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3sfe uses the same flange as the 3sge 3sgte and 5sfe so in theroy this would bolt on but the exhaust would probrolly need some work to get it to meet
 
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Originally posted by theancient_1@Sep 11 2002, 05:04 AM
Brake Rotors:
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Anyone who needs replacement rotors for thier 5th gen knows they are like $75 each.  If you want rotors for a lot cheaper from your local parts store....tell them you want rotors for a 1989 camry with no ABS.  They are identical in every way to the celica 5 lug rotors, but they only cost $19 each.

THANX FOR THE INFO!!!!
I have 92 celica ST with front rotors and calipers off a 91 celica GT.i called the part store and ask them for a price quote price was right for the camry rotors but he said they had differ # and wouldn't work.what type of camry LE?
 

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Originally posted by Tripp777@Sep 21 2004, 08:01 PM
you can find a turbo kit for 4afe engines at

www.needboost.com

the kit says it is for a corolla witha 4afe but it will fit the celica also
this is for the ST right?

does it have the same exhaust manifold? no need to modify anything?
 

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i bought a kit off ebay and it was warped pretty bad on the front
it's the one I have on my car now in my sig
 
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I am looking to do the swap from a 4afe to a 3sgte. I need to get a 5sfe trans and the 3sgte engine. i cant find the 3sgte anywhere but e bay and i cant find any transmissions anywhere. I need to know where i can get these parts.
 

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HAWK HPS Pads

Needed track pads, wanted HP+ pads but they don't make them for the Celica, they do however make the less hard core HPS pad but it's not in their cataloge or in the web application listing. I got these part numbers from someone at the parent company, Wellman Products. I just ordred them so I'll be test fitting soon.

Fronts HB191F.590 HPS compound
Rears HB401F.587 HPS compound

Rotors by the way, from Carquest, are $40 each, $35 each from Saf-Way. I don't know if they exist in the USA but they are parts stores here in Canada.
 

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i found this on accident:

Celica Driver

this site basically has all celica years posted on ebay all in on one site... thot it was really useful so i thot it mite useful for everyone else =P
 
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Just wonderin that first post about the rear discs, is that using the same parts as the ones that are on the gt/gts? I don't know but are the front's the same on all the models? I figure that conversion is for an st but if the front brakes arent the same then it'll throw off the balance. another question is if it's the same then how do the discs fit from the gt/gts? I thought they were five lug unless there from another car like a corolla then they'll fit...I think? Just wonderin lookin for some better braking performance outta my ST already have wheels tires, and some minor suspension done. Later Ya'll
 

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What if you do have ABS, will my ABS work if I use the Camry Rotors?



Anyone who needs replacement rotors for thier 5th gen knows they are like $75 each.  If you want rotors for a lot cheaper from your local parts store....tell them you want rotors for a 1989 camry with no ABS.  They are identical in every way to the celica 5 lug rotors, but they only cost $19 each.
 

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QUOTE (unarmed @ Dec 22 2006, 02:56 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=136762
I was wondering if RIPP's headers are still available

QUOTE (Galcobar @ Feb 15 2005, 12:59 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=63801
HEADERS

Possible group buys:

RIPP has supposedly promised to alter its 5SFE Camry header to fit the Celica if we can get a group together. The group is being assembled on CelicaGarage
http://celicagarage.com/forums/view...2932&highlight=
The RIPP header is a 4-2-1 design in ceramic coated steel, 2.25 merge collector and midpipe, the O2 sensor is predrilled directly into one of the mid-pipes, and a flex section is incorporated. Most importantly for those of us who face smog tests, this header comes with a high-flo cat -- which explains the US$469 pricetag.
http://www.rippmods.com/products/pr...3&productId=216

Hotshot is taking pre-orders for a 90-93 5SFE header http://www.hotshot.com/main.htm that's a 4-2-1 two-piece design with a front pipe and flex section for $389 (first 12, until Feb. 28, then $457). O2 sensor relocation hardware provided, but you need to install an underbody cat.

SSAUTOCHROME.COM is setting up a group buy on celicatech, toyotacelicaonline and here in the sixth-gen forums, for $300 shipped for 4-1 in stainless steel, not CARB exempt and requires moving the primary cat to underneath the car (for non-Cali cars).
http://www.celicatech.com/forums/showthrea...ghlight=headers
Their MR2 headers, which sell for as little as $100 on ebay, can be modified to fit if you've got a welder http://mysite.verizon.net/res7aric/id8.html


Regularly available:
Genie 206E is a 4-2-1 header that requires relocating the cat to under the car and refitting the flex pipe. Genie Headers offers a direct ship from Australia for about US$330, and it can also be obtained from Northern Motorsport or www.marcor.ca

Hotshot has a US$321 4-1 header with really long runners for the 5SFE MR2, and I've e-mailed them on its applicability to the Celica. Will update if I receive any information.
http://www.hotshot.com/hotshotheaders/ty3026.html

Stock Celica 3SGE headers -- 4-2-1 design requires cat relocation and a custom front pipe to mate it to the exhaust. E-bay, or wreckers.

Final option: late-model stock 5SFE Camry header. It's not equal length but it's better than Celica stock, 35 pounds lighter, and a lot cheaper.
http://www.celicatech.com/forums/showthrea...highlight=camry

-- aftermarket Camry exhausts as a rule do not fit Celicas even for the same 5SFE engine due to the position of the engine mount and the header conflicting. MR2 headers can be modified to bend at the proper angle.[/B]
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5SFE bolt on headers, was hard to find only 50 made, fit 90-93 celica GT

http://www.majesticmodifications.com/produ...roducts_id=1940
pick toyota and its the Celica GT 90-93 4-1 R Spec

will need to add a cat under car if you need to pass emissions.
added nice sound and a bit of power.
BIG thanks to Matt at majestic modifications for the legwork on this.
Mimo told me they would not fit, Matt went the extra mile and verified they would.
Bolted right on even had threaded hole for O2 sensor.
Now to get a cat put on before emissions next year.
 

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QUOTE (theancient_1 @ Sep 11 2002, 06:54 AM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=21231
Rear brake conversion
Form drum to disk:

Here is the info from someone who knows!
I got this direct from ray meeks who does sales for Brian Toyota Performance http://poweredbytoyota.com/
where they also sell a turbo for the 5s-fe engine.
He stated and I qoute
"Actually, there's really not much to it.  The rear hubs are the same, the brake hoses are the same, the e-brake cables are the same, all you need is complete rear calipers, pads and rotors.  The rear calipers list for $340.63 each, they're new and include brackets, and will cost you $223.40 each.  The pads list for $48.05 for a complete rear end set, including all the spring clips and such, and cost you $31.19 each.  The rotors list for $110.00 and cost you $68.00 each.

Ray"

(keep in mind these are brand new factory part prices!)
Rear Calipers: $223.40 (446.80 for both)
Rear brake Pads: $31.19 (62.38 for both)
Rear rotors: $68.00 (136.00 for both)

TOTAL FOR PROJECT USING ALL NEW FACTORY PARTS
$645.18 before shipping.

Hope this helps[/B]

on top of the parts listed you will also need the backing plates which are 258 dollars from toyota you need theese for the parking brake along with the shoes and springs kits for the parking brakes
 
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