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  1. 04947-33020 try a search with that part number and see what you find
  2. how old is the wideband sensor? fuel pump/wiring/relay failing? do you have any engine diagnostic codes? at 6psi the stock ecu should be well rich wit that set up
  3. that's the only 5e manual i know of online
  4. gorganl2000

    M-tech disks

    i've never run ferodo, but i've hear positive stuff about them over the years i run ebc, which i've heard both positive and negative reviews...in my personal experience, they work great i totally agree with you, pads are very subjective items...sometimes you just have to try for yourself...i also think a big part of performance pads is to be patient and break them in properly to get the best out of them
  5. gorganl2000

    M-tech disks

    not the glanza mtec discs that you are referring to, but i use the mtec astra front brake disc set up on my ep91 with the celica st202 twin pot conversion. never had any issues with them.
  6. has download option if you sign up it appears
  7. https://www.verociousmotorsports.com/Shop-by-Category/Wastegate-Flanges-and-Gaskets/Vibrant-35-38mm-Wastegate-Flange-Outlet-Untapped may be that site can help...you can draw your own conclusions from there ---see dimension diagram and "type"
  8. personally, i use and like the ultra racing rear ARB ---simple to install and no issues for a very long time now lots of people run whiteline, so they must be very good as well
  9. gorganl2000

    Wideband

    I've run both innovate (xd-16 and mtx-l) and aem (x series) widebands over the years. I've not had any major issues with either. However, i find the AEM x series was easier to install and set up
  10. pistons can be used if in good condition, but you will need to check the bore sizes of the 5e and the width of the 4efte forged pistons you have, that will determine your next step as they are a few scenarios from there also, you will need new pistons rings, etc for the rebuild the rods from the 4efte are too short for the 5e block---they wont work
  11. where i live, if he runs it as it is on td04 set up on any kind of decent boost, he will eventually break piston ringlands due to our low pump gas quality...i'm not certain in his region how it is and i don't believe in taking chances when it can be avoided. hence i'd suggest he gets the car tuned asap, preferably with the EMB as it can be custom to his set up if you choose to use EMB, then you can run it with the stock ecu as there will be no real difference between the stock ecu and blitz ecu in overall power after the tune ----sell the blitz and make some money or put it down if you choose to run the Blitz ecu, then do as robsr said and get it professionally checked for fuel and knock/ignition, as you have no idea what it's tuned for. this is the only way you will know if it is safe.
  12. is your car tuned for this td04 set up?
  13. lots of information and pics in there---hopefully you find something of worth to you http://www.toyotagtturbo.com/community/index.php?threads/fmic-comparisons-king-thread.20735/
  14. it appears to be a c52 box based on some older information about the "casing" at the top which holds the selector mechanism 52 had a ridge and hump at the end 56 was smooth with no hump at the end this is just old hear say, i don't know if this is true ---my disclaimer
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