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Nov 18, 12:03pm - #329991 
tuning my pfc

the baseline is the base Intake mwr tune all other tunes are experiments we did with lowering the lift engagement to 5700 rpm
my mods are CAI (Injen)/ TRD exhaust / pfc

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Nov 18, 12:11pm - #329992 
...COO thumbsuphow'd it feel when lift kicks in at 5700???????


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I hit, what else, oh plus dome.
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Nov 18, 12:16pm - #329993 
it felt a little early to tell you the truth...lol


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Nov 18, 12:37pm - #329994 
Originally Posted by jav8or
it felt a little early to tell you the truth...lol


...thats good right!?!?!?!...wasen't that the biggest thing that every-1 wanted...to kick in earlier...so you were in ...heaven 4 just bout 4-ever!!!! thumbsup

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Nov 18, 12:39pm - #329995 
nice..i want a PFC...

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Nov 18, 12:40pm - #329996 
if we could fix that little dip i would be golden


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Nov 18, 2:08pm - #329997 
sweet man! tasty

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Nov 18, 2:11pm - #329998 
i thought it would be ideal to have it 6300? correct me if im worng cry

good job though thumbsup

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Nov 18, 2:39pm - #329999 
well origanally it was set at 6000 for this particular tune, and the power didnt dip at all going through cam changeover
so we decided to experiment and see how much power we could make with lif engaging earlier
we made power earlier but not without that little dip
i was wonder ( this is for the tuning crowd) do you know if its possible to adjust the cam angles in smaller increments
cuz we could have made a smoother changeover but the commander only allows you to adjust every 500 rpms
the guy kept saying with an rsx you can make cam angle adjustments at 250rpm increments


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Nov 18, 6:41pm - #330000 
why not try like 5800 or 5900?

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Nov 18, 11:11pm - #330001 
the overall gain is cool, 175 whp with i/e/pfc?! thumbsup

i was wonderin what other things are you considering to smooth out that dip...


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yoru such a clown, i wish you lived in nyc, i would love to just give you the beating that youve probably never gotten in your life.
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Nov 19, 3:09am - #330002 
Afterall, what is your opinion, PFC worth it for an N/A ?


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Nov 19, 5:41am - #330003 
to smoothout the dip we are going to need something only time could provide, trial and error.
my opinion of the pfc - i think is the best thing out for the celica. it offers total controlability, and that is almost unmeasureable in the eyes of tuners.
in the future i hope to get my hands on that tpr header (crosses fingers) and hopefully tpr cams ( crosses toes)
i want to be a naturally aspirated monster thumbsup


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Nov 19, 2:45pm - #330004 
i'm sorry i don't really know if i'm reading it right can you say the total power gain from this? i know this is not your purpose just to gain insane power, but i just wanted to know. it looks like +3hp and +2tq


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Nov 19, 2:51pm - #330005 
Hell yea it is, especially if you get it tuned for your car.
I had the lucky opportunity to test a pfc in my car and it was fucking sweet.

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Afterall, what is your opinion, PFC worth it for an N/A ?

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Nov 19, 4:51pm - #330006 
Originally Posted by Kim
i'm sorry i don't really know if i'm reading it right can you say the total power gain from this? i know this is not your purpose just to gain insane power, but i just wanted to know. it looks like +3hp and +2tq

yea i gained a peak of 3hp and 2 tq


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Nov 20, 12:01pm - #330007 
You have an AT ?

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Nov 20, 2:50pm - #330008 
that was my old car
i now have a 02 gts manual


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Nov 21, 10:39am - #330009 
How hard is it to install something like this? I thought that when you lower the lift engaugement that you lose more power when the motor switches cams? Did you order you PFC with any of the pretunnings settings on it or did you do everything yourself? Also are you tunning this PFC on the Dyno Jet to test all your settings.

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Nov 21, 12:52pm - #330010 
it literally takes about 5 minutes to install the pfc
1. disconnect battery
2. take off ecu cover
3. remove connectors to ecu
4. unbolt stock ecu
5. connect pfc
6. install ecu cover
7. reconnect battery
8. allow pfc to adjust to car ( dont forget this step, it allows pfc to run better, especially at idle. approx. time 30 min)


we did lose a little power but in the end, we gained more than we lost
i ordered the ecu with a pretune for just an Intake
then i installed my exhaust so i thought i should have it tuned
all tuning was done on a dynojet


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