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kewlrule
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2001 Spectra Blue  Celica GT
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Dec 15, 12:37am - #351713 
Yes I'm Turboing my GT auto but...

I actually got a pretty good deal I think:

"SF Turbo Kit: It includes everything needed to do the install (used for about 4 months) I made 206 whp and 173 wtq on 6 psi on a automatic gt.

Garret T3 Super 60 Turbo
4-1 Equal Length Manifold
2.5" Downpipe (bolts to stock exhaust)
19"x9"x3" Intercooler (No SF logo on it)
All Polished Piping and Couplers
SF Fuel System with Split Second ECU
SF Fuel Rail
Greddy Type S BOV
Install guide and Split Second R4 software on a cd
$2600 Shipped *SOLD*"

My install is being performed by a very very good specialist
Highly tuned including on dyno
Serious O2 sensor,gauge,lcd readout
Torque Converter 3000rpm
2 tranny oil coolers

Answers from trusted experienced memebers PLEASE!! I've got too much $$ in this for inexperienced guesses, please.

Question 1: I currently have a Tanabe Super Racing Medallion (2.5" pipe).
Will this exhaust work ok?

Question 2: Plan on running at 7psi, but how high would be recommended and
still be very very safe from damage?

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khmer215
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2004 Toyota Celica GT

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Philly
Dec 15, 4:58am - #351714 
i think you can run to 8 psi w/o any problems. you can also build ur internals can run 10 psi


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Dec 15, 6:17am - #351715 
The exhaust will be fine. Why not run at 6psi, are you changing internals?

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Johnsgt
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2000 Spectra Blue Toyota Celica GT
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Southern California
Dec 15, 10:55am - #351716 
Exhaust will be fine, however getting a custom exhaust will increase power. I wouldnt go higher than 7 psi daily, just too much stress on the engine all the time, however you can run as much as 10 psi for racing as long as you have a good tune.

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West Chester, Ohio
Dec 15, 11:22am - #351717 
Originally Posted by Johnsgt
Exhaust will be fine, however getting a custom exhaust will increase power. I wouldnt go higher than 7 psi daily, just too much stress on the engine all the time, however you can run as much as 10 psi for racing as long as you have a good tune.


Yeah dont run at 8 psi for daily use. I would run at 6 psi for daily driving.


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1990 Custom Black Pearl Toyota Celica GT
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Dec 15, 12:22pm - #351718 
What do you guys think about turboing a 90 GT i found one and can send you the link if you want it. Right now i have dual exhaust, i replaced the resonator with a Y pipe and routed the exhaust to the side skirts i did a little internal work but not too much. I did stuff like overboring the pistons and replacing the camshaft.


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Dec 15, 12:56pm - #351719 
holy snaps...auto GT represent!

my friend would like to know more info, he is planning on turboing his auto gt also.

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narcolepsy123456
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Dec 15, 1:13pm - #351720 
that'll be a hella nice set up, however, aren't you worried about eating up your tranny with the increased power? i always thought the autos could only hold up to a little bit more than stock. confused

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Dec 15, 1:28pm - #351721 
If your guys are talkin to me ive got a 5spd forgot to include that my bad, sorry guys. Hey if you guys know any really good sites for mods with anything to do with 90-93 celicas gimme a yell. If you guys wanna know more about my car ill tell you but just let me know i dont really know who you last two guys are talking to.


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Dec 15, 1:49pm - #351722 
somebody beat me too it...im turboing next year...how much of a difference does i make ...i know you can feel it but tell me how much lol

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Dec 15, 2:06pm - #351723 
Well Im plannin on runnin arond 7psi and they say run 6 as a daily and my car is a daily but at night ill crank it up to around 10psi to really get some kick. I dont recomend you runnin it high for a daily itll be too hard on the engine and tranny unless you did work to them like me. I can give you some ideas if you want too but let me know.


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Dec 15, 11:03pm - #351724 
where do you go to order one?

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Dec 15, 11:21pm - #351725 
thats awesome man! i've never heard an auto gt blow off! so you can set the rev limit with the new pfc right? thats cool that your one of the few turbo owners, but what makes it even better is you have an auto! i'd say ask the guy whos gonna install your turbo to decide what boost to run...i mean, he would know the best out of anybody! tell us how to ride is with the extra ponies!!!

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Dec 15, 11:42pm - #351726 
The powerfc does not work on the auto's. I see he is using the split second ecu.


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