Toyota Celica Performance Parts
The Toyota Celica first came on the market in 1970; it eventually changed from rear wheel drive to front, but it was always been powered by a four-cylinder powerplant. The majority of Celicas on the road today are from the sixth and seventh generation, and we carry an extensive lineup of Toyota Celica performance parts for these cars from manufacturers you can trust, such as Sparco, Tanabe, and Greddy.
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The sixth-generation Celica was introduced for model year 1994 and was offered in ST and GT trims. The ST was powered by a new 1.8-L engine rated at 105 hp, while the GT came with the previous-generation 2.2-L engine that produced 135 hp. In addition to the coupe body style, the sixth-gen Celica was available as a liftback and a convertible body. The coupe and convertible were dropped in the seventh generation, which was sold in the United States from model year 1999 to 2005. It Celica came with two versions of 1.8-L powerplants, one producing 140 hp and one rated at 190. The engines were paired with a four-speed automatic or five- or six-speed manual. Whether you are repairing a mechanical or electrical system or enhancing the comfort of the cabin, you can find the Toyota Celica performance parts and accessories you need here.
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SPC Rear Arm
Camber -3.00 degree to +3.00 degree; Requires 2 Per Axle; Sold Individually
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Competition Stage 1.5 Clutch Kit
w/ Full Face Organic Disc; 30-40% Torque Capacity Increase; Easy Cushion, Double Springs; Torsion Damper Included; Steel-Back Facing; Minimal Increase in Pedal Load; Ductile Iron; Lifter Clip for Quick Release
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