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lpfan
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lpfan Sep 20, 9:54pm - #280338 

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i'm sure 50 million people ask this question, so don't get mad

i have a 2002 gts..and dammit i want more power. i currently have a TRD exhaust that basically pisses off my neighbors but gets me no where. could anybody please direct me to a website with some aftermarket parts(nopi has nothing) or maybe make some suggestions on what i should buy. i think a supercharger would be perfect!!!
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sbocaj55 Sep 20, 10:15pm - #280339 

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how much you looking to spend? Blitz s/c runs like 6k...
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Lucky_317 Sep 20, 10:16pm - #280340 

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if you search you will find what you're lookin for smile

first thing would be to change the ecu to either a 2000 ecu or to a power fc so you can take advantage of a higher rev limiter. instead of the ghey 7800 that you have now.

second think about getting a new car cause celicas arent blazing fast lol.

to get big powr you gotta go Turbo. N/A will be more expensive and get less power in the long run. (trust me I know smile )

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StuntPanda Sep 20, 10:46pm - #280341 

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try www.labreemotorsports.com
they do all custom stuff and i have one of their exhausts on my car and it's awesome. i got a lot more power, its mellow, but loud enough when you get on it. PM me if you need more info. smile
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Lyth0s Sep 20, 10:49pm - #280342 
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yeah goto www.monkeywrenchracing.com they have a lot the preformance parts that you can get for our celicas there. To get a Turbo you would have to upgrade your internals such as valve springs, lower compresion ratio to 8.8:1, new pistons, piston rods, hardend valves, new transmission and clutch if you want to push like 8 psi or higher. if you only want like 3-5 psi you shouldnt have to upgrade too much, but i would still lower compression ratio, just to play it safe hehe...hope this helps a little
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Lucky_317 Sep 20, 11:21pm - #280343 

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you can run daily on 8 psi and even run 11 psi for races on stock internals IMO thumbsup

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lpfan Sep 20, 11:37pm - #280344 

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thanks everyone...looking at Turbo kits right now...credit bills are going to own me for awhile.
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Lucky_317 Sep 20, 11:40pm - #280345 

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for Turbo kits I push Stafford kits. thumbsup

XS is Poop so don't even bother lookin at their kit.

also DA sports is another kit NOT to look at.

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ikin Sep 20, 11:55pm - #280346 
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Originally Posted by Lucky_317
for Turbo kits I push Stafford kits. thumbsup

XS is Poop so don't even bother lookin at their kit.

also DA sports is another kit NOT to look at.


exactly go with sf thumbsup
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round2gts Sep 21, 1:44am - #280347 

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might want to talk to c2 power guys too about thier Turbo

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