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Anonymous Jul 31, 12:22am - #5058 
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New Fireball exhaust makes my car slower?

I recently installed a fireball exhaust on my 2000 celica GT. It made my car slower. Does that make any sense? I thought it would give me a few more HP but instead it feels a lot slower than stock. my car is an automatic unfortunately [Mad]
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Steven Jul 31, 6:14pm - #5059 
2001 Spectra Blue Mica Toyota Celica GTS
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It may just be in your head. I'm not sure how much HP the 5zigen is supposed to add. The only way to tell is to get it dynoed. frown

[ 07-31-2002, 11:14 AM: Message edited by: Steven ]

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Anonymous Aug 1, 4:53am - #5060 
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I got 5Zigen Fireball on my GT (auto) at first when i installed it, it felt that the car was slower, but now after like 4 months with it on it sounds good as hell, and it feels like the car pickes up a bit faster...just give the ECU to adjust to the exhaust, ill be fine
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Anonymous Aug 1, 6:03am - #5061 
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same with my Injen Intake, just wait a while for the ecu to adjust

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Anonymous Aug 2, 12:11am - #5062 
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Thanks guys! I guess I'll just have to wait it out!

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Anonymous Aug 2, 1:28am - #5063 
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something to think aboot would be reseting ur ecu, just "unplug" the ground to ur battery and leave that way for a couple of min, it may help, when i got my Intake it didnt seem to do much till i reset the ecu, so its just an idea, doesnt hurt to do it
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