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    I'm really interested in souping up my Corolla GLi 1.3, engine wise anyway. What parts/accessories do I need to increase the engines performance? Air Intakes, headers,exhaust etc with their prices. Thanks,


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    Hey GLi !! Here are the prices for ur Gli ; ) .

    Intake : Rs. 2800
    Headers : Rs. 4000
    Plugs (+4 Platinum, Bosch Original) : Rs. 1500
    Exhaust : Rs. 3500 (Free Flow, Non Branded)
    Branded Exhaust (Nitto) : Rs. 8000
    Hot Wires (High Performance Plug Wires) Rs. 2500-3500

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    Thanks for the update! How much BHP and performance increase should I expect if I install the Intake, Headers, Plugs, Exhaust(unbranded)and Hot Wires? I'm selling my Civic this week and will give you a buzz when I do. Kindly answer the question concerning the BHP and performance. Thanks!
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    It will give an increase of 25 to 40 HP.
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    If I am to get an increase of say 40 HP which parts do I have to install? What are the installation costs and where are you located?
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    Hey it's bilal again.
    I wanna know about the performance increase in the car's hp by putting in new plugs as most of the mechanics that I have consulted say that they have tried better plugs but got no results.
    And one more thing, are hot wires necessary for better plugs or not? Or can the car do without them???
    And I'm not sure what a header is????
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    Headers are a very common term used by many so called professionals and i myself was unable to determine for some time wat is it........Here is the info

    Headers are one of the easiest bolt-on accessories you can use to improve an engine's performance. The goal of headers is to make it easier for the engine to push exhaust gases out of the cylinders.

    During the exhaust stroke, a good way for an engine to lose power is through back pressure. The exhaust valve opens at the beginning of the exhaust stroke, and then the piston pushes the exhaust gases out of the cylinder. If there is any amount of resistance that the piston has to push against to force the exhaust gases out, power is wasted. Using two exhaust valves rather than one improves the flow by making the hole that the exhaust gases travel through larger.

    The idea behind an exhaust header is to eliminate the manifold's back pressure. Instead of a common manifold that all of the cylinders share, each cylinder gets its own exhaust pipe. These pipes come together in a larger pipe called the collector. The individual pipes are cut and bent so that each one is the same length as the others. By making them the same length, it guarantees that each cylinder's exhaust gases arrive in the collector spaced out equally so there is no back pressure generated by the cylinders sharing the collector.
    (info taken from www.howstuffworks.com and edelbrock)

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