Toyota starlet Glanza v

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Toyota starlet Glanza v

Postby Nayls » Thu Aug 26, 2010 9:43 am

Toyota starlet glanza v

1996 N reg

mot til july 2010

no road tax (can tax at buyers expense)

roughly 65k miles,the reason i say roughly is because when i bought the car the mileage was 100,000 km,i could'nt get on with the kmh being used to mph for years! so i fitted a converter to the gearbox so that it reads in mph (this also removed the speed cut),the car now reads 104,000. 100,000 kmh = 60,000 miles add on the 4,000 i've done in miles & you get 64,000.

For those of you that dont know,the car is a 1.3 16valve turbo producing around 130bhp in standard form,this car has been modified so will be producing around 170bhp,it's capable of a fair bit more but i have the boost down to a very low 5psi,it will comfotably run 15psi & produce over 200bhp (will require an adjustable fuel pressure regulator first though)you could run 10-12 psi without the fpr which will obviously up the power a bit.

i only potter about in the car,1 mile to the shop & 3-4 miles in to the local town so this type of car is'nt ideal for me,it's wasted on me if im honest.

electric windows,electric mirors,power steering,abs & power steering are all standard luxuries on the car,air con is possible if you source the parts (plenty available on the starlet websites or ebay)

The car drives very very well with no knocks,bangs or smoke from the engine or anywhere else for that matter,i've not had a single issue with the car in my time of ownership.

The cambelt was replaced 3k miles ago so is good for a long time yet
i've also recently serviced the car

Here's a list of modifications & also resent new parts fitted to the car

HYbrid ct9 turbo,as i've said,running only at 5psi but capable of a lot more
Brand new front mounted intercooler
Hks exhaust system,what an awesome sound this produces,not very loud,just a nice purr
Brand new Decat
Uprated clutch
jam super tuning system
Brand new alloy radiator
Brand new red silicone hoses
Induction kit
Relocation kit for the induction kit so that the filter sits in direct air flow through the grille area
Lowered all round on trd suspension
Front strut brace
New magnecore ht leads
New spark plugs
New distributor cap
New rotor arm
New oil filter & fresh oil fitted
New coolant fitted & system flushed

Indiglo plasma dials,these look very good at night
106 gti leather/alcantra seats fitted in the front,much better than the horrid standard seats
Jvc cd players & speakers
Razo pedals

98 spec front bumper
Jam fibreglass bonnet with functioning bonnet pins
Tinted rear window
Tinted rear 1/4 windows
crystal headlights & clear indicators
15" momo alloys

alarm/immobiliser with remote central locking & built in auto turbo timer


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Re: Toyota starlet Glanza v

Postby rs250nut » Wed Jun 15, 2011 11:16 pm

Suprised you have not broke it dogger :D
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Re: Toyota starlet Glanza v

Postby Marc moss » Wed Jun 15, 2011 11:29 pm

5 psi on a hybrid @ 170hp?
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Re: Toyota starlet Glanza v

Postby Tomo » Sat Jun 18, 2011 11:38 am

Pics aren't working
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Re: Toyota starlet Glanza v

Postby Lady Lexus » Sat Jun 18, 2011 3:19 pm

This was first posted in August so not sure if it's still up for sale
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Re: Toyota starlet Glanza v

Postby vtec_yo » Sat Aug 27, 2011 4:53 pm

Pics broken.

Any history?

Cash only or px available?

Is the MOT actually a year out of date or do you mean July 2012? Am potentially very interested in this.

EDIT: Fucks sake this thread is over a year old!!!
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