brakes Front: Vented disks (315 mm) fixed 4 pot aluminum calipers.

    Rear: Vented disks (315 mm) floating 2 pot calipers.

    Nippon Denso (6 sensors) ABS.

    Chassis Monocoque steel construction. Some body parts in aluminum.

    Wheels/Tires 7½"x16" wheels, 215/50 VR 16 tires

    Dimensions Length: 4420mm
    Width: 1750mm

    Height: 1305mm

    Wheelbase: 2535mm

    Front track: 1510mm

    Rear track: 1490mm

    Laden weight: 1380Kg

    Performance 0-100Km/h acceleration: 6.1S
    Max speed: 239Km/h

    0-1000m acceleration: 26.2S

     
  7. Great info Boost. Those performance numbers are definetly rather conservative. I've seen near stock ST185's run low 15's (which would roughly be high 6's to low 7's for 0-60 time).

    It's really a shame that the four wheel drive turbo rally rocket thing never took off until recently in North America. The Celica All-Tracs were definetly ahead of their time.

    There is one error, it says the ST205 uses the CT20B turbo. That turbo doesn't exist, it's just a product of the internet. All of the 3rd generation 3S-GTE engines (from the 205 Celica GT-four, late MR2 turbo, and Caldina GT-Four) use an updated CT26. There is a CT20 turbo, but was used on the 3T-GTE, 4T-GTE, and 22RTE engines. It's outdated compared to the CT26 and won't bolt on to the 3S-GTE manifolds.
     
  8. More like low 7s. Those things are turbo lagged like whoa off the line.
     
  9. im thinking of selling my supra and buying a GT4 cheaper, and more of a sleeper <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/emoticons.html"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="http://speed.supercars.net/pitlane/emoticons/smile.gif"></A>
     
  10. Most likely, but it wouldn't surprise me if it could manage high 6's. Especially with 16" wheels and good tires. Despite the lag (it's actually not too bad, especially by late 80's/early 90's turbo standards), they're usually nothing to sneeze at off the line. A few years ago at the local strip there was one that a tweaked newer Mustang GT just couldn't take (they raced twice), until about 40 or so mph. After that the Celica might as well have been standing still, simply no contest.
     

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