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Apr 2, 7:06pm - #433042 
200 hp n/a ?

Has anyone successfully installed and run TRD pistons,would it be possible on 93 octane gas? I have the doubt because a lot of people say that it is hard to get 200 hp n/a, but the dyno that TRD has on their site is approx. 200hp @ 8300 rpm and 145 lbs. of torque @6800 rpm if you convert it, and degrade it to the US version of the celica. That is with the TRD 13:1 compression pistons and rings, TRD header, TRD Air Filter, and TRD exhaust. :cool: Add the pfc, cams, valves and springs, and pnp and it might just yield 230-250 hp. ;) What do you guys think? is it doable, or just a dream?


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Apr 2, 8:23pm - #433043 
doable

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Apr 3, 12:00am - #433044 
with raised compression and everything I think it's doable. I don't think you're gonna see 230-240 though.

especially since cams arent available yet.


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Apr 3, 12:39am - #433045 
All on 93 octane? I don't think that'd work with 13:1 compression.


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Apr 3, 1:27am - #433046 
frown not even with the pfc?


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Apr 3, 1:38am - #433047 
Oh, and another thing with that setup, is that it gives you over 130 lbs. of torque at 4400 rpm (nice low end torque) thats nice. thumbsup


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Apr 3, 10:56am - #433048 
Yeah, but with such a high compression ratio, you'd porbably need 100 octane.


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Apr 3, 11:07am - #433049 
Is this for a 91 or a 7th gen. and what TRD pistons are you talking about? I havent heard of mass produced TRD pistons.


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Apr 3, 1:39pm - #433050 
They weren't. They were on a show TRD car. The idea never took off.


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Apr 3, 2:49pm - #433051 
7th gen, you can order them from TRD japan they cost 40,000 yen and the rings are 5,000 yen.


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Apr 3, 2:57pm - #433052 
You mean each one. Do you have the site for the dyno you are talking about?


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Apr 4, 3:42pm - #433054 
I saw it at the TRD website but its not as clear and detailed as the link you posted smile


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Apr 4, 3:54pm - #433055 
you always can get the 3zz conversion from trial to bump up the compression and power.

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