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Dec 9, 2:38pm - #347490 
Hondata Heatshield

Hey guys, this christmas break I'm planning on painting my valve cover and instake manifold gunmetal and I was gonna get a hondata heatshield and do a TB bypass. I'm having trouble finding a website that sells one for the Celica can someone help me out?


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Dec 9, 5:26pm - #347491 
anyone?


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Dec 9, 5:28pm - #347492 
I thought Hondata stuff was only for Hondas??


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Dec 9, 6:04pm - #347493 
^^^ me too...why buy hondata parts??? you crossing over to the dark side? you dont have apc parts do you???

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Dec 9, 6:07pm - #347494 
as far as i know...hondata does not make toyota parts. honda & acura are the only parts i've seen hondata make...they're mostly known for 'cracking' the ecu codes of these cars.

try buying the Injen heatshield instead...or the rmm heatshield. the ecelica store right here sells the Injen heatshield... www.intensepower.com sells the rmm heatshield i beleive.

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Dec 9, 6:10pm - #347495 
Originally Posted by Jtultra
I was gonna get a hondata heatshield and do a TB bypass. I'm having trouble finding a website that sells one for the Celica can someone help me out?


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Dec 9, 6:23pm - #347496 
oh no no no, Hondata makes a heatshield for the 1zz and 2zz engines. Those are the only things Hondata makes for Toyota. Its proven that it makes a dramatic difference in the temperature of the Intake manifold

http://www.hondata.com/heatshield.html

the question is where I can find it, all of the dealers I've checked only carry the honda parts, which doesn't surprise me


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Dec 9, 7:35pm - #347497 
those things are a knock off, my friend put one of the gasket things on his rsx and it didnt do shit, with an infrared thermometer, it read the same temp before and after the gasket install. but if you really want one just google for one.

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Dec 9, 7:42pm - #347498 
Shit, or just make your own outta aluminum or something.


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Dec 9, 7:42pm - #347499 
the things is K20's which is in his RSX already have a similar heat shield stock so getting something similar wouldn't do anything. your buddy should have done a little more research


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Dec 9, 11:17pm - #347500 
It's a $60 Intake manifold gasket.

What are you expecting?

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Dec 10, 6:20am - #347501 
well w/ the TB coolant bypass I plan on keep my manifold cool. in the summer I want to run a CO2 ling through my manifold so when I'm on the drag strip I can spray it quickly and keep it down to that temp longer


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Dec 10, 11:41am - #347502 
wtf

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Dec 10, 11:48am - #347503 


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Dec 10, 12:57pm - #347504 
the hondata gaskey works. an mr-s guy with 2zz swap put it in his spyder and he liked it.


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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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