1989 Toyota Celica question

Asked by Sep 23, 2019 at 08:15 AM about the 1989 Toyota Celica ST coupe

Question type: Car Customization

What parts do i need to upgrade for hybrid turbo I already bought? what ECU I
should use I am really new to boost.

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Are you saying that you want to add more power to a 1989 hybrid Celica? Really? Anything you do to this car to enhance performance will exceed the value of the entire car.

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what do you mean?

I would like that the value be increased that would be great however Im not thinking of the car's value at this moment. I just want to make this car fast and beautiful so whenever I look at my car I can say "Wow that bad ass car and it is mine". The car is hard to find and very unique already so I don't think I would ever want to sell it. People's has offer $3000 and as high as $4000 but I declined very hard thing to do not going to lie about that I know I would regret if I sold it

well back to the question: Is there anyone that would or could help me Please tell me what ECU I could upgrade to after I boost my celica and Is it possible to use the OEM ECU that is already in the car?

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