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If you have a XRS, you should have a 2zz-ge motor.

Check under the hood, if the intake manifold is metal (aluminum), you got a 2zz.

If the intake manifold is a black plastic material, then you have a 1zz-fe.

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Thank you! Now my next question is what type of aftermarket clutch would be adequate for day to day driving without spending a lot of money. I don't want cheap and cheesey, but I don't need any racing or really high end stuff either.
 

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^^^ Depends on how you drive, but the OEM is known to be the weak link in this particular setup - XRS with the 2ZZ-GE engine, the 1ZZ-FE seem to be spared this "issue". Some have gone less then 20K-30K before they burned up the clutch - some even less than that. Others have gotten 70K-80K or more. Have to remember that they basically took the drivetrain out of the Celica GT-S and dropped it into a body that weighs in a few hundred pounds more.
 
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