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Clos
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Mar 18, 5:50am - #128112 
questions

okay wat is the best pulleys,flywheel and headers for a GTS
how much horses and torgue please thanks a lot

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drkramm
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Mar 18, 6:00am - #128113 
celica store has some retty cheap AEM ones
https://www.celicahobby.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=24_46&products_id=84

ive been thinking about them lol


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Mar 18, 10:01am - #128114 
pullies are controversial so you can do a search for all the feedback, but unorthodox has the best gains but MIGHT cause problems. AEM doesn't remove the harmonic damper but doesn't provide as much Performance.

flywheel choice depends on your goal. you don't really want too light unless you plan on a lot of drag racing (and a clutch to match). fidanza is popular but personally i'm gonna go with TRD. there's tech info on flywheels, also.

the most popular and best all around header right now is trial's. it's also the most expensive. dc is about to release their header with rumored gains at least equal, if not better, to trial. dynoes will prove that (which is why they may be taking longer than anticipated).

the best thing is to search the site (or others) for the best answers. beats waiting for responses... thumbsup


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Mar 18, 10:03am - #128115 
TOM's Japan has the lightest flywheel, but I think it's been discontinued, there might be a few still out there.

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Mar 18, 10:11am - #128116 
Originally Posted by drkramm
celica store has some retty cheap AEM ones
https://www.celicahobby.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=24_46&products_id=84

ive been thinking about them lol


http://www.hopupracing.com/aemtrpusy20g.html
cheaper then the ec store by 5 dollars tongue

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