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Vengeance
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Vengeance Feb 12, 4:46am - #397872 

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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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Bradenton,FL
High flow Fuel pump- 2000 GT

Just wondering if anyone had any suggestions on this one.
I have seen a few but they we just copies of the stock celica pump.
If anyone has any suggestions thank you in advance.

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celicatuner
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celicatuner Feb 12, 5:29am - #397873 
2002 silver Toyota Celica
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2002 Toyota Celica

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y do you need a high flow pump? unless your turboing or something. Without forced induction(including nitros) I think the fuel pump and injectors should be sufficient to do whatever you need and just get a ECU like E-manage to adjust the amount of fuel your getting into your engine to compensate for say a CAI.

Also if you get a kit I think some kits come with fuel pump and injectors so if you just get a turbo kit it'll have everything you need to go turbo.

if you still need one http://monkeywrenchracing.com/mwr_255_lp...ix_corolla.html here is one for 00 celica's that flows plenty of fuel for more than any 7th gen celica has gotten to.
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