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Profile Stats
Profile Details
Profile Hits: 711
Drivetrain Class: FWD
Engine Class: 4 Cylinder Naturally Aspirated
Rating: average rating is 3 from 1 Votes  (3)
Profile Rankings
Profile Hits
Ranking: 273/356 273 / 356
Drivetrain Class HP
Ranking: 66/79 66 / 79
Drivetrain Class Qtr Mile
Ranking: 26/32 26 / 32
Engine Class HP
Ranking: 26/36 26 / 36
Engine Class Qtr Mile
Ranking: 11/16 11 / 16

General Information Car Directory
Member: Jaek Passier
Vehicle: 1996 Toyota Corolla RV ( More )
Location: Australia
Last Updated: 16th September, 2005
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Jaek Passier's Comments:

This is my frist car paid $5500 for it from a dealer as is and spent a bit fixing it up. I absolutely love my car as it is an individual plus will beat most un modified 2 litres on the drag. the best thing about it is that its bark is way worse than its bite. The exhaust system makes such a difference to the sound that this thing puts out.

Modification Listing
Exhaust System: $435

Set of 1 inch extractors as well as a 2and 3/4 inch straight through exhaust with twin hot dogs one before and one after the front axel to a 5 inch stainless tip. Price is for the extractors and the tip the rest came with the car

Exterior: $1700

Full font re-spray with front bar re-shaped and brand new bonnet and front headlights

Intake System:

Got a K and N pod filter fitted to give a bit extra

Rolling Stock:

Imported 14 inch enkee rims with standard tyers. came with the car

Stereo System: $645

Sony X7700 MP3 head unit with sony 4-way six by nine speakers in the back.

Performance Statistics Top Rankings
Power Output: 140 wheel hp
0 - 100km/hr: 8.7
Quarter Mile: 15.6

Performance Comments:

The only problem i have with this car it that its is so heavy in the rear due to its design and so i loose traction off the line and in the wet

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Readers Comments
Posted by: mx68u on March 21, 2005 [ Car Profile ]

Pretty respectable performance for the work done, nice ride thumbup.gif

no doubt with better traction you wold be able to get lower in the 8's, you can try some lower progressive springs with stiffer ones in the rear or opt for some 205/215's at the front, either should see an end to your traction prob's at a relatively low price smile.gif

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