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Hungster Nov 8, 10:55pm - #1407 
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where to buy apex power fc

i want to order the apex power fc but dont really know where to get it and how much. Where is the cheapest place to order it and how much???
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Steven Nov 8, 11:59pm - #1408 
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Try one of the Authorized Apex-i Dealers thumbsup

AEBS
8270 Miramar Rd.
San Diego, CA 92126
Phone: (858) 693-3200

Area 51
51 Auto Center Dr. Unit A1
Irvine, CA 92618
Phone: (949) 472-6320

Auto Plus Sportzentrium
7046 Mission St.
Daly City, CA 94014
Phone: (650) 757-7751

Bozz Performance
45499 Industrial Place Unit 1
Fremont, CA 94538
Phone: (510) 657-4393

Diamond Star Specialties
3490 Sacramento Dr. Unit B
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
Phone: (805) 541-4483
Fax: (805) 541-7165

Dynamic Autosport
23901 Remme Ridge
Lake Forest, CA 92630
Phone: (949) 457-1234 (Retail)
Fax: (949) 595-8000 (Wholesale)

Group 5 Motorsport
9210 Dody Dr. Suite #C
San Diego, CA 92126
Phone: (858) 693-3278

Irvine Subaru
23663 Rockfield
Lake Forest, CA 92630
Phone: (949) 837-3500

Motorex
15612 New Century Dr.
Gardena, CA 90248
Phone: (310) 224-5085

Motorsport Dynamics
2439 Arden Way
Sacramento, CA 95825
Phone: (916) 648-8000

Option Auto Salon
985 North Todd Ave
Azusa, CA 91702
Phone: (626) 812-7220
Fax: (626) 812-7221

Pacific Rim
260 S. Lake Ave. PMB 208
Pasadena, CA 91101
Phone: (213) 620-8565

Performance Autoworx
1400 Standiford Ave. #10
Modesto, CA 95350
Phone: (209) 491-2700

Power House Distributing
100 North Hill Dr. Suite 29
Brisbane, CA 94005
Phone: (415) 330-9104

Road Race Engineering
13022 La Dana Ct.
Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670
Phone: (562) 777-1522

Savass Inc. Body Shop & Tires
5061 E. Gage Ave.
Bell, CA 90201
Savass Inc. Body Shop & Tires
Phone: (323) 773-9644

Signal Auto USA
1719 Abalone Ave. #401
Torrance, CA 90501
Phone: (310) 787-0505

SR Motorsports
320 Fairview Ave.
Brentwood, CA 94513
Phone: (925) 516-7382

Super Eagle Group
9430 Lurline Ave.
Chatsworth, CA 91311
Phone: (818) 998-2988

Tech 3 Auto Repair & Performance
70 Pullman Way
San Jose, CA 95111
Phone: (408) 365-7888
Fax: (408) 365-2816

XS Engineering
18062 Redondo Circle
Huntington Beach , CA 92648
Phone: (714) 698-8300
Fax: (714) 698-8301

Ziel Motorsports
12229 Woodreff Ave.
Downey, CA 90241
Phone: (562) 803-6122

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Hungster Nov 9, 12:12am - #1409 
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wow thanks a lot
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Steven Nov 9, 12:36am - #1410 
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Anytime bro!!
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isaac Nov 9, 12:41am - #1411 
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I can get you the APEX Super SAFC (AX-401-A907), SHIPPED for $350.

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Steven Nov 9, 12:44am - #1412 
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what about an Apex-i Rev/Speed Meter?
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Hungster Nov 9, 12:56am - #1413 
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wow thanks a lot
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Hungster Nov 9, 12:59am - #1414 
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yea i was thinking about a afc but i have an 02 and i want to change my rev limiter so i would also need to buy a ecu and knock sensor and it would cost me even more money so i mind as well just go with a power fc unless you can get it too me real cheap for all three
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isaac Nov 9, 1:26am - #1415 
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http://www.mbautosport.com/product....%3D86&returnCaption=Back+to+Product+List

Ask for paul and let him know that Isaac from EverythingCelica sugested you call... im sure you can get a SLIGHTLY better deal than whats posted thumbsup
(a few $$$ less.. but not by much)

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Quote:
Originally posted by Hungster:
yea i was thinking about a afc but i have an 02 and i want to change my rev limiter so i would also need to buy a ecu and knock sensor and it would cost me even more money so i mind as well just go with a power fc unless you can get it too me real cheap for all three
actually you can get all 3 of those items cheaper than what a power fc costs. i'm not saying you'll get the same results as a power fc (well no one truely knows what the fc is capable of doing), but it's a whole lot better than the stock '02 gts. i have one and did the rev limiter x-plant. it only cost me $535 for everything!!! just get the 00 ecm from a junk yard and knock sensor from wc toyota. ask for david draper or edrick and they can help you w/ that. as for the s-afc, prices vary; i got a good deal for mine. you can either get a new one or just look on the boards for ppl selling theirs. do the swap!!! it's well worth it!!! thumbsup
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Hungster Nov 9, 3:01am - #1417 
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yea i am thinking about it, how hard is the swap???

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if you know what you're doing...not hard at all. takes about hr and a half if you're an expert and have small hands you're good to go. the hardest part of the sugery is removing the Intake manifold. after that, it's cake...
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Hungster Nov 9, 7:14pm - #1419 
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but i hear about how the ecu resets all the stats you have on a afc after like a week and you gotta do it again, i figure with the power fc i wont have to deal with it and i plan to get it anyways cause i want to tune my car when i save up enough for the blitz sc.

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hmmm... if you are going with Blitz SC go with S-AFC then, because Blitz suppose to have an ECU fix with their kit which is all tuned. PowerFC is better for the turbo because turbo you can easily change boost which PowerFC can compensate, with supercharger to raise boost you have to change pullys which is hard thus you do not really want to do. Since you do not change boost then you do not need all those goodies on powerFC.
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