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jl2fast4u
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jl2fast4u Dec 3, 1:07am - #341683 
2001 Black Toyota Celica GT
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Some good GTS mods?

I'm going from a GT 5 speed to a GTS 6 speed and I want to know what are some good mods for a GTS. I had an AEM CAI for my GT and a custom cat back exhaust. Thankfully, I learned how it was to have a custom exhaust on your car, and I'm not putting one on my GTS.

First mods I was thinking for the GTS:

-AEM CAI
-eibach sportlines (had tein s.techs on my GT)
-TPR or TRD exhaust
-5% tint all the way around

Those are the mods I was thinking about starting off with. Let me know what you think.

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Chelica815 Dec 3, 5:04am - #341684 
2000 Silver Toyota Celica
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Good choice.

Don't forget the little acc.

S2K antenna
Clear Corners
Redded out tails or TYC
Short Shifter
Ground Wires
Oil Change
Tranny Oil Change
High, Low, Fog Bulbs
Optima Battery

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jl2fast4u
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jl2fast4u Dec 3, 5:12am - #341685 
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My only worry is if the original owner of the gts that i'm getting used octane 91 gas, as the booklet tells you to do. If he use the lowest octane, what would happen to the car?

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RookieGTS Dec 3, 7:36am - #341686 

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I would go with Injen CAI because its good for top end power.
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Chelica815 Dec 3, 7:45am - #341687 
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Originally Posted by jl2fast4u
My only worry is if the original owner of the gts that i'm getting used octane 91 gas, as the booklet tells you to do. If he use the lowest octane, what would happen to the car?


Shortened lifespan?

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FrostsCelicaGTS
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FrostsCelicaGTS Dec 3, 2:21pm - #341688 

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makes the spark plugs foul out faster took me a 3 weeks w the shitty gas down here in NJ. Costs me $50 for a new set

Injen CAI,Veilside kit,TRD Wing,Painted interior,Rockford He subs,Rockford amp. More to come
Mods to come -Turbo setup, Carbon fiber engine dress up, Ps2, TRD vinyl,Konig Rims.

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WantaToyota Feb 4, 3:10am - #341689 

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if it were to me id get it more tinted
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RookieGTS Feb 4, 3:13am - #341690 

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^^^ he doesnt have this car no more laughsilly he sold the GTS back and his GT back haha
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GTSGhostRida Feb 4, 3:19am - #341691 

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use the 91 octane gas..its worth it...it takes me 26 bucks to fill it up sometimes..thats like 4 more dollars than with regular gas...you can spare 4 bucks..just dont eat bk for a day...
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