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j_2_k’s 1984 Toyota Corona

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Another j_2_k 1984 Toyota Corona post...
  • Nov 14, 2013
Another j_2_k 1984 Toyota Corona post...
  • Nov 14, 2013
Another j_2_k 1984 Toyota Corona post...
  • Nov 14, 2013
Another j_2_k 1984 Toyota Corona post...
  • Nov 14, 2013
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  • Engine Size
    N/A
  • HP
    120
  • 0-60 Time
    6.2
  • Weight
    2398
  • 1/4m sec
    N/A
  • Torque
    -1
  • Top Speed
    200 mph
  • Exterior Color
    N/A
  • Interior Color
    N/A
  • Mobile Electronics Blaupunkt Tweeters

    Date Installed
    Nov. 8, 2005

    Installed 11/08/2005

  • Tires Kumho Tires

    Date Installed
    Nov. 8, 2005

    Installed 11/08/2005

  • Mobile Electronics Blaupunkt Subwoofers

    Date Installed
    Nov. 8, 2005

    Installed 11/08/2005

  • Mobile Electronics Blaupunkt Speakers

    Date Installed
    Nov. 8, 2005

    Installed 11/08/2005

  • Mobile Electronics Blaupunkt Video

    Date Installed
    Nov. 8, 2005

    Installed 11/08/2005

  • Mobile Electronics Blaupunkt Head Unit

    Date Installed
    Nov. 8, 2005

    Installed 11/08/2005

  • Mobile Electronics Blaupunkt Amplifier

    Date Installed
    Nov. 8, 2005

    Installed 11/08/2005

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Comments (7)
  • srcorona
    hey dudes i got a 1986 toyota corona sr witha 2.4 EFI motor front and rear spoilers power steerin central locking cruse control eletric mirrors boot and petrol cables disc brakes all round and iff u need any parts for ur corona i have heaps and heaps i got spare spoilers tacho dashes boot and petrol cables doors windows diffs disc and drum everything i have 3 2s-c motors and 5 22re motors all have wireing looms with them and computers to run them contact me on super_responsive@hotmail.com
  • Andrew2000
    Haha, where did you see me?? There are actually a few exactly the same running around, in fact One, same as mine just in worse condition, even the same dash mat is really close to my house! You can pick mine thou, has the internal metal louvers (love em') and the sagging rear bumper (don't like that at all!) mmm, intake before exhaust...not to sure actually, would be easier to match an exhaust. Best talk to some performance parts specialists and do some research before any cash changes hands. Even extractors added to the stock exhaust to replace the stock exhanust manifold can deliever some nice performance. Even replacing the viscous fan with an electric one helps too. With the weber, it will give better performance since it is bigger, and will of course use more fuel, but not much since the car will soon be able to breathe better = better efficiency. Fitting a bigger cold air pipe is a bitch, you need to cut a hole in the front, next to the radiator and the stock cleaner box has a funny curved edged rectangle intake. Maybe you could rig up a ram air intake at a high pressure region at the front. I hear they work ok, but it's a little hard to find the high pressure region. It's usually below the parking light, angled slightly to the center of the hood.
  • Andrew2000
    Yeah, engine is expensive ,especially for a first car, which you might wreck anyway. As for the spark booster, again, sounds alright. May even be able to push the power a little more by enlarging the spark plug gaps a little and increasing the timing by about 2 degrees. Is your car unleaded?? Mine requires premium. If yours IS unleaded, advancing the timing may be a bit harder to do without pinging, especially at high engine speed. As for the exhaust, I'm a little sketchy on the details, but according to this: http://www.wighat.com/fcr3/confusion.htm your exhaust needs to meet intake, but essentially what you want is for the exhaust to be sucked out by a change of a low pressure to atmospheric. That can be a mm difference! Best get talking to some exhaust specialists or people who race. That'd be your best bet. How did you put on the foam filter?? What about all that pollution gear and vacuum stuff?? I hear Weber 32 DGEV carbys off old Ford Cortina's fit the corona
  • Andrew2000
    I have a similar one, but it's just a 5-speed CS. Wish I had cruise control and rear disks! Power steering would be nice, but even without it, the steering is good! About supercharging the 2S-C. Don't. save up and buy a 1ggte turbo. A nice 6 is better than the humble, underpowered 4! ALso turbo=less stress on head. Like to hear your response on how well the Stromberg High Frequency Converter works on the vehicle and off it, so to compare. (at least this has some scientific merit) Don't get the magnetic "fuel saver". Ok, here's some chemistry, (I'm at uni studying to be a chemical scientist), fuel is essentially octane, and all hydrocarbon chains are non-polar, unlike water. They are not "unjumbled" by magnetic forces, since the molecules have no ion grops on the end. The molecule is neutral, so the magnets do nothing. It's a perfect con-job and they have made up their so called, "scientific" info. Check the EPA, Consumer affairs and the American Popular Mechanics website. They have done tests, and proven it does nothing.
  • BlackRose13x
    this has some serious potential! keep at it dude!
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