SPECS
Horsepower
134 HP
Torque
105 LB-FT
Curb Weight
3042 LB
Drivetrain
Front Wheel Drive
Engine Size
1.8 L
Transmission Type
Continuously Variable Transmission
MPG (City/Highway)
50 MPG
VEHICLE STORY

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[]Sifu Gus

VERY NICE IM TRYINY TO WORK ON MY PRIUS C SO WERE DO YOU SUGEST TO GO TO FIND PARTS FOR THEM....4074596618 IS MY # TO TEXT ME IF AND WHEN YOU CAN THANK YOU GOD BLESS

[]Harvey Duncan

If that's the case, that may open up other options like the tC's. Probably a little better, or so I'd hope.

[]Jay Jayasiri

Harvey the XB2 may work (both platforms are the same) I also think the Rav4 shares suspension parts

[]Harvey Duncan

Smoking Tire, like with many. Was stopping in to see if one could swap out the MR2 Spyder steering rack for the Prius. From what I understand, a lot of guys who do electric conversions (according to a Scion xB1 conversion). Perhaps that could be an alternative? My Echo needs a quicker rack, which is how I found out the MR2 Spyder is a source for stuff like that-- I was seeing if xB's and Echoes are compatible... sorta a long story that doesn't matter, but apparently they are.

[]Avinash Minhas

Hey Jay, I just saw your Prius on "The Smoking Tire", and I just wanted to say that you are truly an innovator my friend. I never thought of a fast hybrid, even when Honda announced the cr-z (I thought it was dumb at the time). Even yesterday, I see LMP1 hyrbids and that didn't translate to me because of the space ship engineering and technology associated just seemed a fantasy. But today, I see it (just watched your car on youtube)... why not try and hack the Prius and have control of KERS? Turbo or other power adding /efficiency possibilities? I am in love with this concept now, and you sir are a genius.

[]Scott Huddleston

love it Jay! great work on your daily!

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