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dtoyogts62
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dtoyogts62 Aug 16, 3:00pm - #250917 
2002 Silver Toyota Celica
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TRAIL 3ZZ Stroker Kit for 2002 GTS

I'm just wanting to know if any of you guys have thought about getting it etc...or even have it..im interested please post all info you have.
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AZZKIKR
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AZZKIKR Aug 16, 3:12pm - #250918 

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ITS SUPER EXPENSIVE...and you have to buy race gas for your engine to get it to work due to the high compression, you'd be better off Turboing your GTS...you'd probably get the same power, and not as much for the cost
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Rave669 Aug 16, 9:02pm - #250919 

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but it's not as stressful on the drivetrain. and it will run fine on pump premium (93 octane) according to the reps at trial. Keep in mind, japan's octane ratings are calculated differently than in the USA. if you run 91 octane, you need to add a PowerFC and get it properly tuned to correct any detonation problems.

Yes, it's exspensive, but so are Turbos. N/A setups are more reliable than F/I setups in the long run.

it's your call man. these are just opinions.

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Tru_gts Aug 16, 9:15pm - #250920 
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i agree ^^^

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AZZKIKR Aug 16, 9:29pm - #250921 

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I have a built (except for cams) GT motor that's N/a and I totally understand about the whole reliability thing...its soo much easier than having to worry about a Turbo setup...but it still wasn't cheap
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