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    Need some information about the mileage and reliability of a 3c
    and also, which one would you advice is more economical, 2c in an pkdm 2009 corolla or 3c in an corolla x?


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    A 3c-te any day for me. Had one, beat the **** out of and it never failed me. Ton's of torque, plus the ct9 turbo helped the engine to go pretty fast. Also, i did a few changes to the engine which pretty much revived the capabilities. I don't know what your plans are but I would suggest to opt for either of the turbocharged versions in the 2c-3c category.
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    Quote Originally Posted by devils_smile View Post
    A 3c-te any day for me. Had one, beat the **** out of and it never failed me. Ton's of torque, plus the ct9 turbo helped the engine to go pretty fast. Also, i did a few changes to the engine which pretty much revived the capabilities. I don't know what your plans are but I would suggest to opt for either of the turbocharged versions in the 2c-3c category.
    Both vehicles have naturally aspirated engines

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    Quote Originally Posted by dayrider View Post
    Both vehicles have naturally aspirated engines
    I thought you were talking about a swap.
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    3c is more ecomical and have better torque than 2c

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    Quote Originally Posted by saboor73 View Post
    3c is more ecomical and have better torque than 2c
    That is the engine wise, but the other also to consider is the 2c comes with a 5 speed manual where as the 3c has a 4 speed auto

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    Quote Originally Posted by dayrider View Post
    That is the engine wise, but the other also to consider is the 2c comes with a 5 speed manual where as the 3c has a 4 speed auto
    whos stopping you from bolting a danda gear to 2C?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    whos stopping you from bolting a danda gear to 2C?
    Nothing is stopping me, but these vehicles, that I speak of, are in original factory fit condition. So I prefer to keep them that way, I want the 3c but my head says the 2c is the way to go

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