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Nov 23, 2:54pm - #334188 
2ZZ with emanage for n/a

i know there are some people who have a 2ZZ with the e-manage who run turbos but i was wondering if there are any benifits with n/a...or if it would even work. most 2ZZ guys use the PFC. i have neither the money to buy the unit and tune it...just wondering if the relativeltycheap $300 e-manage was worth it on an n/a 2zz.


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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 23, 3:06pm - #334189 
I would not buy it itself. I would use it as a part of a whole system like header, Intake and exhoust. There is no option tio touchthe cams with the e-manage, but pfc has this feature. So making few more horses with just an ECU then PFC is easier.

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ct
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Nov 23, 3:10pm - #334190 
well i have an Intake and exhaust...congrats by the way on the development of your turbos. it's been considered one of the best options for the celica recently...


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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 23, 3:17pm - #334191 
I would just add that cars vary a lot from car to car. I would strongly suggest getting something like this tuned to work for your specific car and mods. thumbsup For the 1zz the emanage gained 6 whp and 4 tq on a stock mr2. I would expect more with a 2zz and mods *if its tuned right*.


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Nov 23, 3:25pm - #334192 
Originally Posted by ct
well i have an intake and exhaust...congrats by the way on the development of your turbos. it's been considered one of the best options for the celica recently...

Then yes it is worth to buy it. thx a lot btw wave

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Nov 23, 6:58pm - #334193 
awesome work c2gas.
don't mean to question you, but is there the possibility you might offer a T3/T4 with the capability of pushing 480-500 hp?


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