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injencelicagts
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injencelicagts Aug 23, 4:22am - #256878 

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reprogramers for the 7th gen GTS

dose any one know if any reprogramers are out for 7 gen gts's i cant find any thing for the ecu out for it ... and is there any way to change the lift from 6g down to like 5g rpm???
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BReakinDrifTs Aug 23, 4:23am - #256879 
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The only ecu tuners I know of are the A'pexi Power Fc and Greddy E-manage.
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ikin Aug 23, 4:29am - #256880 
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i heard that its not good to engage lift earlier, forgot where though... confused
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injencelicagts Aug 23, 4:35am - #256881 

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any web sites??
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ArumnDark Aug 23, 8:10am - #256882 
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I believe hitting lift anywhere before 6k RPM will slow you down, more than help you. So I'd say it's better to just leave the lift engage where it's at, and raises the rev limiter a few hundred RPM (8600 maybe, whatever you are comfortable with).

Here's a link to the discussion about the Power FC:

https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthrea...5&fpart=all

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injencelicagts Aug 23, 8:24am - #256883 

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how would hitting the lift at say 5000 rpm slow the car all its doing is lifting the valves more so more air and fule can go in to the combustion chamber creating a bigger explosion thus increasing hp and also i have never hit the rev limiter idk even know were the rev limiter is ... whats is it at 8000
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BReakinDrifTs Aug 23, 8:47pm - #256884 
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It's more complicated than that, has to do with gear ratios and everything. On stock internals, I wouldn't touch lift, maybe just rev limiter wave
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ArumnDark Aug 24, 10:23am - #256885 
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Rev limiter is 8300 or 8400, I believe. Earlier on 2002 model.

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OneShotUno Aug 24, 10:35pm - #256886 

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MWR did a lot of tuning with their GTS. You can see here... http://monkeywrenchracing.com/mwr_celica_gts.html As the graph shows, the lift cam is so aggressive that it makes less power below 6300 rpm than the lower cam makes. They say because of the lag in the VVTL-i actuator, it engages lower and takes over at the perfect spot.
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drkramm Aug 25, 7:39pm - #256887 
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well lift for me is at 6k and its perfect i can shift at rev limt in first and second and stay in lift

jsut because theres more air doesn't mean theres more power from my old sb days i could by cams that were made for specifc areas of the tach i.e. a low range midrang or high range cam all were desinde to work better in there specific area then others

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