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TRDOTC Oct 1, 1:22am - #288711 

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Trail and APC Websites

Hey everyone,


was informed about Trial headers and APC valve functuators and turbo mufflers...anyone have these websites???
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silver Oct 1, 1:26am - #288712 
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We apoligize because some of our senior members forgot the [/sarcasm] tag.

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Nice work guys. rofl rofl rofl
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TRDOTC Oct 1, 1:28am - #288713 

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MptGlw69 Oct 1, 1:29am - #288714 
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MptGlw69 Oct 1, 1:29am - #288715 
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Originally Posted by silver
We apoligize because some of our senior members forgot the [/sarcasm] tag.

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Nice work guys. rofl rofl rofl


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TRDOTC Oct 1, 1:30am - #288716 

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MptGlw69 Oct 1, 1:32am - #288717 
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Also, don't get APC stuff. It's not good quality. thumbsdown
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imp Oct 1, 1:34am - #288718 
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Originally Posted by TRDOTC
Hey everyone,


was informed about Trial headers and APC valve functuators and turbo mufflers...anyone have these websites???


They were BSing you dude, if you buy a full turbo kit, you shouldn't need to buy anythin else,other than maybe gauges or a boost controller

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ragingpaseo Oct 1, 1:35am - #288719 
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^damn it, you beat me to it first... rofl
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silver Oct 1, 1:35am - #288720 
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Originally Posted by MptGlw69
Originally Posted by silver
We apoligize because some of our senior members forgot the [/sarcasm] tag.

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Nice work guys. rofl rofl rofl


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imp Oct 1, 1:38am - #288721 
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sorry paseo grin

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TRDOTC Oct 1, 1:39am - #288722 

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oh hehhehehe, don't i need to buy headers and shit so i don't blow engine??? and the kits come with air Intakes or are they seperate?
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TRDOTC Oct 1, 1:39am - #288723 

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oh hehhehehe, don't i need to buy headers and shit so i don't blow engine??? and the kits come with air Intakes or are they seperate?
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imp Oct 1, 1:46am - #288724 
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No, you shouldn't need new headers,unless you are really turnin up the boost, and I believe Intakes come with most kits

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silver Oct 1, 1:48am - #288725 
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Ahem, time for tech talk! grin


Whatever turbo kit you end up buying will come with a specialized exhaust manifold for use with the turbo. You CANNOT use the stock or Trial header. It will NOT work. You will however, need to have a new exhaust fabricated. Just ask people in your town what the best exhaust/muffler shop is, and go there. Depending on your state's laws, you may or may not need to keep the catalytic converter. If the laws don't require it, the get rid of it completely or replace it with a high quality high flow version. Don't let the shop use a cheap muffler either, they eventually start to break down and sound bad. Apex, Greddy, and Magnaflow all make good mufflers. Unless you're worried about being quiet, you don't even technically need a muffler. Turbo cars are MUCH quieter than their naturally aspirated parters. A 3" stainless steel pipe from the the turbo exit to the back of the car will suffice. Have the shop weld a cat in somewhere if you want or need one. Other than that, the kit should come with everything that you need to be successful. Based on your level of knowledge of this stuff, I'm assuming that you're not going to do the install yourself, so you shouldn't have anything to worry about. Just find a good shop with turbocharging experience to do the install for you.
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TRDOTC Oct 1, 1:52am - #288726 

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ok cool thanks again man...on last thing is that I noticed that you can tune up the psi so you can get more hp and torque...how much does a celica auto frown tranny hold and after i get the sf turbo, how do you get it tuned up to higher psi...and what are the best exhaust to get? even with the turbo, i should only have one exhaust right??
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TRDOTC Oct 1, 1:56am - #288727 

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ok thanks smile hahah, yeah...not that experienced with installing the stuff hehe...friends have turbos...Supra and 300zx but they know more then me...
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TRDOTC Oct 1, 2:07am - #288728 

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so anyone know how to boost the psi up??
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silver Oct 1, 2:51am - #288729 
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Originally Posted by TRDOTC
so anyone know how to boost the psi up??


Boost controller.

Manual controllers are cheap and will be fine for the boost you will be running, but they're less blingin' and less high tech than the multiple electronic boost controllers out there. The SF kit should come with some sort of engine management software or something which should be able to control the boost. I wouldn't turn it up past 7 or 8 psi for an internally stock GT. You can ask SF what a safe boost level is.
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My Sixth Gear Oct 1, 2:58am - #288730 
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do some turbo research before investing in one like i said in ur previous thread

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TRDOTC Oct 1, 7:05am - #288731 

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i know hehe, i am man smile thanks again..i just asking smile
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