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Igal_n_Cindy
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Igal_n_Cindy Jul 11, 2:19am - #220974 

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Help with TURBO

Hi everybody. I have a question that might sound stupid. I just recently bought a Toyota Celica GT '04 auto/with Action Package and i have been looking for a Turbo kit, but all i find are kits for the GTS. Do they make any for the GT? If so, which is the best. Please help, been looking for months.
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drkramm Jul 11, 2:20am - #220975 
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haha yea they make them for the gt in fact they make more for the gt then the gts i think theres like 2 for the gts

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shidarin Jul 11, 2:22am - #220976 
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1 kit for the GTS I thought..
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Rexy13 Jul 11, 3:23am - #220977 
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get a hold of the guys at SF they have a kit for both
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Virgilson Jul 11, 4:23am - #220978 

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yea they have more applications of Turbo's for a GT than a GTS, I would ove to see a Turbo in a Auto GT thumbsup
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Igal_n_Cindy
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Igal_n_Cindy Jul 11, 5:05am - #220979 

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Thanks for your response, however, i have a problem. Sorry for being such a retard, but what does SF stand for. I typed it in google and couldn't find it. Thanks for your help.
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fastceli2001 Jul 11, 5:14am - #220980 

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SF = stafford fabrications

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shidarin
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shidarin Jul 11, 5:59am - #220981 
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Turbo's actually work really well in auto's..
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SaddY Jul 11, 6:00am - #220982 
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c2gas Jul 11, 8:39am - #220983 

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We do also have Turbos for the GT. check c2power.com .
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Simple Jul 11, 8:48am - #220984 

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soo... what are the prices for those Turbo kits??

oh, and it's 'transmission' happywink

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Igal_n_Cindy
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Igal_n_Cindy Jul 11, 5:14pm - #220985 

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Thanks a lot guys that help. I checked the price of the SF kit and it's like $3500 + 8hr installation by a pro, but I have 2 problems: 1, all I have right now is $1500 should I just wait and save for the SF or is there another kit out there for the 2004 Celica gt Auto that's around $1500-$2000. 2, if I do buy the SF I have no idea where to take it to be installed (I live in northern N.J.). By the way is it safe for me to put on a Turbo kit with out doing anything else first? Cause' SF says it is. Thanks again you guys are AWSOME!
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silverceli21 Jul 11, 6:18pm - #220986 

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depends how much psi ur gonna be running i think over 8 or 10 requires some work in engine internals...personally i would wait to have the money SF is wut im saving for thumbsup maybe when i have enought they might lower the price grin

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xXMaGNuSXx Jul 11, 10:20pm - #220987 
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if you don't have the money, but plenty of time, put one together yourself...much cheaper.
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c2gas Jul 11, 10:24pm - #220988 

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Originally Posted by Igal
I see. Does anybody know of a good place to take my celica for installs in northern N.J. I think I might go with the C2Power Level 2 kit from what I read it brings all the parts I would need to have the Turbo set higher with out the engine flying out the car, am I right? happywink


We call our kits st1 (up to 50% power gain), st2(from 50% to 100% power gain) and st3 over 100%. I think usually other developers are limited like that, cos a bolt on kit should not give to much stress on stock internals. If you go over 50% then you strongly recommended to use High quality internals.
Our kit is different from stafford. They use other Turbo and engine management and etc... The results are also different. They have higher HP goals but less torque( as far as Im right). I dont like their black box ECU. Thats all.
Our st1 kit is almost the sme as the st2, BUT you do have to have internals and lot of labour cost to install them, wich makes it expensive.
Whatever you will choose I`m glad to help. I deffenatly say not to consider any othe kit by now. I Think we are the only 2 companies by now whom had more kits runing and tryed.
If you have any more question email us to [email]sales@c2power.com.[/email]
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