Toyota Starlet Project Part 1 – RGT

Rubric: Toyota | 15 May 2015 | Comments Off on Toyota Starlet Project Part 1 – RGT
Toyota Starlet Project Part 1 – RGT

RGT Project Starlet Part One The Toyota Starlet GT Turbo is somewhat of an unknown in the UK. We bought the car not only because of its rarity, but also because of our love for light weight performance, with the cheap running costs and Japanese reliability a good bonus to throw into the mix, especially with that peachy 1.3 turbocharged twin cam 16v engine. Obviously the tunable nature of a small turbocharged hot hatch had not escaped us when purchasing the car, and inevitably soon after purchasing we decided it could do with a boost over the standard, which was already quite capable. So in went Sparco Bucket seats and an interior strip-down, induction kit and exhaust including de-cat pipe. ...

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Toyota Starlet Specifications | eHow

Rubric: Toyota | 14 May 2015 | Comments Off on Toyota Starlet Specifications | eHow
Toyota Starlet Specifications | eHow

Other People Are Reading Engine The 1981 to 1984 versions of the Starlet that were sold in the U.S. were powered by a 1.3 liter OHV engine with four cylinders and electronic fuel injection. The engine has a 2.95-inch bore and 2.87-inch stroke and produces 58 horsepower at 4,200 rpm. The 1981 and 1982 versions of the engine produced 67 ft-lbs of torque, and the 1983 and 1984 versions produced 74 ft-lbs of torque. The compression ratio is 9.5:1. Transmission and Suspension Gas Mileage From 1981 to 1982, the Toyota Starlet achieved an estimated 38 mpg in the city and 52 mpg on the highway. With the new four-speed transmission, the 1983 and 1984 models got an estimated 42 mpg in the city and ...

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Feature: 1982 Toyota Starlet «

Rubric: Toyota | 10 Mar 2015 | Comments Off on Feature: 1982 Toyota Starlet «
Feature: 1982 Toyota Starlet «

A Treasured Antiquity JJ’s 1982 Toyota Starlet KP61 4ag Turbo Words: Mark Waterman Photos: Ginash George (Synth19 Photos) Discuss this car on the forums by clicking here! F or some of us, certain cars hold a special place in our hearts. We own one, and as soon as it is gone, we are driven to find another one. For JJ it is the Toyota Starlet. His first introduction in to the automotive world came when he was living in the Philippines when he was a boy. There, his mom and uncle raced modified Corollas. With a family like that, getting into the modifying and racing scene was nearly impossible to avoid. After moving with his family to the US and building other cars such as a 3000GT, Miata, ...

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My New JDM Engine | High Performance JDM Engines

Rubric: Toyota | 1 Mar 2015 | Comments Off on My New JDM Engine | High Performance JDM Engines
My New JDM Engine | High Performance JDM Engines

My New JDM Engine: 1999 Toyota Starlet Glanza V For a little while I wasn#8217;t really thinking too much about cars. I know what you are thinking. How can you not think about cars. I hear you. I spend a lot of time thinking about my car and am always looking for a new project to start. Unfortunately, there were a few things that kind of pulled my attention for a while. One was focusing on work. For a while I was spending more and more time sitting in front of a computer doing work. The second was that I had some close friends leaving and was spending time with them and helping them move (there is a up side to that story as you will see later). The last was that the wife was constantly using ...

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The History of Toyota Starlet

Rubric: Toyota | 26 Feb 2015 | Comments Off on The History of Toyota Starlet
The History of Toyota Starlet

The History Of Toyota Starlet The Toyota Starlet is a small automobile manufactured by Toyota from 1973 to 1999, replacing the Toyota Publica (and retaining the Publica’s P code and generation numbering). However, the Publica name continued to be used in some of Toyota’s export markets. Initially launched in April 1973 as the Publica Starlet 40 series, the Starlet was offered with 1000 and 1200cc engines. Generally the car looked like a shortened Corolla. Variants available were 2-door Sedan, and 3-door wagon. The 4-door Sedan came in October 1973. Grades are Standard, Deluxe, Hi-Deluxe, ST, and SR. The 60 series, introduced in 1978 was better known, being the first to be extensively ...

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Toyota Starlet & Giant Killer & 61 « V8 & drag racing, hot rods, muscle cars…

Rubric: Toyota | 5 Feb 2015 | Comments Off on Toyota Starlet & Giant Killer & 61 « V8 & drag racing, hot rods, muscle cars…
Toyota Starlet &  Giant Killer &  61 « V8 &  drag racing, hot rods, muscle cars…

Toyota Starlet #8211; Giant Killer #8211; 61 May 10th, 2010 by NZV8 What the Trevor Crowe/Rodger Freeth Starlet lacked in size, it made up in Kiwi ingenuity. It has since become an icon of New Zealand Motorsport New Zealand ‘big banger’ sedan racing was going through huge changes in the late 1970s and early ’80s. The first half of the 1970s saw domination from heavy metal American iron such as Jim Richards’s ’69 fastback Sidchrome Mustang, the Paul Fahey/Graham Baker/Leo Leonard-driven, PDL-owned 1970 Boss Mustang, Red Dawson’s beautiful gold Kensington Carpets sponsored 1970 Z28 Camaro, Rod Coppins’s ex-US Trans-Am ’69 Pontiac Firebird, ...

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Toyota Starlet – Answers.com

Rubric: Toyota | 20 Nov 2014 | Comments Off on Toyota Starlet – Answers.com
Toyota Starlet – Answers.com

How do you remove the center console on a 97 Toyota starlet? What car is faster a Toyota starlet gt turbo o a glanza 1.3 turbo? both cars have the same engine and same output, but the glanza is heavier by about 130 pounds, also the glanza has a turbo restriction system in gears 1 and 2, so all of that makes the starlet GT 0.4 secs faster to 60 Answer How to Remove the inside door panel of a Toyota starlet? In the centre of the door panel is a 400mm grey plastic moulding. In the top of this is the bit of the door panel you actually stick your hand in to pull the door shut. Pry this piece out with a flat-blade screwdriver, butterknife, etc. Behind that there are 2 screws. Remove these. Go ...

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1981 Toyota Starlet – Star Struck – Modified Magazine

Rubric: Toyota | 28 Oct 2014 | Comments Off on 1981 Toyota Starlet – Star Struck – Modified Magazine
1981 Toyota Starlet – Star Struck – Modified Magazine

Vintage charm and rare JDM goodies make this Starlet really stand out. In any genre of the automotive tuner segment, people come and go. Harsh as that may sound, it’s a reality of our scene. In today’s, how shall we say, “less than ideal” economic climate, we’ve seen a significant drop off in the popularity of modifying cars. Some folks just don’t have the gusto to stick it out through hard times, whereas others were never really that into it in the first place. But for those of us who have been here and are still in to it, there’s a sense of camaraderie that remains among true enthusiasts, and there are very few groups of enthusiasts who are more die-hard than classic Toyota ...

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Toyota Starlet GT/Glanza V Buying Guide | Fast Car Magazine

Rubric: Toyota | 24 Oct 2014 | Comments Off on Toyota Starlet GT/Glanza V Buying Guide | Fast Car Magazine
Toyota Starlet GT/Glanza V Buying Guide | Fast Car Magazine

Toyota Starlet GT/Glanza V Buying Guide Glenn@FastCar at 11:51am July 20 2012 
 Toyota’s Starlet GT has achieved a kind of cult status over the years. It’s the left-field choice of enthusiasts who value performance over the availability of bodykits. With a 1.3ltr turbocharged engine pushing out around 133bhp, the little hatchback was a slightly uglier take on what the Renault 5 GT Turbo did so well. The only difference was that, thanks to Toyota’s knack for over-engineering things, Starlet GT owners were likely to keep on motoring while their Renault-driving counterparts were left on the hard shoulder with the bonnet up. The Starlet went through four revisions in the earlier EP82 ...

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Talk:Toyota Starlet – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Rubric: Toyota | 26 Sep 2014 | Comments Off on Talk:Toyota Starlet – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Talk:Toyota Starlet – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Talk:Toyota Starlet Contents Starlet saloons? [ edit ] I just found this site today: [1] It seems to list some very obscure Toyotas, including EP82 and EP91 Starlet saloons. Did these ever even go into production? The pictures do look like photoshop jobs though. –Zilog Jones 15:02, 10 July 2006 (UTC) Definitely not factory Toyotas. I agree, someone’s been photo-chopping! –PBurnett 09:25, 4 June 2007 (UTC) The description in the first paragraph says it’s a microcar. lol given that a Starlet can seat 5 people (believe me, mine has done so many times) it’s hardly a microcar! In addition, under Other variants it states they are known for being dull but dependable ...

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