94 vs. 96

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Anyone have some clues as to why the later EFI system may/may not be better in any way(s)?

Are the earlier transmissions actually stronger? I've read on here there are no problems with the later units....

There are 3 wrecked cruisers of various years coming up for aution soon.... I may snag one for a project.... 4cruiser? RavCruiser? who knows.... I might get silly with it!
 

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Them be questions worthy of the "use the search" answer.


They are all dead horses, well beaten. :rolleyes:
 

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The subject should have been 94 and 96. :D I wouldn't compare them. What ever they have works great. :)
 
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You know already that the only lasting model is the 97 VX Limited :D

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What I heard from somebody at Toyota, 96 was suppose to be the last year for the 80s. They had so many left over parts that they decided to add another year. :D
 
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[quote author=FJ809496TLC link=board=2;threadid=10205;start=msg91345#msg91345 date=1074366697]
What I heard from somebody at Toyota, 96 was suppose to be the last year for the 80s. They had so many left over parts that they decided to add another year. :D
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I can agree with it and that is the reason why the 97 80's are full of all goodies and the 96 not.

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I agree. That is why 97 was heavier. :)
 

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