Discussion in '8th Gen' started by jdmgen8, Feb 12, 2013.
Ok and I also emailed this company as well
This is the response I got from rywire.com any help making this happen would be appreciated thanks.
"can you send us a picture of the ECU connections to see if there's a mating connector for the 2002 toyota corolla, we would also need a picture of the 2002 celica GT ecu connections also to see if we have the connectors to build it before we can even move forward"
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Whats your email, i will send you the stuff if you haven't gotten it yet.
Ok sounds good my email is email@example.com
Ok finally made some progress got my suspension and wheels on then took it to the car wash.
Thanks gold glad I was able to finally get it done.
Couple quick pics after work today
Time to buff that hood
I'm having it painted before the end of the month so that will be taken care of lol
I've got a question about fog lights. My car didn't come with fog lights but it did come with the factory plugs for fog lights. I just installed my new ones today and when I turned the lights on nothing happens any thoughts or ideas as to why they wouldn't be working when I have the factory plugs for them?
Are the fuses and relays in place?
Well I read that I need to get a fog light relay and headlight stalk that has the fog light switch on it.
You don't even have a switch? I think you know what you need to do to get them working
Yeah autozone sells the switch and really so it will be a quick fix no big deal.
Well I just ordered the ground control coilover kit to go on my konis, the teins just didn't make my car sit the way I wanted it to.
yeah if the shocks are wack, springs won't work right lol
Lol yeah except mine were brand new konis
Yeah the front still had way more wheel gap than I wanted the rear still sat lower it just didn't look right.
You sure you got the springs on the right way lol
Lol yeah I'm positive I do there was another guy on here that had the same problem I forget his name but he ended up putting the stock springs back on there rear and left the teins on the front that was the only way to level it out idk doesn't make sense
I think your ride height is actually level, I'm guessing the offset of the fender is giving the illusion that it's sagging in the rear. On all 4 stock springs, it has the same effect, just with more gap lol
Yeah it looks exactly the same as stock except lower, if that makes sense lol but the ground control kit should fix that problem.
Will any of these fuel injectors work as a direct fit upgrade on our cars?
I guess a simpler way to ask is there any other bigger Toyota injectors that are a direct fit on our cars like a 315cc or 440cc?
I have plans to boost and just need some bigger drop in injectors, really don't think anything bigger than 315cc is necessary. I've read our stock injectors are around 200cc so anything bigger than that should work with the right fuel management. There should be an injector Btwn 220cc and 300cc that will fit I just don't knw what car that would come from.
Yea you can use the lotus exige 440cc injectors. I also think the scion tc injectors are 350cc or something like that and those are plug and play also.
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