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jfields
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jfields Jun 17, 9:21pm - #200447 
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what up with the lift

y does lift really matter if it doesn't kick in until 6000rpms and the car red lines at 7000rpm. i am confused about this but i could just be retarded

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VSGTS14 Jun 17, 9:21pm - #200448 

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um ok?
it doesnt' redline at 7k either.
and fuel cutoff isn't till about 8350, so you can shift right before then...

lift is for enjoyment thumbsup

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darksidecelica Jun 17, 11:15pm - #200449 

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andrews Jun 17, 11:16pm - #200450 

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Originally Posted by jfields
y does lift really matter if it doesn't kick in until 6000rpms and the car red lines at 7000rpm. i am confused about this but i could just be retarded


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nebraskaGTS Jun 17, 11:27pm - #200451 

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as long as you have a manual and you know what you're doing, you're not gonna spend much time below 5800 RPMs when you are racing anyways, so lift is perfect. the celica is an econo car below about 4k, and a sports car above thumbsup
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Chelica815 Jun 18, 2:43am - #200452 
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So one will still great milage on a GTS like the GT if one was to shift at 3k?

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nebraskaGTS Jun 21, 5:44am - #200453 

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i'm not sure if it would be the same mileage or not b/c they are 2 different engines, but i would say that they would be very similar, when i drive on all highway i get almost 500 miles per tank with my GTS thumbsup
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falkkor Jun 21, 6:19am - #200454 

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RookieGTS Jun 21, 7:49am - #200455 

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haha nebraska GTS you made a really good point! and as for the other nub who asked about lift! NUB!!! thumbsup grin
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ragingpaseo Jun 21, 4:11pm - #200456 
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Originally Posted by VSGTS14
lift is for enjoyment thumbsup

^^^turbo is for real speed... thumbsup
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round2gts Jun 21, 9:50pm - #200457 

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Originally Posted by ragingpaseo
Originally Posted by VSGTS14
lift is for enjoyment thumbsup

^^^turbo is for real speed... thumbsup


yea agreed
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ravertony Jun 21, 9:53pm - #200458 
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some people jus don know about low end and high end differences for daily driving and racing rolleyes
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Lucky_317 Jun 22, 12:09am - #200459 

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lift kicks on at 6200 rpms

2000 - 2001 models rev limiter is at 8400 rpms

2002 models rev limit is 7800 rpms

2003 - 2004 same as 2000 models



lift matters when you really want to push the car. other then that it has no purpose. If you dont plan on pushing the car you shoulda got an auto gt thumbsup

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^^^ you can clearly see what happens to your power when you hit lift grin

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Lucky_317 Jun 22, 12:12am - #200460 

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^^ btw thats from my car and I'm not quite stock.

My lift kicks on at 6000 rpms and rev limiter is set to 8600 rpms.

there is also no as drastic of a change over when lift kicks in eek

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Polykarb Jun 22, 4:03am - #200461 

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yeah at least it's not vtec, VTEC JUST KICKED IN MAN WOW. haha

^ similar to it, without the ricer image...

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Lucky_317 Jun 22, 4:42am - #200462 

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actually a stock dyno it kicks on harsh. what I posted was my nice new tuned version that we made smile lol

lemme find a stock one...

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Lucky_317 Jun 22, 4:44am - #200463 

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Lucky_317 Jun 22, 4:47am - #200464 

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that was on a hot day and after a long freakin drive.

mods AEM CAI, unbolted exhaust vs same thing only added the pfc w/ original basemap.


you can see how drastic the cross over is before the power fc and then see how we changed it.

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