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Crazy Extreme Toyota Celica Tunung

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  • 25 Apr, 2012  |
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№1 Author: Slugsie (26 Apr 2012 01:56) Total user comments: 1588


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Why does it look and sound like that car has eaten about 3 tonnes of beans?
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№2 Author: retro (26 Apr 2012 10:21) Total user comments: 92


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That's just awful!
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№3 Author: kryptor (26 Apr 2012 13:24) Total user comments: 4840


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me no likey ... but hey, to each their own

from a purely technical interest, I would like to know how it's done.
the mechanics involved
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№4 Author: fairmania (26 Apr 2012 13:49) Total user comments: 1448


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I'm with you kryptor. It seems farcical to me that the car is better like this, but seeing how they get those wheels like that would be interesting.

In the old days, you would channel the chassis rails into the floor, cut out a few coils and drop the rear with lowering blocks between axle and leaf springs, and maybe rhape the over-axle rail to allow greater drop.

Still being done, but these Japanese boys have their own smarts. Or not, of course...
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№5 Author: madsern (26 Apr 2012 18:12) Total user comments: 707


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haha i love it 04
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