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URL: http://riceornot.ricecop.com/?auto=15101
Submitted by: Jurrell
Comments: 17  (Read/Post)     Favorites: 0  (View)
Submitted on: 11-25-2002
View Stats Category: Car
Description:
1986 Toyota Corolla


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#1
11-25-2002 @ 12:55:37 PM
Posted By : Jurrell Reply | Edit | Del
127 foot burnout

#2
11-25-2002 @ 02:21:22 PM
Posted By : AEFL86 Reply | Edit | Del
Damn I want an AE86

#3
11-25-2002 @ 02:23:38 PM
Posted By : solid_snake Reply | Edit | Del
#2, I never would have guessed :P

#4
11-25-2002 @ 02:33:42 PM
Posted By : AEFL86 Reply | Edit | Del
Nah, that means "Automotive Enthusiast For Life"...just happens to be a coincidence

#5
11-25-2002 @ 04:28:47 PM
Posted By : ambientFLIER Reply | Edit | Del
is it posi? how much power does it have, i thought it was only like 130hp and same torque

#6
11-25-2002 @ 04:38:42 PM
Posted By : Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
#5, Even so, you could still do a burnout in one. They're supposed to be pretty light. Besides, keep in mind that sliding friction usually exerts less force than static friction. In other words, if you can break the tires loose in the first place, it's generally not too hard to keep them spinning. I imagine a good clutch drop would probably break 'em loose.

Also, there is a picture on here of one of these with an SR20DET with the boost turned up, too :-) Shame it looks like crap.


#7
11-25-2002 @ 04:40:10 PM
Posted By : Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
Oh, and there's a really nice Corolla SR5 of this vintage around here. Old car, but one of the few Japanese cars from that period that I'd like to have.

#8
11-25-2002 @ 04:44:01 PM
Posted By : cams116 Reply | Edit | Del
Sprinter we call 'em over here, and yeah they are pretty light 800kgs or something, bit more I think.

#9
11-25-2002 @ 05:24:23 PM
Posted By : fordtacomaz Reply | Edit | Del
whats an AE?

#10
11-25-2002 @ 05:26:45 PM
Posted By : solid_snake Reply | Edit | Del
#9, those old corollas I think

#11
11-25-2002 @ 05:29:29 PM
Posted By : fordtacomaz Reply | Edit | Del
well what does AE stand for? Asian Experience?

#12
11-25-2002 @ 05:49:13 PM
Posted By : Obsidian Reply | Edit | Del
do my eyes decive me? is that RWD?

#13
11-25-2002 @ 06:15:41 PM
Posted By : Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
#12, Yes, they were RWD. And they had pretty darn good weight distribution, too.

#14
11-25-2002 @ 06:44:23 PM
Posted By : Low-Tech Redneck Reply | Edit | Del
RWD Import! Riceboy is not amused

#15
11-26-2002 @ 12:36:05 AM
Posted By : Sonicman Reply | Edit | Del
has anyone seen the ae86 with the 20b turbo rotary in it? its CRAZY!
ill try and find the url


#16
11-26-2002 @ 01:26:59 AM
Posted By : importonly58 Reply | Edit | Del
#11, AE doesn't stand for anything; AE86 and AE85 are just chassis code numbers. AE86 usually refers to the Truneo body style, (pop up headlights) and the AE85 is the Levin body style (no pop up headlights)

#17
11-26-2002 @ 10:18:36 PM
Posted By : Adambomb Reply | Edit | Del
#4, I thought that too

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