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Thread: Soren's 96 JZX-90 Tourer-V Switching to the Toyota Team?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soren View Post
    And then there's the time that Griff hypnotized me and demanded that I come over to the Toyota team!
    LIES!

    Ok there might have been some influence there

    Looks good now when are we heading on the next road trip?

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    I'll let you know.. if you want in. (If you are man enough!)

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    The pedals are +35 hp if mated with an auto tranny. Sorry I forgot to mention that.

    I think that this car might be the nail in the coffin for changing over to RWD Toyotas. 4WD is great performing and very helpful in the winter but RWD feels so nice. (disclaimer... My car history is 90% RWD Toyotas so my bias runs deep).

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    Your gonna have to let us know what kind of highway fuel mileage you get on this thing when you bring it back to Edmonton. I need to know!
    93 GC8A 5spd Graphite Gray Pearl! (SOLD)
    04 SG5 Manual Forester XT
    97 JZX100 5spd Toyota Chaser Tourer V!

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    Speedstick - I'll be sure to track it accurately for ya!

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    I want a ride in this for sure Shaun! Good find.

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    It's.... so big...

    How much does it displace?

    Does the mast deploy automatically?

    I think you will need a pleasure-craft operator's card to legally navigate Canada's waterways.
    1995 STi Version II

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    I'm pretty sure it's smaller than the GT-B

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    Quote Originally Posted by koalorka View Post
    It's.... so big...

    How much does it displace?

    Does the mast deploy automatically?

    I think you will need a pleasure-craft operator's card to legally navigate Canada's waterways.
    Well, compared to your car, it's 1 cm shorter, 6 cm wider and 41cm longer (so about 1 foot). If hyperbole is your preferred mode of communication, I'd like to ask how in the world you pilot your unreasonably tall and tippy machine?

    compared to my Legacy, it's 10cm longer, 5.5 cm wider, and 10 cm shorter

    Weight is less than the Legacy, has the same power figure, but has more torque. How big did you think this was?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soren View Post
    Well, compared to your car, it's 1 cm shorter, 6 cm wider and 41cm longer (so about 1 foot).
    You are visibly upset.

    Your vessel is almost small enough to utilize the Panama Canal, not bad!

    How many nautical miles is the turn radius?
    1995 STi Version II

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