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SleeprGT
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2002 Silver Toyota Celica GT
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Jan 28, 6:42pm - #92592 
GT engine Dress up?

WHere can i find some cool Chrome for my GT, engine? all i have seen is plastic junk.? anyone know? any good websites?

Thanks.

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Jan 28, 6:43pm - #92593 
nah you pretty much get screwed over with a gt


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Jan 28, 6:43pm - #92594 
hmmmmmmmmmmmm
I don't think I have ever seen any GT engine dress up...
you can just paint the plastics...
or get the vinyl overlay for the lettering on the cover grin


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Jan 28, 8:44pm - #92595 
Originally Posted by VSGTS14
hmmmmmmmmmmmm
I don't think I have ever seen any GT engine dress up...
you can just paint the plastics...
or get the vinyl overlay for the lettering on the cover grin


ditto.

the only dress up i've seen for gt engine bay is the carbon fiber engine plastics offered by iptmotorsports.com ($720 for complete set) thumbsup

but you can also do other things like do hose techniques & chrome out all of your caps. or if you opt not to go with the carbon fiber engine plastics..you can always pain them.

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Jan 28, 8:45pm - #92596 
get an Intake, and strut tower bar, thats all the engine dress up i like

EDIT: and nos, and headers (which you cant really see)


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Jan 29, 9:06am - #92597 
You can get the hoses from http://www.hosetechniques.com/


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Jan 29, 9:38am - #92598 
Originally Posted by Evan
You can get the hoses from http://www.hosetechniques.com/


thanks evan...i was trying to remember the website but i kept drawing blanks (don't ask how--its pretty obvious i know) thumbsup

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Jan 29, 11:35am - #92599 
get a Short Ram Intake, strut bar, and paint your engine plastics. then to finish it off get some hoses.

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Jan 29, 5:30pm - #92600 
if you look now, TRD has a GT engine cover, as does IPT grin thumbsup


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