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TeaBag
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TeaBag Mar 13, 2:51am - #123986 
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Zex dry kit, hooking it up

How the hell do i connect my nitros smart box to the TPS(throttle Postision Sensor) Please if anyones knows i need this infor before monday march 15th
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spaztikid Mar 13, 2:53am - #123987 
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are you sure you know what your doing?

dry kit + returnless fuel system = REALLY BAD COMBONATION
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CeLlYgT04 Mar 13, 3:02am - #123988 

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I think the celi requires a wet kit from ZEX confused
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LostAngel Mar 13, 3:09am - #123989 
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Originally Posted by CeLlYgT04
I think the celi requires a wet kit from ZEX confused

Yeah...celicas require a wet kit..
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TeaBag Mar 13, 3:27am - #123990 
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na you can use a dry kit, it just does work as well, what information im looking for is where is the Throttle position sensor so i can connect the smart box to recognize full throttle, my uncle looked it up and it seems to be behind the throttle body(towards cab of car) and the wire is the black with white tracers.
I will be installing it this weekend
ill let yall know how it works

And who said you NEED a wet kit, why, elaborate, because i know a wet kit will be more efficient but also put more strain on your motor, or im wrong
who knows, yall tell me
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Sultan Mar 13, 5:54am - #123991 

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Zex has some sort of dry-to-wet conversion I believe
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trdcelica13 Mar 13, 8:45am - #123992 
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check the installs section under safc installation, they have a location of the throttle positition wire there, i hooked into it before wiring one up.

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skdmorse Mar 13, 1:25pm - #123993 

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You are playing with fire... If you are actually hooking up a dry kit prepair to be buying a new3 car in the near future.. Do a search, you need a wet kit... I AM NOT KIDDING...
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TeaBag Mar 13, 7:39pm - #123994 
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Thank you for that information. I would have sprayed my shit not knowing this issue wiht no return fuel line. Thanks
if anyone gets any info on converting dry kit to wet, please post it in this thread
THANKS everyone
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spaztikid Mar 13, 9:23pm - #123995 
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i think zex makes a conversion kit for dry to wet ... it runs like 80 bucks.

skdmorse knows more about it than me, because he has a zex kit.
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Sultan Mar 13, 9:33pm - #123996 

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I know they have a conversion kit but I couldn't find it on their site - maybe skdmorse can link ya or you could just email/call them directly
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robare99 Mar 13, 9:43pm - #123997 

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A stafford fuel rail will allow a fuel return, but don't ask me how to hook it up.

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TeaBag Mar 13, 10:23pm - #123998 
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I know this is probably best for another thread but, what is out there in terms of fuel rails/fuel systems that have return fuel lines. Is this a bitchto install, can a DIY do it? just wondering whats out there, let me know if anyone has some info on that, Just so everyone Knows, im bying a wet conversion, im not that dumb, just ignorant
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Sultan Mar 14, 12:38am - #123999 

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Stafford makes a very good fuel rail - install is not that difficult for the mechanically-inclined
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TeaBag Apr 5, 8:01pm - #124000 
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Ok, I called Zex and they states the dry to wet conversion kit runs $396 not including tax. Part number is 81021, you can call and order it from them at 1-888-817-1008. If anyone else was looking for this information.
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fastceli2001 Apr 5, 8:59pm - #124001 

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the tps wire is e4-23. https://www.celicahobby.com/tech/tsb2/DIAGRAMS_ENGINE_ECM_GUIDE1.jpg i know because i just installed my zex kit grin

a kid told me that celicas handle like crap... i laughed
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5280vvti Apr 5, 9:21pm - #124002 

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Dry kit + Celica = KABOOM
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