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manayan
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Dec 26, 8:42pm - #359183 
Stock vs dc headers

which one is better without any mods just the headers?

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Dec 26, 9:58pm - #359184 
they just give better sound


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Dec 26, 10:51pm - #359185 
technically they should give you a bit of performance improvement, but it seems none of the headers out there works good for Celica. My buddy has a GT with headers on (probably a DC headers) and all it did was made his TRD exhaust louder than mine. I'd say save your $200+ for other mod.

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Dec 27, 12:25am - #359186 
how about porting stock header and ceramic coating it.


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Dec 27, 12:46am - #359187 
if you were to put a dc header on an otherwise stock car you should see around 10 hp gain. we got 10.3 whp gain to be exact.

but once you get I/E it loses it's affect. thumbsup


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Dec 27, 1:22am - #359188 
^^^ wow didnt know that.

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Dec 27, 2:11am - #359189 
Lucky Knows all! thumbsup

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Dec 27, 4:26am - #359190 
^^ not even close. BUT my car was the prototype car for DC so we did dyno it just like hes askin about lol


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manayan
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Dec 30, 1:20am - #359191 
About the headers should i put back the stuck one or should i remove my Injen Intake.

I was thinking about getting TRD exhuast, but since you sad they would get mix up and would not work good.

Whats your advice to me a biginner in toyota. What should i do and what parts are good for my car (GTS02)

By the way is the AEM pully works good on celica

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Dec 30, 1:59am - #359192 
just fork over about $800 bucks and get the trial header eek

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Dec 30, 11:07am - #359193 
i heard trial doesn't do much either...i guess it's all waiting for tpr as usual idunno

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Dec 30, 11:11am - #359194 
im sure porting your stock headers might do it, i read it on the other site, probably 5 at the most, right now thats the best thing we can do as far as header, but we can wait for TPR and see wat they come out with.

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Dec 30, 4:07pm - #359195 
some quality headers would be nice-oh well too bad for us we pay more for our cars and cant get anything for them meanwhile you can get a $3000 civic and they make everything performance for it so unfortuantely some civics will most likey kick our asses if they spend the right money-


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Dec 30, 4:15pm - #359196 
the headers are only useful when you put them on the car STOCK. Like Lucky said. When you add Intake and exhaust, there's barely 1 WHP gain. So it defeats the purpose of having a header, for the I/H/E combo. The only way you can actually get the I/H/E successfully to work to about 190 hp+ is if you have the PFC or ecu upgrade.

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Dec 30, 7:00pm - #359197 
Trial is sooooo not worth the money. You're paying for the name only.

Originally Posted by manayan
About the headers should i put back the stuck one or should i remove my Injen Intake.

I was thinking about getting TRD exhuast, but since you sad they would get mix up and would not work good.

Whats your advice to me a biginner in toyota. What should i do and what parts are good for my car (GTS02)

By the way is the AEM pully works good on celica


for a 2002 celica you should get the power fc. this will let you raise your rev limiter smile

Other then that the TPR Intake and exhaust works really good. thumbsup


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Dec 30, 9:29pm - #359198 
if you have i/e and you port out your stock header will you gain more then 1 hp or will you get the same results as dc sports and only gain 1-2 hp..cause of the i/h/e combo

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Dec 31, 1:45am - #359199 
you should get around 3 hp


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Dec 31, 1:11pm - #359200 
yeah i would say the money for another mod. I mean average 3 HP for such long work for taking out the stock header and putting in the new one. I dunno aint worth it.

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Dec 31, 2:13pm - #359201 
Yeah i heard even the rare and expensive TRD header doesn't do squat...if you want 3hp over a stock celi...well just taking out the butterfly valve on the Intake gave 3-4hp on the dyno believe it or not...search for the thread

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Dec 31, 2:25pm - #359202 
You should get the GT Fabrications Header that I have! I have no idea if it works yet though. Waiting for summer. thumbsup

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