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  1. Let me introduce you my freshly swapped AE101 20v Blacktop

    Corolla 7th Generation (1993-1997)
    Interesting. Guess it's strictly the MR2 Spyder parking brake that is awful.
  2. '95 with occasional misfires when accelerating

    Corolla 7th Generation (1993-1997)
    I'm running O'Reilly brand cap and rotor. Back when I was super budget fixing my car. Surprisingly, 0 issues so far.
  3. List of confirmed distributor-at-fault issues

    Corolla 7th Generation (1993-1997)
    Ah gotcha. Yes, OP means "original poster" and refers to the person who started their respective thread.
  4. List of confirmed distributor-at-fault issues

    Corolla 7th Generation (1993-1997)
    What exactly do you mean? The meaning of the list itself?
  5. Let me introduce you my freshly swapped AE101 20v Blacktop

    Corolla 7th Generation (1993-1997)
    All cars have some form of parking brake in the rear. Miata NB's rear rotors are smaller and solid (not vented) with parking shoes inside the hat. MR2 has a parking brake built into the caliper, which is an inferior way to do it, hence the notoriously bad parking brake. Also both MR2 and CT have...
  6. Let me introduce you my freshly swapped AE101 20v Blacktop

    Corolla 7th Generation (1993-1997)
    Even the stock AE101 discs and rear drums are fine beyond stock power levels. The stopping power is actually quite good with the right pads. But rear discs... can't deny their awesomeness. You're definitely right to keep the stock balance! Best of luck getting the E11 fronts to fit. I just...
  7. Let me introduce you my freshly swapped AE101 20v Blacktop

    Corolla 7th Generation (1993-1997)
    For what it's worth, both my MR2 Spyder and my CT200h have bigger rear discs than the front. On the mid engined MR2 that makes sense, but the hybrid front wheel drive CT?
  8. Foot rest bolt size?

    Corolla 7th Generation (1993-1997)
    Nice! Glad they fit. But that bottom one being so crooked, IT HURTS!
  9. Budget big brakes?

    Corolla 7th Generation (1993-1997)
    Ah gotcha! More power more brakes. Yeah some people swap over 6th gen Celica GT brakes, both front and rear. Some people use rear Camry brakes to get discs.
  10. Budget big brakes?

    Corolla 7th Generation (1993-1997)
    Welcome to Toyota Nation! Is there any reason you want big brakes? Quality pads and rotors really do make the 7th gen Corolla a quick stopping car. I put Raybestos EHT pads on my Corolla and it really amazed me. Especially compared to my CT200h, which is WAY worse.
  11. Iridium Plug after about 12k miles

    Corolla 7th Generation (1993-1997)
    You really shouldn't be running Bosch plugs in a Corolla. They tend to not like them. Iridium should last AGES.
  12. Uh-oh, it looks like end times for my Corolla.

    Corolla 7th Generation (1993-1997)
    Yeah I'm curious what caused the fire. A normally operating car should (obviously) never catch fire, so something had to be seriously up. Glad you're safe though!
  13. Apples555's 95 Corolla Thread

    Corolla 7th Generation (1993-1997)
    7th gen felt like a car people loved. 8th gen felt like a car people used. Not related to the car ITSELF, but the people who bought it.
  14. Official 7th gen Chat Thread

    Corolla 7th Generation (1993-1997)
    I run nicer plugs in my MR2 just so I don't have to change them as often. Otherwise, coppers work just as well.
  15. new to forum. no heat to floor or face defrost only please help

    Corolla 7th Generation (1993-1997)
    Welcome to Toyota Nation! It is indeed cable driven, you should remove some dash panes to see if the cable is stuck.
  16. Yeah, I think I'm gonna follow Danno and roll out too.

    Corolla 7th Generation (1993-1997)
    Part of the reason for the redesign is to get rid of the need for Tapatalk. The mobile site is now not awful. Though it's still flawed.
  17. Foot rest bolt size?

    Corolla 7th Generation (1993-1997)
    It's a $6 part, not cheap but worth a shot. It says that it fits 93-02 Corollas.
  18. Foot rest bolt size?

    Corolla 7th Generation (1993-1997)
    Oddly i'm looking at a parts diagram and it doesn't show any nuts for the foot rest, rather clips. 58198-02010
  19. Foot rest bolt size?

    Corolla 7th Generation (1993-1997)
    Welcome to Toyota Nation! The only way to find out is to test it. I like using a tap and die kit to figure out what threads they are.
  20. Post Your MR2 Pics(Please Keep Chat to a Minimum)

    MR2 Forum
    Nice! Got a link to the exact product you used? Also I adore those wheels... Here's a shot from the annual MR2 BBQ in northern California to keep with thread demands.
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