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celipolis
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celipolis Jan 3, 1:26am - #364065 

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Hypertech Power Programmer III and headers question

I have a question about getting a Hypertech Power Programmer III, ... my friend who works on cars is lookin for one to fit my car, a 02 gt, and he hasnt been able to locate one to get... and also i am looking for the best kind of headers to get to fit my 02 gt also... ight thanks
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Lucky_317 Jan 3, 1:37am - #364066 

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Hotshot is rumored to have the best gains for the GT.

Also I don't think they make that for the celica. The best aftermarket ecu for our cars is the Apexi Power FC.

Best 60' 1.959 best 1/4 - 13.7 @ 101mph
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celipolis Jan 3, 6:00am - #364067 

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oh ok thanks.
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combatc87 Jan 3, 11:31pm - #364068 

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the best standalone unit, as lucky said, is the PowerFC. for a less expensive option, you can get the Gredd e-Manage. it's a piggy back unit. C2 Power uses them in their turbo kits. as far as headers go, DC Sports headers show the best gains on a STOCK engine. however, when combined with a CAI and exhaust they show very little if any gains. your best bet is to stick with CAI and exhaust.

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