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Dec 5, 3:06pm - #343592 
turbo question

if your celica (gt) is completly stock and you put a c2gas turbo in it (stage1) , it will give you around 200-210hp my question is does someone know how fast it will get from 0-60 (0-100 km/h)


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Dec 5, 3:19pm - #343593 
Somone with the C2Gas turbo Help Him out thumbsup

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Dec 5, 3:50pm - #343594 
depends on the driver... i'd say around 5.4 with a good launch

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Dec 5, 4:02pm - #343595 
5.4 is fast for a celica with stage 1 thumbsup


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Dec 5, 4:03pm - #343596 
Anyone else ? maybe someone with a stage 1 ?


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Dec 5, 4:32pm - #343597 
if you get a good set of drag radials you should be around 4.6 - 4.9 0-60. but it will definitely depend on the driver.


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Dec 5, 9:59pm - #343598 
Originally Posted by Lucky_317
if you get a good set of drag radials you should be around 4.6 - 4.9 0-60. but it will definitely depend on the driver.


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Dec 6, 1:52am - #343599 
it all depends on the driver. i tend to think that its a very bad idea to run a turbo setup on a stock engine. its a ticking timebomb, sooner or later your weak link will go and then...boom.


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Dec 6, 2:16am - #343600 
its a pretty small turbo though, and daily driven it shouldn't be running at high pressure all the time. Also 1zz have 10.1 compression so it should be okay. I'd get it, but i dont' have $3.5k extra laying around.


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