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Old 09-09-2005, 05:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Celica GT vs. Celica GTS

I have a slight question. What is the difference between the Celica GT's and the Celica GTS's.
I own a Celica GT but I don't know that much about it other then there's alot of shit to them.

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Old 09-09-2005, 05:13 PM   #2 (permalink)
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What gen are you talking about?
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Old 09-09-2005, 08:46 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I don't know really. How would I find out. This car came with nothing like a owner manual or anything like that. Its probally a forth generation do to the yr. Its a 86. Thats what I've skimmed from the web anyway.
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Old 09-10-2005, 02:53 AM   #4 (permalink)
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I think the 86 is the 4th gen. Correct me if I'm wrong. You can try going to toyotacelicaonline.com to see if they have any information your looking for.

GTS has a 3S-GE, and a GT has 3S-FE. and the rest of the specs is on this page http://toyotacelicaonline.com/4thgen.htm

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Old 09-10-2005, 11:45 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Mostly I just need a general difference. From what I get from the net the biggest difference is the GTS are turbo and mine isn't. But I'll keep looking. Thanks.
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Negative.
The GTS was NOT turbo.
Toyota never made a fwd turbo celica
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biggest difference is the GTS has a performance orientated engine [3SGE], while the GT has a economy engine [3SFE]
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Then my info is wrong. Ok. Thanks. I still don't know what generation it is. Does anyone have a old 86 Celica GT owner manual that they could let me have or lend to me?
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This is a Gen 3


This is a Gen 4


This is a Gen 5


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Thanks that help. Mine is a fourth generation. According to the picture then. But I still wish I had a owners manual. Does anyone have one that I can use or have?
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Buy one from Ebay. They are cheap and usually lots of them around. What info are you looking for?
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Fourth Gen looks nice!,.

I dont think I have ever noticed one. Post some pics Danger.
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Then my info is wrong. Ok. Thanks. I still don't know what generation it is. Does anyone have a old 86 Celica GT owner manual that they could let me have or lend to me?
There's one on Ebay right now for only $5. Do a search.
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Old 09-14-2005, 04:31 PM   #14 (permalink)
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I have no way of doing that. I don't have a digital or a scanner to post any pics. So I'm out of luck.
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well youve all avoided the actual answer to the questions.
86 gt and st had the pathetic 2se engine with single over head cams pushin out a whopping 93 horse power. 87-89 had the 3sfe. the gt-s had the 3sge for every 4th gen.
the st/gt had drums in the rear and 4 lug pattern, the gt-s has discs all around and 5 lug pattern.
the gt-s came with a factory spoiler for all, the gt had it as a option only.
the gt came as a convertable in starting in 87.
the gt-s has bigger speakers all around and a bigger intake.
the gt-s came with auto climate controol
the gt came with 13" wheels, the gt-s came with 14's
the exhaust has 2 outlets on the gt-s, 1 on the gt/st
the gt came with a smaller stero stock than gt-s
the gt axles arent as strong as the gt-s axles
the gt trany is geared for fuel ecnomy, gt-s for performance
the gt-s has the t-vis intake system (do research on this if you dont know what it it)
the gt had toyota, celica, and gt as emblems on the back, the gts has stickers.
theres more, but i got to get to school now, so i cant spend more time on this.
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