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Sportryder’s 1986 Toyota Trueno

Trueno (AE86)

  • Engine Size
    N/A
  • HP
    80
  • 0-60 Time
    N/A
  • Weight
    -1
  • 1/4m sec
    N/A
  • Torque
    -1
  • Top Speed
    -1 mph
  • Exterior Color
    N/A
  • Interior Color
    N/A
  • Ignitions & Electrical Rockford Fosgate Wiring

    Date Installed
    Feb. 11, 2003

    Installed 02/11/2003

  • Wheels TRD Wheels

    Date Installed
    Feb. 11, 2003

    Installed 02/11/2003

  • Tires Toyo Tires

    Date Installed
    Feb. 11, 2003

    Installed 02/11/2003

  • Mobile Electronics JL Audio Subwoofers

    Date Installed
    Feb. 11, 2003

    Installed 02/11/2003

  • Chassis & Suspension MOMO Steering Wheel

    Date Installed
    Feb. 11, 2003

    Installed 02/11/2003

  • Mobile Electronics Pioneer Speakers

    Date Installed
    Feb. 11, 2003

    Installed 02/11/2003

  • Mobile Electronics Pioneer Head Unit

    Date Installed
    Feb. 11, 2003

    Installed 02/11/2003

  • Exterior & Accessories TRD Body Kit

    Date Installed
    Feb. 11, 2003

    Installed 02/11/2003

  • Exhaust Ractive Exhaust

    Date Installed
    Feb. 11, 2003

    Installed 02/11/2003

  • Mobile Electronics Alpine Amplifier

    Date Installed
    Feb. 11, 2003

    Installed 02/11/2003

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Comments (34)
  • TokyoBandit
    Hot AE-86 you got there.
  • peaun
    can i buy this car?
  • noobz
    how much money did u put into the ae86?
  • kurumafox
    Nice hachi-roku. Contrary to some people's beliefs, there is no such thing as a North American AE85. They don't exist. You cannot accidentally buy a Hachi-Go like Itsuki in Initial D, unless you move to Japan. The SR5, however, does share many parts with the AE85, but is still considered an AE86, because AE85 and AE86 are the designations given to the different chassis. You should consider swapping rear ends with a junked Corolla GT-S hatch, upgrading the suspension, and swapping in a 4A-GE as well in a carbed setup (Less costly then replacing fuel tanks, and running new fuel lines and such, though if you want to really go overboard, a 4A-GZE, which is supercharged is even better), and possibly switching from automatic to a manual if you want this car to truly back up the look it has, which I have to admit is pretty good. Check out the TRD spoiler though, it actually looks a bit more natural on the bodies of these AE86 hatchbacks then that one does. Very subtle, but noticable nonetheless. Overall, I like it, just a couple rough spots.
  • toysida
    you guys like drifting? check out my 02 tacoma that i drift.
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