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Zero_Angel
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Zero_Angel Aug 17, 10:45pm - #36736 

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1994 Toyota ST Coupe

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Making a '94 Celica ST auto even faster...

I have an '94 ST celica automatic... I have not really did any thing but remove the fog lights so my stock airbox has this cold air effect now, steering wheel cover, and heavily detailed the outside and some detailing in the engine compartment. I have been able to out run most any thing on the streets around here. The car gets this look at me appeal every time I go out and drive it. My car has almost no aftermarket mods. to it yet, but a shift fixer tranny oil job done to it. I get the appeal and respect that the people around here that drive vette's get, but I want a little more go to the car without sacrificing drivability and reliability and budget. I am willing to put about 4 large into the car maybe, if it did not sacrifice drivability and reliability. cool

Thanks and Check yah later...!
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IcEd blUe
King of the Hill
IcEd blUe Aug 18, 12:09am - #36737 

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2003 Toyota Celica GT

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pennsylvania
you can get

cams
header
exhaust
Intake..an actual one


that should be enough juice to satisfy you,if it doesnt,then get a 35 shot of nitrous
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redracer311
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redracer311 Aug 18, 7:30pm - #36738 
2000 Red Toyota Celica GT
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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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Posts: 110
St Louis Mo, South County
If they make a turbo then get that. Be sure to upgrade your Intake, exhaust, yada yada. Or to beat vettes you could get a 400 shot of nitrous.
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