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  3. take cat out, silencers, get stage 2 cams from Se7en Motorsport, K&N induction kit and you gain a bit of power, this cars have self learning ECU so they cannot be remapped really if you aint going to put a standalone ECU.
  4. I would always suggest to buy them new rather than used. try GSFcarparts.com and discount code VIP60
  5. Hello have recently got myself a t sport . Im needing rear brake calipers , can anyone give me advice on reliable places please
  6. Toyota Corolla AE92 Wagon Duck Tail Making https://youtu.be/sgbLBYLgjsg https://youtu.be/OshyNZe165I
  7. I have acquired my grans 1992 auto 1.3GLI. I am wondering how difficult to convert it to a 5 speed manual or maybe a 4 speed auto? It's a lovely low mileage garaged car in original condition but not exactly economical or quick. Any advice?
  8. Toyota Corolla AE101 Wagon Lips Making https://youtu.be/jN849--scYE
  9. Hope it's okay to share this here (if not, please can an admin PM me!) - if anyone has any questions, please feel free to ask! >>>> Toyota GB is teaming up with the Vintage Sports-Car Club (VSCC) to host an exclusive Toyota event in parallel with VSCC’s annual Pomeroy Trophy - known affectionately as ‘The Pom’. It’ll take place at Silverstone on Saturday 16th February 2019, and we’d like you to bring your Toyota along. Full details of the event can be found at the Toyota blog: https://blog.toyota.co.uk/is-your-toyota-a-winner-join-us-at-silverstone-to-find-out The only entry requirement is that all cars are road-legal, but after that cars of all ages and types can take part in a series of autotest-style challenges that will be assessed by the same judges officiating at The Pom itself. Entry costs just £30 and can be submitted via the VSCC website, and proceeds will go to Toyota’s chosen charity, Guide Dogs for the Blind. ENTRY FORM (PDF): https://www.vscc.co.uk/vsccMedia/25863.pdf
  10. Sorry guys and girls I know this has probably been covered again and again, but I'm looking to straight pipe the corolla t sport decat and straight all the way back, has anyone done this and noticed any power losses or eml lights etc?
  11. just joined up have a 1.4 vvti corolla 3door it had a tte front grille and tte spoiler when i got it, done some small bits since gave her a much needed compound and polish had to sand down the funky headlights, got a set of rota circuit 8's, jdm rear light conversion, fitted all new osram nightbreaker laser bulbs up front and tinted the fog lights yellow, gave it a full service and new clutch,front pads, new throttle cable, and new second hand throttle body, fitted a touchscreen radio, i have dye there i will be doing the headliner and abc pillars in black, tinted the back side windows havent got around to the boot glass yet, removed the badges from the back and front wings, removed the rear boot lock because my key didnt work in it anyway and fitted a reverse camera
  12. Hi all, No Idea who is still here from when the club was started by Kerby, or indeed if Kerby is still here. I used to have a Phase 1 1.0l Yaris with a full Booster Tuning Bodykit, then we got a Compressor, after that came another Yaris for the wife and a MR2 Roadster for me (which soon got a turbo conversion), that was waaaaay back in 2005. I still have the roadster and my wife has yet another Yaris. My son has just bought a 2004 Corolla T Sport, but the vsc, trc and eml are on, I know it's a common issue so signed up to find out more about it. The car runs as sweet as you like and pulls like a train, just hoping it's an easy fix. Time to search for answers, any links to threads would save hours lol
  13. Hi I just bought a Toyota Corolla 1.8 t sport 190bhp I really love it but want to add abit more power to it. Has anyone cut the cat out has this done any good sound and power wise. What mods can I do to it to add more power. Am a mechanic my self but don't no alot about this car can someone help please with some ideas and where I can get some performance parts thanks 😁
  14. E12CTS is my plate mate and yes It's cool😎 I take it that explains the hip check on it lol
  15. Just got my hands on a 1 owner 79k 2004 corrola 1.8vvtl-i in silver really happy with it needs a few bits doing brakes ECT any links to a maintaince manual anywhere any advice would be great. Also I've been reading rhat you can have the ecu mapped so the lift comes in earlier any info on this. Cheers Buster
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  17. Hi everyone. I was looking for private plates for a Corolla Compressor/T-Sport, and I found that someone has E12 CTS on their 2005 T Sport. Anyone know who this is? I can imagine that it's rather cool!! Thanks, Jak.
  18. Hi. I was at Snetterton Race Circuit last week watching the BTCC test day, and I noticed a grey facelift T Sport was parked along the main stretch over the bridge. It had a TRD badge on the grill and a private plate which I cannot remember. It looked standard other than that; Looked very nice indeed. Anyone on here? Jak.
  19. hey dude! Sorry I didn't see your last message back last month, I haven't been on for a while. I find the 1.4 VVT-I brilliant! Such a comfy car to drive, sound system is pretty decent and fuel consumption is good, as long as you don't race everywhere! For a 1.4, they do the job when you want it done. Stupidly, I've got 118Mph but at a push going down a slight decline but apart from that the Corolla was definitely a brilliant buy! Ive not heard of any issues on these but one thing i will say is don't push them too much. I was having a bad night and decided to rag the **** out of mine and I came to a stop in a safe place, then all of a sudden the power steering just failed on me with the light coming on the dash. turned the car off and on again and it was fine, so it could have been down to me being a **** or could be a possible fault with the power steering which is a bit doubtful. besides that, i hope you did buy the corolla you found cause they're a brilliant first car! even though they suit more for the elder market, its still a good practical car. plus, insurance is better than some of the **** heaps i was planning on getting! If i were to pay for the insurance outright for my corolla, it would be £1745 with Aviva... cheaper than a corsa or fiesta!
  20. hi just bought a tsport and Im loving it just few little bits I need help with first one is the windscreen wipers don't reset they stop where they want lol second thing is the clutch is high but does feel slippy and I drove it hard and it feels fine so wondering can you adjust pedal ? third thing is after the hard drive it was slightly hot but soon cooled down I was parked on a hill and checked coolant and need abit ! other than that I love it lol best thing I have ever bought !
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  22. I'm very close to purchasing the same model, grey with 66k Cant wait to pass my test and have a go. How do you find it to drive? is it much different to the car you learned in, assuming the instructor would have had something a lot newer,
  23. I am very close to purchasing a 2003 1.4 VVT-I T3 Corolla with 66,000 miles for my first ever car at 17. My brother had the 2005 1.6 VVT-I T3 and he experienced a lot of engine problems and i've heard a lot of bad engine failures with the VVT-I engines along with a lot of fantastic reviews. I would just like to get peoples opinions on the VVT-I engines and their personal experiences with their corolla and if they have had any issues.
  24. Hey guys! thought I'd take the time to show an appearance on here as a new member! I've only recently passed my test and bought myself a 1.4 T3 2003! besides the paint work being a bit on the poop side for its age, (And for being Red!) it's a gorgeous motor to drive with only having 57K on the clock! Now being young, I won't be leaving the poor thing standard; Already changed the stereo, fitted wind deflectors... I KNOW, just tiny baby changes but I will be doing some more mods within the next week or so. But till then, thank you all for having me and I hope to get to know some of you and gain some more information for modifications.
  25. Hi, I have just acquired a Toyota Corolla GL from a family member that sadly passed away. It is a 1 owner car with only 37,000 miles and has been garaged always. Not a clue about these cars but would anyone know what sort of price I could get for it? Seen one on eBay for £8,995 with 50,000 miles, is that a dreamer or is that what they're going for? Any help much appreciated. Thanks, Darren
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