DC Sports headers vs. Megan Racing headers for my 2002 Celica GT?

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Old 01 Apr 2014, 02:10 am   #1 (permalink)
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Default DC Sports headers vs. Megan Racing headers for my 2002 Celica GT?

i have a 2002 Celica GT and im currently doing some mods for it to gain some power and acceleration. is it even worth it to get new headers or should i just stick with suspention? i was looking at the DC sports headers then i saw some Megan Racing headers for a better price. ive looked on forums and it goes both ways some people say the DC sports are junk and others say they are better... and same for the Megan racing headers... i was going to put some megan racing lowering springs on my car before i saw the megan racing headers. is a set of new headers worth it? will i gain any power from the stock ones or should i just stick with lowering springs? does anyone know if the DC sports headers would be better for my celica or should i get the Megan Racing headers?















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~Brandon
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Old 01 Apr 2014, 02:31 am   #2 (permalink)
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IF you blindly buy a set of headers without knowing and understanding specs, you're just flipping a coin as to whether or not it's going to do anything for you or even hurt you.















Cam timing events play hand in hand with header specs. It's about primary pipe diameter, primary pipe length and collector diameter and length. You can move power curves all over the place with header specs. If you don't know what you are doing (Most people in this business don't even know what they are doing) then...I would not mes with it.
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