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what can i get? #308928 Oct 25, 1:50am Oct 25, 1:50am
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what can i get?
can anyone tell me all the possible mods for my GTS AP?
can the cam shaft be updated? can the fuel rail be updated? whats the best ecu? the more info the better, thanx guys,

Re: what can i get? [Re: Chadd] #308929 Oct 25, 3:16am Oct 25, 3:16am
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Bolt Ons: Intake, exhaust, light-weight pulleys, short-shifter, headers (DC)

ECU: Apexi Power FC, Greddy E-manage

Turbo/FI: Stanford Fabrications Turbo, C2gas turbo stages, Blitz supercharger, wet nitrous setup

Internals/Tranny: Fidanza Flywheel, Clutches, MWR Toyota 2ZZ-GE Piston and Sleeve Kit,MWR valve springs, MWR makes all sorts of fuel injector kits up to 525 cc.

and yeah basic Suspension: Springs, struts, rear ties, etc.

Thats all I can think of performance wise spineyes confused


Re: what can i get? [Re: BReakinDrifTs] #308930 Oct 25, 11:23am Oct 25, 11:23am
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Hey Chad wave

BReakingDrifTs summed it all up for you nicely thumbsup


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Re: what can i get? [Re: Zero] #308931 Oct 25, 1:25pm Oct 25, 1:25pm
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that'd be cool if Stanford made turbo kits, but it's Stafford (just in case the guy is interested)
http://www.staffordfabrication.com

and "header" not "headers"

you asked about a fuel rail, and Stafford Fabrication makes one, as well as OBX but some people don't like the OBX brand.

and performance wise, don't underestimate the gains from lightweight rims.

and a lot of power is no good unless you can get it to the ground, so drag radials are a must for drag racing (especially BFGoodrich T/A), and type r compound for road racing/autox (but I heard that if you have race tires for autox then you have to compete in a higher class). There are also several limited slip differentials out there, most notably the Quaife Helical LSD. Energy Suspension Front/Rear Matrix Motor Mount inserts also help reduce wheel hop in drag race launching (matrix ones can be used for Celica).

the "best" ecu not considering what you can/cannot run DURING a smog test, is the Apexi PowerFC.


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