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jav8or
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jav8or Jul 27, 7:49pm - #234152 

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2002 Toyota Celica

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install

i looked in the install section and couldnt find how to install a knock sensor
i was just wondering is it an easy install
i heard if you have a 2002 gts and want to rev to 8300, you have to replace the ecu and the knock sensor of the previous or later models
thanx

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RicePowered Jul 27, 7:57pm - #234153 
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I'm sure you find the info you want in the tech manual about the knock sensor.
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csheriff Jul 27, 9:10pm - #234154 
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its your car, but unless you can find a used computer to swap out, its expensive as hell to do the swap. its cheaper to get the power fc, plus you dont have to swap out the knock sensor.

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spaztikid Jul 27, 9:11pm - #234155 
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go the way of the PFC... about the same price but 100x better.
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