This new Exhaust Manifold was built for TRIAL'S Celica Track Car. It will work on the 2ZZ and 3ZZ.
The manifold turned out gains of 10hp on a stock Celica GTS with no mods to the computer!
It was tested on a US spec car and similar gains were archived.
Even wonder what is the what sensors that used by the 4AGE 20V engine? Feel difficult and do not know where to get the part number for the spoiled sensors? Here are some of the location for the 4A-GE 20V sensors. The most troublesome sensor with faster wear and tear is the O2 sensor / oxygen sensor / lambda sensor…with life span 50k miles or 80k km.
The 20-Valve 4AGE replaced the 4AGZE Supercharged engines. Just like the early and late 16 Valve 4Ges, they also underwent revisions. The Silver Top was introduced in the Corolla AE101 (1992), and the Black Top in the Corolla AE111 (1997). Both engines used Toyota’s version of Variable cam timing- VVT. Bore and stroke remained as in the original 1st and 2nd Generation 4AGEs (early) big port (TVIS) and (late) small port (non-TVIS). Similarly compression was upped in the later models. The blocks are identical to the late model AE92 generation blocks (and naturally the SC blocks too).
The individual throttle bodies look like they came off the fabulous 503 race engines. Think about it, no Toyota factory RACE Engine had 5 valves per cylinder!! Yamaha- who works with Toyota on cylinder head design (and manufacturing), have been a very avid pioneer and supporter of the 5-valve design. The short-lived Yamaha Formula 1 engines had 5 valves per cylinder. In terms of maximum valve to surface area- the 5 valve design cannot be beat- theoretically and geometrically.
Sad day, my Satria ran over the pot hole and it caused my front bumper and fender arch damaged. The is what I need to pay for lowered my car and of cause the road condition in Malaysia is really in bad condition. I need to repair my car and damn unlucky because I need to respray my car and it ain't cheap for pearl white. It will definitely burns a hole in my pocket.
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