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Anonymous Jul 3, 12:41am - #1554 
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need help...thinking about dyno-ing my car...

i have an '02 gts with an AEM CAI and an hks hyper exhaust...oh and am sittin on 18's. i want to dyno it to see what kind of numbers i get. my question is, should i do it on the stock wheels or should i do it on the 18's since i role on them everyday. i've seen dyno sheets with AEM and Injen CAI's w/ TRD exhausts but none with an hks exhaust. i am really curious what kind of numbers my car will put out. i'm also thinking about getting the apex'i s-afc or the hks controller. i've read that the hks controller is better for the celica though. (oh and by the way, which model controller was the hksl...brain fart!!!) confused

also, it would be interesting what type of numbers the new amss header would on my ride as well, but i'm still waiting to see how it does on all the other people that got one. thanks... rice

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Anonymous Jul 3, 4:00am - #1555 
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well HKS works better but Apex looks prettier [Razz]
Go for the HKS would like to see one in action.
now 00CericaRuss have some dyno clips
Here is one red celica with the usual CAI and exhaust running on Nitrous:
http://russ.angrypacket.com/videos/...dyno-on-nos.mpg
X-Evil-X with CAI exhaust and new racing clutch:
http://russ.angrypacket.com/videos/...evil-x-dyno.mpg
00CericaRuss with S-AFC+CAI+Exhaust+18" rims:
http://russ.angrypacket.com/videos/...inside-dyno.mpg
http://russ.angrypacket.com/videos/...utside-dyno.mpg
check them out while it is still on

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Anonymous Jul 4, 3:05am - #1556 
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none of the links worked frown
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