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BlackCelicaGTS
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BlackCelicaGTS Mar 15, 11:01pm - #126066 

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Lift Bolt Help?

Just some questions...
I was wondering if its possible for the Performance of lift to be decreased from lift bolts that arnt nessessarly broken,..but maybe a little worn?
Also,..would it be better to replace them before they break?? If so, would toyota delearship do it without robbing me and charging me a lot of money??
Thanks for the help

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stefanoc Mar 15, 11:11pm - #126067 

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Originally Posted by BlackCelicaGTS
Just some questions...
I was wondering if its possible for the Performance of lift to be decreased from lift bolts that arnt nessessarly broken,..but maybe a little worn?
Also,..would it be better to replace them before they break?? If so, would toyota delearship do it without robbing me and charging me a lot of money??
Thanks for the help


according to members around here, when you start feeling like a little power loss at 6000 rpm and over, that means its time to change ur lift bolts. if you dont, then they eventually break! DONOT let them break, labor will cost more to take off broken lift bolts off the engine then just replace the worn out bolts. in one case, they just unscrew it, and the other they look all inside ur engine to find the pieces. if not broken already, there should be a instruction of how to fix it in the installs sections if im right, if you broke it then good luck. replacing lift bolts isnt that hard. for more question, you can talk to Lucky_317. he knows a lot about this stuff
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