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AznKhaos
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AznKhaos Mar 9, 6:48am - #414799 
2003 Spectra Mica Blue Toyota Celica GT
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2003 Toyota Celica GT

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Header Question

wats differance between 4-1 and 4-2-1 headers? i remember i was kinda told about it but i forot wat i was told

it doesnt matter wat u drive or who u driving against its all about how you drive
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toysport_celica
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toysport_celica Mar 9, 7:22am - #414800 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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4-2-1 will give you good torque at low ends and 4-1 will give you good high ends... if i was you i will go with the 4-1... better for lift, and air flow!

a bowl of rice, fried chicken, and a glass of water!
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vcel523
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vcel523 Mar 9, 10:17am - #414801 

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its a for a GT so I say 4-1 for the high end power. Actually, depends on whether you want acceleration or high speed power.
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QTRMLR_1
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QTRMLR_1 Mar 9, 6:48pm - #414802 

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there's a true 4-2-1 then there's a pseudo one with a theta pipe (divider) that the DC Sports Header has.

there isn't a single manufactured header for the Celica that is worth it right now. wait for TPR.

I get my kicks on EC.
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