anyone heard of a chip or anything yet that will take a gts's lift from kicking in a 6 to kicking in at lik4 or 5?
that wont work, and heres an explanation why,
"For everyone who's always insisting on trying to lower the VVTL crossover point- here are the results of a full round of tuning on the small cam only, then the large one. The torque curves cross at about 6300 RPM, making that the theoretically ideal point. Because of the Performance of the VVT actuator it works best to change over a bit earlier, but certainly not lower than 6000 RPM like the 2000 Toyota Celica ECU."
link to site http://monkeywrenchracing.com/mwr_celica_gts.html
best advantage of the pfc is to rev higher in lift, and make landing in lift super easy, our pfc's are set to 8600 rpms, and landing the 1-2 shift takes no effort what so ever.