Err! . IF you got with either of those (XS, SF) your stupid! No offence! Have you read any posts at new.celica.org? SF has a waiting LIST A MILE LONG! and XS will blow your engine!
Please use the search button! Its your freind! Here is what comes with each kit
XS Kit (http://www.xs-engineering.com/
Get ready to boost your Toyota Celica GTS to 241 wheel horsepower with XS Engineering's GTS Turbocharger System. Designed by XS Engineering's research and development team, comes the first truly "complete" turbocharger system for the new body Celica GTS. This complete system consists of a ball bearing IHI VF23 Turbocharger, a huge 24"x11"x3" XS Engineering Power IC, durable cast iron manifold, and APEXi Twin chamber blow off valve. If that wasn't enough, the XS Engineering Celica turbocharger system also comes with full stand alone fuel management, consisting of 504cc injectors, 255lph fuel pump, and an XS Engineering tuned APEXi Power FC. With such a complete turbocharger system, there is no question that XS Engineering can help you truly, "Feel feel the power" of your Celica GTS. Only $4995.00
Max Power = 167.2hp @ 8200 RPM
Max Torque = 122.0ft lbs. @ 7000 RPM
w/ XS Engineering turbocharger system
Max Power = 250.0hp @ 8200 RPM
Max Tourque = 183.4ft. lbs. @ 6600 RPM
SF Kit (http://www.staffordfabrication.com/
Designed for both stock and modified engines. The turbo kit can provide you with a mild 4 psi for daily driving on your stock motor, or provide you with an insane 18 psi for highly modified race cars.
The turbo kit includes:
4-1 tubular equal length manifold for maximum cylinder scavaging and horsepower
Garrett T3 ar.60 Turbo to allow for horsepower numbers exceeding 350 whp (turbo upgrades available)
2.5 inch downpipe for maximum flow (hooks to stock exhaust location)
SF PFM Fuel System to provide the much needed fuel for the extra boost
SF Billet Aluminum Fuel Rail Center feed to eliminate pressure spikes and pulses
SF Intercooler: a 19"x9"x3" core with TIG welded aluminum tanks
Mandrel Bent Intercooler Piping powdercoated to any of the 250+ colors we have.
TCC Works Type I Blow Off Valve just for the intimidation factor
Steel Braided Oil feed lines and fittings to privide your turbo with much needed lubrication
3/4" drain line and pan fitting SF's "no weld" pan fitting bolts directly to the pan
At Le Toy motorsports in Bakersfield Ca, the Celica GTS dynod at 240 whp and 170 ft/lbs on 8 psi.
EIP Kit (http://www.eiptuning.com/
)(Edited Due To Post) Thanks for the update : )
C2Gas Kit (www.c2power.com
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The C2 POWER Toyota Celica (2zzge) turbo kit stage1 is a simple bolt on kit, with least modification on your car possible. It is a complete kit, you get everything in the pack that is neccesery to get your turbo kit on the road.
These kits are set to a power rate, witch does not cause excessive stress for the stock engine. You can expect about 50% power gain, with excellent mid range response thanks to the Garrett GT28RS duall ball bearing turbo, also knows as the Disco Potato We measured 250-260hp, it can produce boost from 2000revs, and full boost (6-8 psi) is available well below 3000revs. This kit is our choice for an excellent daily driver. You can raise the boost with an aftermarket boost controller, but it is not recomended by C2power.
If you looking for even more power mail to email@example.com
for details on the Stage2 solution!
In the kit you get:
Garrett GT28RS duall ball bearing turbo preset at 0.4 bar
medium sized intercooler
greddy emanage, harness, with preloaded map
polished sainless steel piping and tubular manifold
water and oil lines to turbo and out
oil line flange
Sard racing R2D2 Blow off valve and fitting (BOV)
Apexi power Intake
Hope this helps and by the way... Updates on the Kits (makers)
SF- Currently being sued on new.celica.org Read more there
XS- Currently likes to blow engines! Read more ^^ same site
EIP - Not aviable
(Edited Due To Post) Thanks for the update : )
C2- Best Kit out There! GREAT KIT! Great Repsonce/s and time
Hope you rethink your decision! Hope this helps!
Am I missing anything?