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Oct 23, 3:19am - #4976 
NEW INTAKE MANIFOLD AND LIGHTENED FLYWEEL...

How much does this cost and what are good brands?
I have no idea I just saw it in a post and they said it would add like 90 horsepower. Sounds like a good upgrade to me.

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Oct 23, 8:57am - #4977 
To date, there is no aftermarket Intake manifold that you can buy that replaces the stock manifold; however, you can have it milled out for higher air flow. A machine shop will do that but there are controversies right now that some argue milling the Intake manifold will do no positives. I have yet to see a natural aspired celica with a milled Intake manifold. However if you keep reading you'll find out more information. I have more information about milling and port polishing but I doubt it is 100% accurate so I will not disclose this information.

Flywheels are available; however, Mike Lu has a lightened flywheel, maybe he could help you there. thumbsup

[ 10-23-2002, 08:58 AM: Message edited by: Steven ]


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Oct 23, 6:33pm - #4978 
as far as flywheel brands...it depends on which model you have. don't know for the gt but for the gts:

TRD, TOM'S, JUN, FIDANZA

that's all i know for now...


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Oct 23, 10:46pm - #4979 
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Originally posted by Steven:
To date, there is no aftermarket Intake manifold that you can buy that replaces the stock manifold; however, you can have it milled out for higher air flow. A machine shop will do that but there are controversies right now that some argue milling the Intake manifold will do no positives. I have yet to see a natural aspired celica with a milled Intake manifold. However if you keep reading you'll find out more information. I have more information about milling and port polishing but I doubt it is 100% accurate so I will not disclose this information.

Flywheels are available; however, Mike Lu has a lightened flywheel, maybe he could help you there. thumbsup
oh yeah your smart! ever hear of jg edelbrock? they make the victor x Intake manifold...
btw, 00snc- i think it was me who posted the thing about the 90 wheel horsepower (but i may be wrong b/c that what they claim)- but on the other hand maybe steven is talking about the fact that they dont make them for the celica, which i know
@ least one company that does, (forgot the site), but you coould try all these sites:
www.acautotechnic.com
www.jgedelbrock.com
and
www.converter.com

sorry if i make false claims but i hope i helped...


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Oct 24, 2:55am - #4980 
New Concept, PDawd, and Steven, I appreciate the help, i'll check out those sites. If anyone else has any more info on this subject please let me know.


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