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Stock HP on a 88 Corolla SR5?

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Does anybody know how much horsepower a stock 1988 Corolla SR5 has with a 4-AF engine with a carburetor has?
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thanks, just wondering how much my car had. :)
My Haynes manual says 102
Yes, and anyway the 4af and 4afe are both rated 102. I thought it said in my owners manual what the hp rating is, but I couldn't find it. I know I have seen the Hp. rating several different times though and both of them are 102.

Cont. I just looked in my book. Incidentaly it is a Chilton's not Haynes, but it says 102 Hp. for both the 4af and 4afe.

All engines were DOHC, 16-valve inline four-cylinders — the sedans, front-drive wagon and SR5 coupe got a carbureted 90-hp motor; the All-Trac wagons got a fuel-injected 100-hp version and the GT-S won the day with a 115-hp EFI version.
That was for the 88 and 89, in 1990 the 4afe was introduced.

All Corollas benefited from fuel injection in 1990, and the base engine was now rated for 102 hp. Meanwhile, the GT-S enjoyed a significant bump in horsepower — now measured at 130 — and five additional lb-ft of torque for a total of 105.
I'm not trying to start an arguement or anything cause you could very well be right, but I figured it wouldn't hurt to throw in some info for the noob.:)
I was told by the manufacteurer that Asian models have 105hp for the 4A-F and all the rest 95hp. maybe its an emissions control thing :rolleyes:
I hope it's not 90, that's too gutless LOL.
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