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Hey Guys. I'm kinda new to this whole posting threads and forums thing, Anyway a need some advice on how to buid a street level 2001 Celica GT. I'ts my first and favorite car in the Toyota world. Any advice on how I should go about my build?
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What are you looking to get out of it? Naturally Aspirated or Forced Induction?

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What are you looking to get out of it? Naturally Aspirated or Forced Induction?
I'm looking for naturally aspirated power. Everyone around here runs boosted Honda's and I want to gain without boost.
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With everything needed to get real power out of an n/a 1zzfe, you would need close to 8 grand. Overbore to full 2.0l, new pistons, crower rods, knife edge crank, valves, shims, port and polish, sleeves, fuel injectors, fuel managment, stand alone ecu, flywheel, clutch, studs, and a few other things. All that will bring you to maybe 250 whp. The 1zz is pretty good for boost. Just throwing a good turbo on stock internals can net you up to close to 230whp. If you build up the engine first then turbo it, you can easily get 500whp or more.

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You think a 1zz can make 250 hp N/A? Seems a bit high, even with a 2 liter set up. Maybe with a stroker kit, high compression ratio and building the engine to safely rev to 10,000 rpm....it would be a pretty extreme and expensive build though, double the price of a turbo set up that could make as much power or more. Still though, N/A does have a certain appeal to it.

Now that I think about it, if you bore it out more AND use a stroker kit, you could probably get 2.2l of displacement, no? And if you run a dual octane gas system, you could run something like a 13:1 compression ratio.
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No, the cylinder walls are too thin. 2.0 is as much as you can safely get. And yeah, with light weight parts, high compression pistons and valve work, you can hit 250. But at the cost of buying two to three used 7th gens lol

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Ahh, it would be nice to run a turbo, but I'm truly afraid of blowing my engine somehow, even with a clean technically sound build. So much sh*t went wrong with my car I feel like I'm pushing my luck by adding a lot of power. I always joke with my friends that when I first take the head off the block that a bat will come flying out. The previous owner was a f*cking imbecile and truly did horrible things to my car that I only found out about later on. Shoot, I'm STILL just repairing things that he broke or put out of spec, haven't even really upgraded the raw performance yet.
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The reason I want to go n/a is because all the cars around my area run turbo hondas and I like putting people to shame as being an underdog. I also purchased a chip that connects to the air sensor on the intake line that add 20-30hp. 50hp if I upgrade the intake.
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Chips dont work on our cars mate. We have an ecu that relearns itself.

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