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defyenz
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defyenz Jan 12, 9:46pm - #80957 

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2003 Toyota Celica GT

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San Diego, CA
headers and shop quote

i don't see many threads about headers so can
somebody tell me some info on headers for the
03 gt?

greddy, apex, dc sports, jg edelbrock, skunk2, etc?

4-2-1 or 4-1?

and i spent $588 this weekend on parts. i don't
have time and don't know how to install the stuff
so whats would be a ok price to take the following
to the shop to install:
AEM CAI 1stgen
AEM trupower pulley kit
eibach sportline springs
vis oem carbon fiber Hood
sparco Hood pins
clear bumper corners
twm shortshifter

and i'm looking for a carbon fiber rear latch.
can someone tell me where i can find this?
its the latch where you open the back trunk.

thanks smile

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fastceli2001
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fastceli2001 Jan 12, 11:35pm - #80958 

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2001 Toyota Celica GT

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CT
you got all that for 588 eek wow. only headers for the gt are the hotshot headers thumbsup which i have and am very happy with. alos dc motorsports is supposidly going to release there headers for the gt but it is not out yet.

a kid told me that celicas handle like crap... i laughed
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defyenz
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defyenz Jan 12, 11:52pm - #80959 

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2003 Toyota Celica GT

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San Diego, CA
nah i didn't get all that. i had some already
but i used that much this past weekend.

hotshot. how much hp gain does it give us?

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spaztikid
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spaztikid Jan 13, 12:04am - #80960 
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1974 Toyota Celica

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Posts: 5,346
LA
Originally Posted by t3n
i don't see many threads about headers so can
somebody tell me some info on headers for the
03 gt?

greddy, apex, dc sports, jg edelbrock, skunk2, etc?

4-2-1 or 4-1?

and i spent $588 this weekend on parts. i don't
have time and don't know how to install the stuff
so whats would be a ok price to take the following
to the shop to install:
AEM CAI 1stgen
AEM trupower pulley kit
eibach sportline springs
vis oem carbon fiber Hood
sparco Hood pins
clear bumper corners
twm shortshifter

and i'm looking for a carbon fiber rear latch.
can someone tell me where i can find this?
its the latch where you open the back trunk.

thanks smile


you can install the CAI, Clear Corners, Short Shifter, and Hood pretty easily at home with common tools.

the pully, Hood pins and springs are a bit harder.
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Grand-Touring-Dan
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Grand-Touring-Dan Jan 13, 12:53am - #80961 
2001 Spec Blue Toyota Celica
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2001 Toyota Celica

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Posts: 1,660
Houston, TX
I know you say that you do not have time to install these parts...but I highly recommend you install them yourself. Very easy things to install you have there. Just do them one at a time. You will regret spending the hundreds of dollars on install.

Hotshot headers give around 8whp. I got mine for 350 shipped. Price may be a little higher since I got it on special. check out... www.titanmotorsports.com

Do you have an exhaust system yet? You may want to look into that, gains will be better with the header plus the rest of your exhaust.

I notice you have the sportlines on your list...do you have new struts/shocks? If not, I also recommend that you look into that. It would be a pain in the ass to put on those springs, realize the rough ride, then take it all apart to put on new struts (or pay the price again for install).

If you have any questions about installing any of these parts, I'm sure I can help you out and if I cannot, someone on this board will be able to.

Good luck

Dan
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