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"1985 Toyota Carina 1800 Twin Cam Turbo GT-TR Coupé Automatic" related technical specification [Online Inquiry]  Made in Japan  


Body Type:Fixed-head coupe 2 doors
Length:4390 mm
Height:1360 mm
Wheelbase:2500 mm
Front Track:1390 mm
Rear Track:1380 mm
Ground Clearance:155 mm
Fuel Capacity:61 liters


Engine location:front
Engine alignment:longitudinal
Drive Wheels:Rear wheel drive
Steering:rack & pinion
Fuel Supply System:EFI
Max Power:160HP (118 kW) @ 6000 rpm
Max Torque:206Nm @ 4800 rpm
CO2 Emissions:n/a
Engine Coolant:water
Displacement:1770 cc
Bore:85 mm
Stroke:78 mm
Cam Design:DOHC - Double Overhead Camshaft (per bank)
Cylinders:4 INLINE
Valves per cylinder:2
Total Valves:8
Compression Ratio:7.8:1


Front Brakes:Di
Rear Brakes:Dr-S
Standard Wheels:5½ x 14 / 5½ x 14
Standard Tyres:18570 R 14 / 18570 R 14
Suspension Front:I.MS.TrlLi.TrnA.CS.ARB.
Suspension Rear:I.STA.ARB.


Transmission:4 speed automatic
Number of gears:4


Acceleration 0-100 Km/h:n/a
Acceleration 80-120 Km/h:n/a
Top Speed:n/a


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