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low-end torque #11998 Apr 14, 9:35am Apr 14, 9:35am
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El Paso, TX
low-end torque
what is the best way to incress the low-end torque on the celica gt (2000) what parts add the best or is the best way to do a port and polish and buy an ecu


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Re: low-end torque [Re: EuRoBoYGT] #11999 Apr 14, 1:57pm Apr 14, 1:57pm
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if weather permits (no chances of hydrolocking) then an AEM CAI would be a start (best with torque but Injen is very close). TRD exhaust has done well on the dynos. a TRD jdm header is another way to go. with more money you can go with a turbo (may be some turbo lag) or supercharger (more immediate response=torque).


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