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celicaTRDgts Dec 4, 9:00pm - #64693 

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new header?

"The headers produced 176.3 hp to the wheels with 122.8 ft./lbs of torque. This was before we made the mid-pipe.

We will be selling the headers with the mid-pipe as a set by the end of December. The price and new HP figures will be announced shortly."
http://www.gtfabrications.com/gtf/celicaheader/index.htm


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RicePowered Dec 4, 9:06pm - #64694 
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looks pretty laughsilly

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RicePowered Dec 4, 9:07pm - #64695 
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rofl rofl rofl rofl rofl

I like their instructions

Quote:

Tools Needed
1. Basic wrench or socket wrench set (metric).

2. 30mm wrench or 30mm (12 point only) socket

3. Screwdriver set

4. Rubber Mallet or hammer.

5. Mechanic with small girlie hands.



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celicaTRDgts Dec 4, 9:14pm - #64696 

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rofl
i kno i kno...just thought id see if you guys of ever heard of it before

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celicaTRDgts Dec 4, 9:14pm - #64697 

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it is werid lookin tho grin

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Speed4TheNeed Dec 4, 11:05pm - #64698 

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are those dyno results on a stock car with just the header replaced?

and i would assume that is on a gts model because they normally rate just a little above 160 horses at the wheels (a.k.a. true horsepower, not the 180 it comes factory rated with) if so, thats a nice 13 horsepower gain (to 173 horses at the wheels)...definately something to look into. thumbsup
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tWiSteD Dec 5, 1:19am - #64699 

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Originally Posted by sPeEd4tHeNeEd
are those dyno results on a stock car with just the header replaced?

and i would assume that is on a gts model because they normally rate just a little above 160 horses at the wheels (a.k.a. true horsepower, not the 180 it comes factory rated with) if so, thats a nice 13 horsepower gain (to 173 horses at the wheels)...definately something to look into. thumbsup

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tWiSteD Dec 5, 1:19am - #64700 

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also, they said "that is before we placed the mid pipe" or something..so maybe that means that they had a straight pipe from the headers, no cat... confused

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Street Prototype Dec 5, 1:43am - #64701 

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Originally Posted by tWiSteD
also, they said "that is before we placed the mid pipe" or something..so maybe that means that they had a straight pipe from the headers, no cat... confused


yup, thats what i figured

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element_celica Dec 5, 2:34am - #64702 

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i think it looks pretty good... look how cleanly they made it.
it may not look to have the best bends, but then agian, the space in our engine bay is so limited in the rear.

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fastceli2001 Dec 5, 2:40am - #64703 

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Originally Posted by element_celica
i think it looks pretty good... look how cleanly they made it.
it may not look to have the best bends, but then agian, the space in our engine bay is so limited in the rear.
i was looking at the bends to. i think those bends are intentional and it has nothing to do with space.

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element_celica Dec 5, 2:51am - #64704 

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i think its both...
because if you read the post's on nc.org, the only possible way to get the header in is to remove the wheel/axle to get it up in there.

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