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G7Celica Oct 3, 8:24am - #290389 

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C2 Turbo Install

Gas did a Turbo install on my GT.00'

Gas, thanks for all the effort and extra service.

I Especially want to thank IMMO. The no.1 Celica lover in Holland and Bing the guy with the most powerfull Celica in Holland.
Car runs fine, lots of power, but I need bigger injectors.

Anyone who can get me GTS Injectors ?
Please let me know.
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Virgilson Oct 3, 8:33am - #290390 

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damn!!@!@ eek eek eek Turbo!!!
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xrage4200 Oct 3, 12:48pm - #290391 

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finally C2 turbo, looks great

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Sultan Oct 3, 2:26pm - #290392 

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nice - thumbsup
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Veilside_300 Oct 3, 2:40pm - #290393 

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Cool. Now just wait for the PROBLEMS to start. They're inevitable when you turbocharge a normally aspirated engine. Get ready to spend some big money on uprating and repairing the engine or buying a new car!

Good luck though thumbsup

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G7Celica Oct 3, 2:47pm - #290394 

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No problem when you can affort such nice Turbo.

Just keep on saving for yours wink
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oas Oct 3, 3:06pm - #290395 
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Originally Posted by Veilside_300
Cool. Now just wait for the PROBLEMS to start. They're inevitable when you turbocharge a normally aspirated engine. Get ready to spend some big money on uprating and repairing the engine or buying a new car!

Good luck though thumbsup

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Immo Oct 3, 3:28pm - #290396 

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Originally Posted by Veilside_300
Cool. Now just wait for the PROBLEMS to start. They're inevitable when you turbocharge a normally aspirated engine. Get ready to spend some big money on uprating and repairing the engine or buying a new car!

Good luck though thumbsup


Well, offcourse you will be stressing the engine more. But running 6 psi is safe, even the Supercharger by TRD runs 6 psi. And you don't actually 'boost' that much. When driving normal you actually use the turbo to compensate for the vacuum the engine makes when sucking up air. it gives as much air as the engine needs.

Compare it to breathing through a straw or using scuba-gear.

Really boosting stresses the engine more but not to the point where stuff will break. Offcourse there are no guarantees smile
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GT2111 Oct 3, 4:24pm - #290397 
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Fianlly somone has a good install thumbsup thumbsup Finally a turbo! thumbsup
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celicafourotwo Oct 3, 4:28pm - #290398 

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need more pics..

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Question:
Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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mukalicious Oct 3, 4:52pm - #290399 

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Originally Posted by celicafourotwo
need more pics..
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cycocelica Oct 3, 5:24pm - #290400 

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awesome! thumbsup
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G7Celica Oct 3, 6:25pm - #290401 

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Very well explained Immo. Could have it better put myself.

Want to ad that we have a stage2 running now for 20.000km's WITHOUT any problemos.
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Johnsgt Oct 3, 6:45pm - #290402 
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Looks good Dutch. Congrats on joining the f/i club. You will love it. What stage kit did you get?
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G7Celica Oct 3, 6:55pm - #290403 

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Got a Stage1
Whats fitted in your ride?
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Johnsgt Oct 3, 6:57pm - #290404 
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Nice. I have the SF turbo.
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G7Celica Oct 3, 7:00pm - #290405 

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Satisfied about it?
Ecountered any major problems?

Next thing on my car is to fit a street clutch.
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Johnsgt Oct 3, 7:16pm - #290406 
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Yeah i love it. No problems whatsoever. Runs perfectly. I'm running 6 psi right now. I have an exedy ceremetallic 3-puck clutch. Works great. Very driveable yet holds the power good.
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CRBN BLU Oct 3, 8:25pm - #290407 

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I'm jealous cry

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CRBN BLU Oct 3, 8:35pm - #290408 

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Dutch_Celica,

Is that picture the final installation? Or is the engine bay cleaned up and look stock? Have a picture of the finall look?

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oas Oct 3, 9:36pm - #290409 
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wath are bigger injectors for, better yous of power or to make less stress on engien?
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Rocketman Oct 3, 10:19pm - #290410 

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Originally Posted by Veilside_300
Cool. Now just wait for the PROBLEMS to start. They're inevitable when you turbocharge a normally aspirated engine. Get ready to spend some big money on uprating and repairing the engine or buying a new car!

Good luck though thumbsup


You bastard! You are just jealous. STFU and leave.
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Johnsgt Oct 3, 10:31pm - #290411 
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Originally Posted by oas
wath are bigger injectors for, better yous of power or to make less stress on engien?


Bigger injectors are to supply more fuel. His current injectors are probably maxed out and aren't able to supply enough fuel.
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mr_celica Oct 3, 11:45pm - #290412 

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Dude, i must say i feel a lil jealous frown...congrats!

Looks awesome man, drive carefully!!!! wave

(post some dyno results when you can..)

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booyaolian Oct 4, 12:12am - #290413 
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Turboed Celicas suck! thumbsdown thumbsdown









j/k~~~i am jealous! rofl thumbsup thumbsup thumbsup
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Tru_gts Oct 4, 12:24am - #290414 
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FastCelicaGT22 Oct 4, 12:24am - #290415 

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No turbo manifold?
go www.monkeywrenchracing.com
for injectors

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FastCelicaGT22 Oct 4, 12:28am - #290416 

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nevermind they dont carry GT injectors however it might not be a bad idea to give them a call and ask if they can get them.

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Immo Oct 4, 8:14am - #290417 

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There is no difference in GT or GTS injectors as far as I know.
The GTS injectors fit in the GT...
Then any injector that fits the GTS should fit the GT in my opinion.

Bigger injectors are needed simply because of this:
You put more air in the engine, therefore you need more fuel. The stock GT injectors are too small.
pushing it and keep using them will make the car run too lean (will give more power) and the engine will run too hot and no lubrication from the fuel which will cause internals to break..
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Shiftyz1x Oct 4, 6:19pm - #290418 

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looks good man i want one myself thumbsup
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G7Celica Oct 4, 6:52pm - #290419 

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No, its not a pic of the final install.
This was the first day we worked on it.
I left my cam in the car and the car was on the bridge. So couldn't make as many pics as I wanted to.

I'll make some pics and post them on the forum
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G7Celica Oct 4, 7:05pm - #290420 

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Thanks Shiftyz1x

One day your day will come too and we'll welcome you to the FIC (Forced Induction Club)
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Pnoy Oct 4, 7:19pm - #290421 
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post some pics dude. I thinking of going C2 turbo but I just wanna know how well it performs and looks compare to SF. tasty

cryI'm so jealous of you man...
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Immo Oct 5, 9:11am - #290422 

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Originally Posted by Pnoy
post some pics dude. I thinking of going C2 turbo but I just wanna know how well it performs and looks compare to SF. tasty

cryI'm so jealous of you man...


I will make some pictures for you too of my stage 1 setup.
I will also try to get a dyno done when my new fuel pump is in and my car is tuned to that.
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insanecelica Oct 6, 1:49pm - #290423 

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Oh man!!!

Another dude with a turbo in The Netherlands...
Damn!!! (yeah i admit, i'm a bit jealous tongue, can't wait till they finisch there setup for the gts!!!)

Looks sweet!!! thumbsup
But definitly post some more pic's!

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Immo Oct 8, 8:30am - #290424 

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Why Don't you drive up to my place.. or maybe next weekend in Ahoy we can go have a look at my St1 setup smile

Also I will try to make some more pictures sunday or monday and post them
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truboo Oct 8, 8:51am - #290425 
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Lucky_317 Oct 8, 5:10pm - #290426 

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very nice. if you're gonna get gts injectors get the ones to fit a 2004 gts. they flow more smile thumbsup

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ikin Oct 8, 5:14pm - #290427 
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u mean 2004 factory injectors? rice
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Lucky_317 Oct 8, 8:40pm - #290428 

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Originally Posted by ikin
u mean 2004 factory injectors? rice


no I mean the ones the little fairies make down in lala land.

of course I meant stock injectors. Might wanna do some research before you try and call me crazy thumbsup been a long day so I'm not posting as nicely as I should. but eh it's your funeral cool
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G7Celica Oct 16, 10:28pm - #290429 

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Just have a look at their website.
There nice pics of a stage1.

http://www.c2power.com
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JSPITZ Oct 17, 7:16am - #290430 

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Originally Posted by Veilside_300
Cool. Now just wait for the PROBLEMS to start. They're inevitable when you turbocharge a normally aspirated engine. Get ready to spend some big money on uprating and repairing the engine or buying a new car!

Good luck though thumbsup


what are you talking about all engines are N/A till you turbo charge them, the SRT $ and WRX are all 4cyl engines that were turbocharged . if done right you will have no problem, just dont overboost it

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Xer0GT Oct 17, 8:58am - #290431 
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TRdRida Oct 17, 6:42pm - #290432 
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How much did the kit and the install $ all together?
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drkramm Oct 17, 8:54pm - #290433 
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Originally Posted by JSPITZ
Originally Posted by Veilside_300
Cool. Now just wait for the PROBLEMS to start. They're inevitable when you turbocharge a normally aspirated engine. Get ready to spend some big money on uprating and repairing the engine or buying a new car!

Good luck though thumbsup


what are you talking about all engines are N/A till you turbo charge them, the SRT $ and WRX are all 4cyl engines that were turbocharged . if done right you will have no problem, just dont overboost it




i think he means that enigines that are desined to be n/a will take more stress then a engine that from the factoy is turboed

great example the gts throw 14 pounds of boost on that and you'l blow the pistons out the top.. unlike a srt

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c2gas Oct 17, 10:03pm - #290434 

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since from the begining, there are no blowed engines on any of our st1 kits. And there are also couple of c2 and other kits running in different countries.
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fastceli2001 Oct 17, 10:50pm - #290435 

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Originally Posted by drkramm
Originally Posted by JSPITZ
Originally Posted by Veilside_300
Cool. Now just wait for the PROBLEMS to start. They're inevitable when you turbocharge a normally aspirated engine. Get ready to spend some big money on uprating and repairing the engine or buying a new car!

Good luck though thumbsup


what are you talking about all engines are N/A till you turbo charge them, the SRT $ and WRX are all 4cyl engines that were turbocharged . if done right you will have no problem, just dont overboost it




i think he means that enigines that are desined to be n/a will take more stress then a engine that from the factoy is turboed

great example the gts throw 14 pounds of boost on that and you'l blow the pistons out the top.. unlike a srt

wrx runs at 14 lbs stock

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eddie_725 Oct 17, 11:26pm - #290436 
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Great job thumbsup

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KickScrew Oct 17, 11:46pm - #290437 

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Can I get some numbers on your hp? Try to get that thing dynoed.
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Toyotapartsdude Oct 26, 12:46am - #290438 
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cant compare a turbocharged factory car with a non turbo, the wrx has been tuned by its creator and the starting compression is less than that of the celica , thats where you run into problems. engine compression.
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