NewCelica.org Forum banner

1 - 20 of 47 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
11,169 Posts
Mochiman said:
sweetness. wonder how much it'll cost...
Trial said:
Just like the GTS kit, this kit will include the TRIAL Titanium Bazooka muffler, The new TRIAL Celica GT Header, a Blitz air nux intake and TRIAL tuned Power FC or F-Con S. The compressor and inter cooler are the same as the ones used in the kit for the GTS.
Sounds like it will cost a bucket of cash plus your right arm and left testicle :faint:
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
11,645 Posts
jlitman said:
Sounds like it will cost a bucket of cash plus your right arm and left testicle :faint:
dont forget it includes the header... so thats equal to a kidney
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
726 Posts
k. stupidest question ive ever asked.. but does trial make a supercharger for the gts? reason im asking is they kinda make it sound that way in the article.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
8,364 Posts
Blue Bomber said:
Mochiman said:
wonder how much it'll cost...
Way too much for only 27hp. :thumbdown Better off with a turbo.
:werd: this will be easily over 5k.... also installtion etc....
For 30 hp... not worth it..... with all the parts and amount of installation.... it should get at least like over 50hp.....
 

·
Zettai Unmei Mokushiroku
Joined
·
28,865 Posts
ZenoGenProducts said:
Who cares about HP? as long as it gives out decent times and it probubly will give more torque plus its tuned for reliability
Any kind of FI is only as reliable as its tuning. For the price that this SC kit will probably be (apparently near the same price as the GT-S one), you could slap on a turbo kit and build up the engine to improve reliability, and gain 2-3x more power than the SC.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
2,563 Posts
For people who want big gains on the celica the supercharged celica will never come close to a turbo celica, no matter what anyone thinks they will never be close...
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
11,169 Posts
2003CBGTS said:
k. stupidest question ive ever asked.. but does trial make a supercharger for the gts? reason im asking is they kinda make it sound that way in the article.
I believe it's a modified Blitz kit. Brash Boy also offeres their own tuned version of essentially the same compressor / fuel management package.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
11,169 Posts
Trial said:
We had to work over the fuel delivery system because the car was putting out too much power for the stock system.
:rolleyes: Translation: It comes with bigger fuel injectors.

pnoy said:
Custom TRD supercharger is still the best bang for your buck for supercharged GT.
Agreed.
 

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
18,200 Posts
2003CBGTS said:
k. stupidest question ive ever asked.. but does trial make a supercharger for the gts? reason im asking is they kinda make it sound that way in the article.
Its basically a Blitz. Complete ripoff. The Blitz/Trial/BrashBoy GT-S supercharger kits are the worst deal on the market.
kylebGTS said:
GTS=S/C
Gt=Turbo
That makes no sense whatsoever. The Greddy supercharger kit is weak on HP and has caused almost everyone who owns one tuning issues.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
4,279 Posts
Jesse IL said:
That makes no sense whatsoever. The Greddy supercharger kit is weak on HP and has caused almost everyone who owns one tuning issues.
He makes a lot of sense. It's the best bang for the buck out there and easier to install and tune than turbo. Even with the PowerFC/Datalogic, you can keep it around $3500. It's easier to tune part throttle and boost transition than a turbo.

Show me one turbo kit that was completely plug and play.
I'm not sure why you think everyone who had the Greddy SC had a tuning issue because they have sold more than 50 kits and you know like any turbo kit, it just need a good tune.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
6,050 Posts
PRRedCelicaGT said:
if reliability is your main concern dont mess with the car and stay 100% stock...
. I hate how everyone says SC is more reliable... Ive see quite afew members with turbo that have yet to do down. Everyoe keeps sayig it over ad over. It is in the tuning...
 
1 - 20 of 47 Posts
Top