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I have recently purchased a Toyota corolla 1999 CSI SECA Hatch and want more power under the hood. It was suggested by a friend that I engine swap the small 1.6L engine out for another model/ bigger one from a camry (1.8L - 2.0L) or Vienta (2.0L v6). Being on my P's I'm guessing there is a power to weight limit. Any suggestions with what engine i can fit and what would be legal for me to drive?
Are there any newer engines that may fit?
I will be replacing the rear shocks in my Toyota Starlet 1999 model soon (Right rear shock is creaking when I drive over uneven road and sit in the car when stationary, just when I put weight in the car) and am not sure what to get.
I don't know if I can fit only one kind of shock or are there several types for this car?
I will probably carry all my tools in the back which adds to the weight in the back of the car. I'm currently noticing that the car
really bounces up and down if I go over large speed humps too quickly. Maybe something a little firmer would be better but I'm not sure if I even have that option.
Can anyone advice me on choosing the right REAR SHOCKS for my 1999 Starlet 3 door hatch?
By Nicolai Hansen
We are two Danish backpackers, we own a 95 LWB Hiace. We have just recieved the horrible news, that the car is only running on 3 cylinders. A repair by a proper mechanic would cost us 3000 AUD.
As I see it we have 3 options 1. Sell the car, but what is it worth? It has done 390,000 km. 2. Gamble and keep the car, and hope that it's gonna start. Problems is the the fuel efficiency, is pretty bad and it is taking forever to get it on 80 km/hour. 3. Fix the car drive it for the rest of our trip (3.5 months) and then sell it.
Any suggestions? Any Hiace owners who have tried the same thing?
Thank you for helping!
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