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ollie526
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ollie526 Jun 7, 2:14am - #193475 
2001 Liquid Silver Toyota Celica GT
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I need new pedals!

I've had my 01 GT for about a week and I dont have much money now to put into it, but I want to make some small changes. I already put on the S2000 antenna to replace the lightening rod and now I'm looking to replace the ugly stock automatic pedals. Do you guys have any you like and are there any special sizes that I need to get since I noticed my gas pedal is real narrow.

There's so much I wanna do after looking at the other cars on this site, but I gotta pay off the car and my college loans 1st! Aside from the antenna and pedals, any suggestions of slight mods that will make a difference looks wise for cheap money? I thought of a Exhaust tip since the stock one is small and already shows some age but I dont know. Any help would be appreciated.
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v3n0m Jun 7, 2:20am - #193476 

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Exhaust tip is just gonna sound like crap. If you wanna do it right, I would save up & get brand name parts. I think the EC store has pedals & a couple of people have done a review on them & they're happy with the pedals. A mod that you can do for free is to remove the rear badges. All you need is a hair drier & some floss or any really thin string/line.
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spaztikid Jun 7, 2:21am - #193477 
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check the ec store thumbsup

also, i have razo pedals and their awsome thumbsup
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Evan
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Evan Jun 7, 3:54am - #193478 

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Get some custom celica pedals from http://www.autovation.net

Here's mine:

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Sultan
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Sultan Jun 7, 5:03am - #193479 

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...or get the GTS pedals...
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robare99
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robare99 Jun 7, 5:05am - #193480 

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A cheap-ish mod would be tint
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SaddY Jun 7, 5:14am - #193481 
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Sparco! Sparco ! get a shift knob smile and a shortshifter smile would be more improvement then pedals smile

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Originally Posted by SaddY
Sparco! Sparco ! get a shift knob smile and a shortshifter smile would be more improvement then pedals smile
he is an auto. For pedals i would definatly get GTS pedals. I got the ones from this site and they are okay. The dead pedal is way to small so i didnt use it. Other than that they are good.
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Masrod
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Masrod Jun 7, 4:00pm - #193483 
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Originally Posted by v3n0m
Exhaust tip is just gonna sound like crap. If you wanna do it right, I would save up & get brand name parts. I think the EC store has pedals & a couple of people have done a review on them & they're happy with the pedals. A mod that you can do for free is to remove the rear badges. All you need is a hair drier & some floss or any really thin string/line.


make sure to go to walgreens or some drug store and buy glue gone (spelling?) too. it'll take all that sticky crap off the car. costs about $4.
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v3n0m Jun 7, 4:18pm - #193484 

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^ I just used a wet rag & that took the old glue right off.
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Sancho Jul 4, 6:38am - #193485 

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Originally Posted by robare99
A cheap-ish mod would be tint


Depends on what you tint and how dark the tint is. Also, the quality of film and who applies it. So it could be cheap, but what robare99 means is its cheap-er than most other mods.

I would suggest Clear Corners. Around $30-40. Already did teh antenna S2k thing. Euro-tails if you're into that. rofl Get new headlights. The MTECH krypton halogens are pretty cheap and they sell them at the ECelica store. Have fun! grin

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aznricecooker99 Jul 4, 7:19am - #193486 
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Originally Posted by Masrod
Originally Posted by v3n0m
Exhaust tip is just gonna sound like crap. If you wanna do it right, I would save up & get brand name parts. I think the EC store has pedals & a couple of people have done a review on them & they're happy with the pedals. A mod that you can do for free is to remove the rear badges. All you need is a hair drier & some floss or any really thin string/line.


make sure to go to walgreens or some drug store and buy glue gone (spelling?) too. it'll take all that sticky crap off the car. costs about $4.


u can also get "tar and bug remover" and does what it says, pretty strong but gets in off hella clean
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v3n0m Jul 4, 7:20am - #193487 

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dude, this post is a month old, stop whoring rofl tongue
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