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How do you increase throttle response in an automatic... #37126 Aug 18, 4:49pm Aug 18, 4:49pm
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How do you increase throttle response in an automatic...
How do you or would you increase torque and throttle response in a '94 Celica ST?

confused
Some say CAI, but that only increase horsepower slightly.
Some say cat-back exhaust system, WHAT IS A CAT-BACK EXHAUST?
Some say there is nothing I can do, just to get another car. But that isn't going to happen any time soon, so I wanted to get the best performance I can without losing reliability and costing an arm and a leg.

IS THAT POSSIBLE?


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Re: How do you increase throttle response in an automatic... [Re: Zero_Angel] #37127 Aug 18, 4:57pm Aug 18, 4:57pm
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a pulley or grounding kit


you mine as well save the money for a new car

Re: How do you increase throttle response in an automatic... [Re: Zero_Angel] #37128 Aug 18, 5:00pm Aug 18, 5:00pm
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exhaust will definitely help your low-end torque.
pulleys will work too.
get a torque brace!! but also buy a polyurethane front engine mount or you'll have problems due to the brace later on.
grounding wire kit.

thats all i can think of..

or turbo!!! hehe.


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Re: How do you increase throttle response in an automatic... [Re: Zero_Angel] #37129 Aug 18, 5:04pm Aug 18, 5:04pm
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Would getting just a muffler help or do I need to get a cat-back system...?

AND WHAT the H... is a torque brace...?


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Re: How do you increase throttle response in an automatic... [Re: Zero_Angel] #37130 Aug 19, 2:34pm Aug 19, 2:34pm
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Remove the slack from the throttle cable, and adjust your transmission kick-down cable. that will help a bit.


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