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Kenred
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Kenred Sep 3, 1:02am - #41724 

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Layout for my 2000 Celica GTS and people tell me what you think

I made a layout for the celica, and I wanted ya'll to see wat kinda stuff i'm gonna do to the Celica and ya'll tell me what ya'll think. Also heres the list I made out as well

1. Injen Cold Air Intake
2. Intense Motors Header
3. AEM Alternator Pulley & Unorthodox Racing Ultra S Street Crank Pulley
4.Tanabe Super Medallion Hyper Spec Exhaust
5. ACT 6 Puck Clutch Kit
6.Findanza Lightweight Flywheel
152636-2000 Toyota Celica GTS Layout.jpg
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MptGlw69
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MptGlw69 Sep 3, 1:07am - #41725 
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Sounds good to me. thumbsup grin
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spaztikid
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spaztikid Sep 3, 1:12am - #41726 
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1974 Toyota Celica

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go for it thumbsup
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Kenred
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Kenred Sep 3, 1:15am - #41727 

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Originally Posted by Kenred
I made a layout for the celica, and I wanted ya'll to see wat kinda stuff i'm gonna do to the Celica and ya'll tell me what ya'll think. Also heres the list I made out as well

1. Injen Cold Air Intake
2. Intense Motors Header
3. AEM Alternator Pulley & Unorthodox Racing Ultra S Street Crank Pulley
4.Tanabe Super Medallion Hyper Spec Exhaust
5. ACT 6 Puck Clutch Kit
6.Findanza Lightweight Flywheel


Me again with all those parts, how much hp is that well a grand total, like Engine?
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Street Prototype
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Street Prototype Sep 3, 1:21am - #41728 

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2002 Toyota Celica GT

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pretty cool!

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Vtec_Killa
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Vtec_Killa Sep 3, 1:38am - #41729 

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you cant mix and match the urtho pulley and the AEM pulley dude, AEM is to much underive to be compatable with the crank pulley
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Speed4TheNeed
Caleb
Speed4TheNeed Sep 3, 2:05am - #41730 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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Originally Posted by Vtec_Killa
you cant mix and match the urtho pulley and the aem pulley dude, aem is to much underive to be compatable with the crank pulley


if this is true, you might want to think about just getting the unorthodox ultra s pulley and the unorthodox ultra ss pulleys instead of an AEM alternator pulley.
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Kenred
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Kenred Sep 3, 2:27am - #41731 

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Originally Posted by Vtec_Killa
you cant mix and match the urtho pulley and the aem pulley dude, aem is to much underive to be compatable with the crank pulley


So ud recommend just the urth pulleys then, but do they make the pulley for the Alternator?
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redracer
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redracer Sep 3, 3:24am - #41732 
2002 Absolute Red Toyota Celica
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2002 Toyota Celica

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Originally Posted by Kenred

tell me what ya'll think. Also heres the list I made out as well

5. ACT 6 Puck Clutch Kit



That ACT 6 puck clutch kit is probably not a good idea if your car is an everyday driver.

The 6 puck disc is designed for the strip, it will wear out very quickly, like 3k miles give or take a thousand.

For this reason, I got an ACT HDOO stage one clutch, It still has a heavy duty pressure plate, the disc is designed to last on the street. wink
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Kenred
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Kenred Sep 3, 3:35am - #41733 

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Originally Posted by redracer
Originally Posted by Kenred
tell me what ya'll think. Also heres the list I made out as well

5. ACT 6 Puck Clutch Kit



That ACT 6 puck clutch kit is probably not a good idea if your car is an everyday driver.

The 6 puck disc is designed for the strip, it will wear out very quickly, like 3k miles give or take a thousand.

For this reason, I got an ACT HDOO stage one clutch, It still has a heavy duty pressure plate, the disc is designed to last on the street. wink


how much did it run you for that clutch?
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VSGTS14
05 WRB
VSGTS14 Sep 3, 3:47am - #41734 

05 WRB
2005 Subaru WRX STi

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1: I suggest buying the Trial Headers unless those are the IM headers...cause I know they sell the Trial's
2: Either go all UR pullies or just the AEM
3: get a Tanabe Super Racing Medallion
4: it all sounds sweet. grin

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redracer
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redracer Sep 6, 1:32am - #41735 
2002 Absolute Red Toyota Celica
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Quote:

how much did it run you for that clutch?


Not sure how much it cost confused I'm thinkin about 279 bucks, but it was about a year ago. Here is the link:

http://www.titanmotorsports.com/actstreetclu.html

They have a technical staff that is willing and able to get you the right clutch. Good luck
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BlackSheep5 Sep 6, 2:02am - #41736 
2001 Absolutely Red Toyota Celica
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if you gonna pay to have a clutch and fly wheel put in might as well get the lsd while your at it.
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