Reviewed By Eric S (Falkville, AL) Reviewed for a 2000 Toyota Celica —6/20/2012 10:08 AM
As with anything you install on a Celica, it takes a couple days for the computer to get used to it. With the combination of a chip I have inline with the Jet MAF, I have gained a steady HP flow in the mid-range RPM's. The car doesn't sound like it's screaming in the middle RPM range and has a nice steady climb to where the VVTi kicks in and beyond. I was searching for an OEM replacement due to water getting in the CAI, but this was a much better investment.