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Old 11-22-2017, 06:28 PM   #73
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I did the K & N filter and the OBD throttle plate spacer with some 80 mm bolts off amazon. feel like I got 3-5 in the butt dyno. More smooth and less useless windup in passing gear too. exhaust manifold from OBD is next with 1/2 inch bigger bores running out.
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Old 02-17-2018, 08:13 AM   #74
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I put on the OBX header and feel a bit more oomph. Pretty happy with my poor man upgrades so far. You do hear the clattery engine in the am a bit more, but no smoke and actually better fuel mileage with the header. I run it hard, and was getting 32-34, now I am getting 35-36, so more oomph and mileage, well worth the 200 bucks the header, not so sure on the spacer. Looking to do something with the intake/throttle body/poor mans colder air than stock upgrade next. while putting in the K&N helped, bein this close to the beach makes me leave in that carbon filter (after the main air filter piece) in case crap gets beyond the stock filter.
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2010 Yaris sedan, TRD CAT back (sport muffler only, really), OBX header (relocated front AF sensor to front pipe), OBX throttle plate spacer, K&N filter (in stock air box-for now), TRD struts and shocks, Mexico Rough Road Springs x 4, new Yota sway bar links front, slotted/drilled rotors and Maxx brakes front, Valvoline synthetic brake fluid, 3M undercoated, 16" Konig Feathers Uniroyal Tiger Paw GTZ Tires
TRD rear sway bar, 4 GT Spec bars including: front strut brace 2 point, 4 point ladder brace, mid chassis brace and rear lower tie brace, rear hitch, Firestik/Cobra CB setup
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Old 02-19-2018, 05:05 AM   #75
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I put K&N typhoon kit on and am suffering from initial down low acceleration, it great after 3000rpm, but from stand still it's a slug, have headers and free flow exhaust. any ideas how to improve it.
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Old 02-22-2018, 08:46 AM   #76
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