4age in a fwd celica?

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4age in a fwd celica?

Postby Rpz123isme » Wed Apr 23, 2008 2:36 am

Will a 4age bolt in to a celica front wheel drive? and if yes will it bolt to my fwd transmission! What cluch setup will i need ? 4age pressure plate 5sfe disk? i am thinking of a 4 age for the building block for my fwd and i need some help with this stuff befor i drop a grand for the engine! :D
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Postby TheAutoholic » Wed Apr 23, 2008 3:13 pm

It was an option in 4th and 5th gen Celicas in Europe, but there were different mounting positions. It will take some custom work to make do it. The 4A-GE is best suited in a light weight car as it is only a 1.6 liter with not much torque, but alright hp and a super fast rev. I would say don't waste your time, and spend your money on putting an All Trac motor in your car. better bang for the buck, plus you get stock turbocharging.
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Postby Terracar » Wed Apr 23, 2008 3:53 pm

if you have the ST that came with the 7afe, then it is drop in, but will require a diff transmission (A block). If the car has the 5sfe (S block), it will require some welding/fab work for a few of the mounts.

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