What engine is in a 1986 Toyota Corolla?
1986 Toyota COROLLA 1.6L 4 -cyl Engine [A] 4A-C.
What engine is in the AE86?
Toyota Corolla GT Coupe (AE86)
|Engine||In-line 4-cyl, 1587cc|
|Power||123bhp @ 6600rpm|
|Torque||107lb ft @ 5200rpm|
How much is a 1986 Toyota Corolla worth?
1986 Toyota Corolla Retail Prices
How much HP does the AE86?
|Toyota AE86 Corolla Coupe 1600 Engine Technical Data|
|Compression Ratio :||9.5|
|Maximum power – Output – Horsepower :||130 PS or 128 bhp or 96 kW @ 6600 rpm|
|Maximum torque :||149 Nm or 109 lb.ft @ 5200 rpm|
|Drive wheels – Traction – Drivetrain :||RWD|
Where can I buy 1986 Toyota Corolla parts?
Keep it Toyota. Shop Toyota USA’s dealer network for Genuine 1986 Toyota Corolla Parts & Accessories.
What kind of engine does a Toyota Corolla Sport have?
In North America, the top-spec DOHC 4A-GEC was sold as the Corolla Sport GT-S (with AE86 on the build plate in the engine bay but AE88 in the VIN), with the SOHC 4A-C being sold as the Corolla Sport SR5 (with AE86 on the build plate and in the VIN). Both versions were sold with Trueno pop-up headlights and Levin taillights.
What’s the name of the fifth generation Toyota Corolla?
In Toyota’s code language, the “A” designates the car’s engine (4A series), “E” designates Corolla, “8” designates fifth generation (E80 series) and “6” designates the variant within this generation. The AE86 is also called the “Hachi-Roku (ハチロク)”, Japanese for “eight-six”.
Where did the Toyota Corolla GT AE86 get its name?
Toyota Corolla GT AE86 Trueno hatchback. The nameplate Trueno derives from the Spanish word for thunder, and Levin derives from the Middle English for lightning. In Japan, the Sprinter Trueno was exclusive to Toyota Japan dealerships called Toyota Auto Store, while the Corolla Levin was exclusive to Toyota Corolla Store.