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madmods
Do any of the other year aftermarket celicas or camrys, mr2s headers fit my 5sfe?
recneps
nah but the 3s headers from a celica will fit with alittle bit of custom work.
Jehuty
QUOTE(madmods @ Nov 17, 2004 - 7:34 PM)
Do any of the other year aftermarket celicas or camrys, mr2s headers fit my 5sfe?
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I was wondering the same thing myself. Hotshot makes a 5sfe header for the MR2 NA. I think it will work with modification. Cant be sure, tho.

I would not reccommend using a header intended for a 3sge. A header is one of the more sensitive parts of an NA engine. Specifically, the length of the primaries, their diameter, and the type of collector can all differ to shift the powerband. A 3sge header would most likely work against all the 5sfe's characteristics. You would almost certainly lose power at low rpms, and possibly even at peak. That's just my guess tho!

About that hotshot MR2 header tho... I think that if we are expected to pay 500 dollars for it, it's only fair for them to post some dynos. What do you think?
94Toy
QUOTE(Jehuty @ Nov 23, 2004 - 12:27 PM)
QUOTE(madmods @ Nov 17, 2004 - 7:34 PM)
Do any of the other year aftermarket celicas or camrys, mr2s headers fit my 5sfe?
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I was wondering the same thing myself. Hotshot makes a 5sfe header for the MR2 NA. I think it will work with modification. Cant be sure, tho.

I would not reccommend using a header intended for a 3sge. A header is one of the more sensitive parts of an NA engine. Specifically, the length of the primaries, their diameter, and the type of collector can all differ to shift the powerband. A 3sge header would most likely work against all the 5sfe's characteristics. You would almost certainly lose power at low rpms, and possibly even at peak. That's just my guess tho!

About that hotshot MR2 header tho... I think that if we are expected to pay 500 dollars for it, it's only fair for them to post some dynos. What do you think?
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I believe he was refering to the pacesetter header for the 3s-fe that was design for the 4th gen celica. And that header is only $150, but you also need to realize that you get what you pay for.
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