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Firestorm
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Firestorm Apr 15, 3:52am - #442833 

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New Horsepower

I got a AEM CAI, TSRM exhaust, and my headers are going to arrive soon, and im gonna buy some Cams for better "lifts". how much HP you think i will be at after those are done,
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Johnsgt Apr 15, 3:55am - #442834 
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There are no cams available for the gts. Some are in development, but they wont be available anytime soon. With Intake, exhaust, and header, you will be around 165-170 whp.
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Zero Apr 15, 4:15am - #442835 

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i heard that port-and-polishing the stock header on the GTS is more effective than installing a DC or HotShot header. confused

I've mastered the art of the After Image Technique.
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Firestorm
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Firestorm Apr 15, 4:16am - #442836 

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can someone tel me what is meant by that
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GTS2003BLK Apr 15, 4:58am - #442837 

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GTS2003BLK Apr 15, 5:02am - #442838 

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Make that four. Lucky_317 offers some of the most sound advice in this one.

https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthrea...#Post1953445223
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