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1992 Celica GT
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I don't believe there is such a thing as a complete Kit.

You need to examine and measure engine components before purchasing oversized parts
What you need to do is the following:

Open up the crankshaft and look at the Main bearing Markings, if the shaft is scored or worn you need to regrind and purchase oversized bearings per the shop that ground your crankshaft.
You also need to examine Piston Rods and Bearings for wear and regrind if necessary.
Cylinder Head must be removed and verified for wear with a bore micrometer or similar tool. Or just strip the engine block and have the shop tell you if it needs regrinding and how much they take off.
With that info now you can purchase oversize bearings and Piston rods, Main Bearing Rods.
After this you need to measure valve lash and compensate with Shims if needed.
I suggest you purchase the Haynes Manual, it's quite complete.
Hope this helps. Good luck!
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