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celicapimp02
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celicapimp02 Jul 26, 1:34pm - #31089 

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3zz+Trial Supercharger?

I was wondering if this would be a good setup, like how much horsepower would you get with a built engine and a supercharger, and trial header and exhaust, like would you be able to run 13's or possibly 12's or is a turbo going to be better
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Satoshi Jul 26, 1:56pm - #31090 
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3ZZ + supercharger + ECU + header = 280 HP

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Rave669 Jul 26, 11:15pm - #31091 

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12's easy with that setup, possibly 11's

Be sure to get new axles and use the proper tranny.

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RacerX225 Jul 26, 11:46pm - #31092 
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11's you would have to use nos.

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01celi Jul 27, 3:27am - #31093 
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i dont know what you would get in the 1/4 mile but that would be a killer set up thumbsup

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Rave669 Jul 27, 3:52am - #31094 

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Originally Posted by RacerX225
11's you would have to use nos.


Or lower compression & put on a different compressor pulley to turn up the boost, wouldn't require N20, but you'd need to build the motor a little too either route.

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comicbookguy Jul 27, 5:34am - #31095 
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i need to save money for one , maybe i will have one in 10 years... cry

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element_celica Jul 30, 3:58pm - #31096 

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what can you do to upgrade axles and transmission?where can you get them from?

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celicapimp02
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celicapimp02 Jul 30, 4:15pm - #31097 

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ya were you get axels
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itchyvi3t Jul 31, 7:29am - #31098 
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i think ur car would explode. Compression is high anyways with the 3zz and you would be pushing it with 7psi with the SC. And you would probably need to run 76 race fuel, the 104 octane gas. Not very practical

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celicapimp02 Jul 31, 8:25am - #31099 

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u go with low comp pistons then right?
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itchyvi3t Jul 31, 9:35am - #31100 
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yea thats a step.. but you would probalby need to upgrade your internals and build up your engine to handle that sc. Just like they all say.. anything is possible with the right amount of money. This is easily a 15k-20k project.. not worth it in my opinion.

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