Bisimoto tuning of turbocharged Toyota Celica race car
This is a video depicting a full throttle sweep of a turbocharged Toyota Celica race car, owned by Toby L, of Elite tint. This chassis houses a factory second generation MR2 T engine, with coil on plug, factory turbo, custom front mount Intercooler from Bisimoto, Racepak IQ3 dash, a 32mm mandated restrictor at the turbo inlet, tuned on an AEM EMS-4 ecu.
After a partial throttle tuning session, this experimental setup yielded an astonishing, and restrictor limited, 231.5whp and an amazing 279.4 ft/lbs of torque, at 4920 and 3762 RPMs, respectively.
With such an appealling powerband at 14.6psi, and superb drivability, this reliable setup is poised for great racing.
My 1977 Celica GT coupe rust bucket.
1.5JZ motor, W58 transmission
Precision T61 turbo, 3" straight pipe Exhaust
MA47 Supra rear axle and brakes
S13 front coilovers on AE86 spindles and brakes
AE86 steering and crossmember
Adjustable 4 link rear
15x9 et0 wheels
205/50/15 F, 195/55/15 R tires
Antique license plates to avoid state inspections, lol.
And I don't own the song.
1999 Toyota Celica Start Up, Exhaust and In depth tour
In this video i give a full, in depth tour of the 1999 Toyota Celica. In
this video you will see all of the features the car has on the interior and
exterior, as well as a clip from the Exhaust. This video is designed to give others a
greater overall appreciation of the car.
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Music is used with permission and made by Splitter:
1976 Celica turbo VS 72 Chevelle drag race. Toyota whoopin chevy!
FIrebird raceway in idaho. Celica pulled off a 12.90 at 110, running fully
built 22re with 20lbs of Boost.
using GoPro2. 94 pickup block and head, balanced internals, polished crank,
eagle rods, ARP head and main studs, forged pistons, cometic head gasket,
port and polished head and intake runners, LC adjustable timing gear, LC
stage 3 turbo cam, 780cc injectors,
walbro 255, rising rate fuel pressure regulator, custom made turbo manifold, t3/t4 50 trim turbo at 20lbs right now, front mounted Intercooler, rear axle is out of an 82
Bisimoto tuning of E85 flex fuel, Nitrous injected H23 Accord
This is a tuning sweep, after a partial throttle tune, of a sleeper 4 door
Accord, with a transplanted H23 VTEC DOHC engine. The powerplant was
initially tuned on pump 91 octane gasoline, then on e85, and using an AEM
EMS, a custom protocol was explored, so that with the flex fuel sensor in
the Accord's return line, any combination of ethanol and gasoline could be
used safely, with ECU changes performed without the input of the driver.
All the driver has to do is fuel up, at leisure, with any fuel, any amount,
and the ECU will adjust timing, fuel and closed loop feedback protocol.
With the single fogger Nitrous system,
the AEM was setup to control the solenoid, while automatically adding
appropriate amount of fuel for perfect Nitrous power and safety.
Power on Gasoline: 211whp and 163ft/lbs of torque
Power on E85: 215whp and 170ft/lbs of torque
Power on E85 + dry shot Nitorus: 262whp and 252ft/lbs of torque
Toyota Celica: Japan's Forgotten Fastback
These days, old-school JDM is defined by the 240Z, Skyline, andthe 510. But
Nissan wasn't the only player at the time. Brian Karasawa describes his
passion for Japan's most overlooked classic--Toyota's first-gen Celica.
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13B turbo rotary Ford Escort MkII - FAST!
Bill Nabhan piloting this Ford Escort to a personal best pass. The car is
backed by a Liberty 5-speed transmission and 9in rear end through 28x9in
Fusch's APSA Pro Street Shootout at Calder Park, Melbourne.
AEM EMS has bad signal ground to TPS and other sensors
The most recent series one EMS 30-1050 computer has a problem with
delivering a clean signal ground. We have tested the vehicle on a lab
scope with the original ECU, an earlier (but brand new) 30-1050 EMS, and
the newest 30-1050 EMS and the newest box is giving problems. AEM tech
says the problem is in the car and can't possibly be the computer, but it
is. And as usual, I am right and they are wrong. It always takes me
testing and posting these videos to get them to believe me.