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Apexi S-AFC for the GT #49661 Sep 30, 4:32pm Sep 30, 4:32pm
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Apexi S-AFC for the GT
Just got my Apexi S-AFC in and I installed it. You can use the same wiring diagram for the gt that is shown in the installs section for the gts. Only question i have now is does anyone out there have the right settings for it that I could use? I know i'd have to compensate for the Intake and things like that, but i need a start or i'm going to be using the road as a dyno in a few days.


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Re: Apexi S-AFC for the GT [Re: trdcelica13] #49662 Sep 30, 5:02pm Sep 30, 5:02pm
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this doesnt work on our cars, thats what i heard


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Re: Apexi S-AFC for the GT [Re: trdcelica13] #49663 Oct 1, 10:48am Oct 1, 10:48am
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I would think it would cause they have the wiring diagram on the apexi website for the 2000+ gts's, and since the wiring is the same, i would expect it to work the same and they wouldn't have came up with the diagram unless it did something for the car as far as i know. The way the wires are set up there is no reason for it not to work, and plus some people already have them with celicas and i am wondering if anyone has any tips on this. Thanks.


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Re: Apexi S-AFC for the GT [Re: trdcelica13] #49664 Oct 1, 10:52am Oct 1, 10:52am
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I would like to see what this does with the GT and if the specs remain and not get reset. Get us updated with what goes on with it.

Re: Apexi S-AFC for the GT [Re: trdcelica13] #49665 Oct 1, 11:17am Oct 1, 11:17am
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Will do, i'm gonna try to take a spin and mess with it in the next few days and see what i get, i'll let everyone know, but its a pain in the ass reading those autometer air/fuel gauges.


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Re: Apexi S-AFC for the GT [Re: trdcelica13] #49666 Oct 1, 11:37am Oct 1, 11:37am
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Couldn't help myself, had to mess with it a bit, it definetly does change the amount of fuel you can use, but i do not have a dyno to get the best results from, though i did feel a little more boost to it, but i don't want to drop too much fuel in that it screws something up. I'll let you know about anything else as i get it tuned right, my friend should be able to help me on this one.


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Re: Apexi S-AFC for the GT [Re: trdcelica13] #49667 Oct 2, 4:39pm Oct 2, 4:39pm
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Alright, messed with it and used my air/fuel meter as a tuner, and managed to get a good feelable gain out of it. It does work and also deepens the exhaust note, and looks nice on the dash, if anyone wants some pics, they'll be up on my website in a few days. I dont' know where around me i can take it to a dyno but there are definite gains and also, you can run it so you can save gas which is a real nice feature. Also monitors air flow, throttle position, rpms, Intake boost/vacuum, and a few other things which makes it a great investment to me. I think its worth the 240 i spent on it. Any other questions about it like wiring, feel free to ask.


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