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importmobility
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importmobility Nov 22, 4:38pm - #332681 

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Exhaust / ECU

Does anybody know if it's beneficial to reset the ECU after installing a cat-back exhaust?
I just installed an Apexi N1 cat-back on my 2001 GT. I heard it can help balance the engine from running to lean/rich.
Also, I wanted to say that after driving my car around for the last few days, my exhaust has become significantly louder. I am now quite happy with the way it sounds.
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celicadragon Nov 22, 5:22pm - #332682 

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cool man

respect the gt-s
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VSGTS14
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VSGTS14 Nov 22, 6:37pm - #332683 

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you mean axle back..and no it won't do anything on our cars.

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BlkCelicaGT07 Nov 22, 11:36pm - #332684 

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Originally Posted by VSGTS14
you mean axle back..and no it won't do anything on our cars.

Yeah,^^ TRD Kazuma is the only cat-back system made for the celica, unless you go custom.
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FastCelicaGT22 Nov 23, 2:17am - #332685 

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yes should reset it after any change in mechanics. Just undo the battery terminals for 15min. then reconnect.

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