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Mar 3, 9:17pm - #448696 
GTS lift

Ok so i have a 2000 celica gts but i dont want to have to rev my engine up all the way to 6500rpms to get into lift, is there a way that i can flash my ecu to lower it to 4000? the previous owner was really rough on her and i dont trust pushing her that far. i am in the process of restoring her, but its taking awhile. i plan to rebuild the engine but i cant do it right now becuz of time and money. but basicly i just want my car to enter lift at a lower rpm just like the lotus elise

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Mar 23, 6:51pm - #448701 
From what I've seen you can't make lift engage at a lower RPM. Also, you wouldn't want to. You'll lose power by doing that. Go ahead, rev up to 6500. The reason lift is up there is because Toyota intended you to rev that high. That's what makes us rice burners stand out, our car was made for the abuse.

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