AE86 Gt-apex?

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Old 11 May 2010, 07:25 am   #1 (permalink)
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Default AE86 Gt-apex?

how can you tell the difference between a normal trueno and a gt-apex trueno apart from the word "gt-apex" on the boot















yea i am a initial d fan. but arent there tureno's and gt-apex tureno's? i wanna kno the difference between them so i can buy 1
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Old 11 May 2010, 07:26 am   #2 (permalink)
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there the same car, AE86 is the chassi* name and trueno/ gt-apex is the name of the car its self















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you are a initial d fan too arent you?
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Im not sure but i think the gt-apex is a trim that comes with stiffer suspension, and closer gear ratios due to the smaller rear differential.































you dont really need a gt-apex version. just make sure you find 'rolla with a 4age with a manual tranny. you can always upgrade suspension and drive train later. and it will make it alot easyer if your trying to swap out the 16valve for a 20.















Just stay away from the carburated motor
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