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Shawn22 Jan 19, 8:45am - #86154 
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Master Plan

Got all the bolt-ons: CAI, EXHAUST, PULLEYS, GROUNDING WIRES, and Header.

Next steP:Monkeywrenchracing.com now selling a bore kit that will take the 1.8 to almost a 2.0 (32mm)$800, then do their wisco (nitros) pistons for $500.00 and rods $800. Next, do the greddy e-manage they have that can come pre-programmed. Then get a level10 stageII torque converter $400, then run a 150 shot of nitrus.

All that in a 2000 Toyota Celic GT Automatic. Looking at a fast mover.

Any thoughts?

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slidr Jan 19, 8:47am - #86155 

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150 shot of nitrous? eek Keep a fire extinguisher in your car.

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spaztikid Jan 19, 8:55am - #86156 
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wow... thats a lot of juice.
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Shawn22 Jan 19, 9:09am - #86157 
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That is a lot of nitro, but with built head it shouldnt be a problem.
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LinkTallica Jan 19, 9:20am - #86158 

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Originally Posted by spaztikid
wow... thats a lot of juice.

good luck with that eek
cant you say VOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM
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RevMonster Jan 19, 9:21am - #86159 

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Do you/they have any idea what the engine will be dyno'ing at without the juice when you're done?

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LinkTallica Jan 19, 9:24am - #86160 

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150 shot + 150 hp (i think so he would have around 300 hp gt auto...jk i have no clue
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Speed4TheNeed Jan 19, 1:31pm - #86161 

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sounds good...that'd be one auto gt that'd smoke my gts..thats for sure thumbsup

one question though..what do you expect by getting the 'stage II torque converter' is there really any performance to be had by this? i thought torque converters only spun your tranny while it was at idle. does it spin first a little faster or something?

also, what kind of hp increase is expected from the almost 2.0L displacement? mostly torque, correct?

also, your greddy e-manage system comes pre-programmed for your STOCK setup. you can program this system to fit your setup (and future setup), but don't expect it to work so well straight out of the box..especially with the mods you plan on doing.
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Shawn22 Jan 20, 11:01pm - #86162 
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Actually, you e-mail them letting them know what mods you have done and they tune it for you based on that information.
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Shawn22 Jan 20, 11:04pm - #86163 
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The torque converter wont really add any power. increases your stall speed and quicker and more precise engagements.
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