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  1. They can be piggy backed but there's no real point as the Toyota ecu will make corrections which will destroy all but the full throttle tune. The only real way is a mappable ecu, not mines, blitz etc, your best with apexi power FC, Link, Vi-PEC, etc, these are plug and play type mappable ones, you could go further and get a wire in ecu but they are £££££
  2. looks like someones been in touch with Mario lol, their some good products :) not been on here in an age!
  3. Quite alright sir, I'll just be glad to see this up to full power. th one we were working on in work passed it's MOT last week so is now on the road, I'll not picture !Removed! your thread but there's plenty to see on the companies facebook page as I've still to upload some proper ones to photobucket etc GI Motorsport GT-Four build
  4. The pipe itself isn't restrictive to the point of lowering power figures but there is a resonator box in the inner wing (on the 185, not sure on the 205) which restricts airflow, remove that and you'll get more air through. Generally people fit a straight intake to these cars, basically the less bends on the air pipework the higher flow you'll have from less effort, on the 205 it's pretty well designed so I wouldn't say it'd restrict you unless you were aiming above 450bhp
  5. iIRC the st205's you end up over fueling due to the pressure regulator not being able to cope with the extra fuel delivery but I'm not sure if that was proven in any way
  6. Get them to read the fault codes, could be something not plugged in or damaged during the swap. Which garage is it in?
  7. Like it's been said the standard turbo has a ceramic shaft so would shatter with anti lag, a stage 1 hybrid would change that out for a steel shaft making it stronger and newer. The anti lag that you'll have seen on street is just the ignition being cut allowing fuel to make it into the exhaust making pops and bangs. Some evo's do have an air bypass system that allows anti-lag to be activated but it is all mild or else they would be buying new turbo's on a regular basis. Your friend who runs the rally car, although he'll have an aggressive anti-lag he won't be doing many miles in the car so i
  8. What ecu is in it just now? An st205? If so there is a bodge you can do which fools the ecu into thinking the charge cooler is still there
  9. Can't wait to see this up and running at full power
  10. With the exhaust system you've got there's a chance you'll experience boost creep. The standard ecu can't be mapped, as it's been said a piggy back or plug and play such as a 'Link' aren't in the budget of motecs but can do the job. Another difference between the rc and 205 is the rc still runs an AFM. Where's it going for it's dyno session?
  11. It depends on how you drive it really, Millers do a really good motorsport oil 10w60 CFS fully synthetic, pretty sure the recommended will be 10w40 semi-synthetic but don't quote me on that
  12. If it was the piston rings it would be more present when driving. You can buy some seal regenerator, stick that in your oil as it may just be the oil seals are hardening from lack of use. I'd say either valve stem oil seals or turbo seals weeping slightly
  13. That sounds about right mate, the oil temp sensor should screw into the sandwich plate
  14. WelcOne to the forum, I'd highly recommend changing the clutch whilst your in there, not a fun job to do once let alone twice. If it's already supposedly got an uprated clutch I'd still change it and sell it on
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