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tony
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tony Jun 21, 6:08pm - #22144 

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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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Ground wire kit

in theory, it works. But, not as with many "power increasing mods", it could just be your butt dyno. Hum... Do you think i should get one to try for $40?

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Steven
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Steven Jun 22, 11:31pm - #22145 
2001 Spectra Blue Mica Toyota Celica GTS
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yea get one. I have one... don't get red though because the red means "postive" when infact it's a negative/ground charge.

Or you can make it yourself.
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Steven
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Steven Jun 22, 11:33pm - #22146 
2001 Spectra Blue Mica Toyota Celica GTS
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2001 Toyota Celica GTS

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Riverside, CA
30" from negative terminal to the bolt near the Intake, under the fuse box bracket.

27" from the negative to the tranny bolt under the battery

14" from the tranny bolt to the engine block. as illustrated in the picture

22" from the right side of the engine block to the left side of the engine block, connect the end to the m10 1.25 bolt

23" from the m10 1.25 bolt to the Power steering reserve bracket bolt. as illustrated in the picture. power steering reserve must be removed from the bracket and moved over to the side inorder to loosen the bolt under it.
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