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Intake #103215 Feb 14, 10:31am Feb 14, 10:31am
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Hi, I have a celica gts (auto). I was just wondering if the Injen Short Ram Intake is better or is the K&N better? Anyone with the K&N have any problems with the Intake? Thanks for any info.

Re: Intake [Re: nyckaminari] #103216 Feb 14, 1:25pm Feb 14, 1:25pm
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If I were to choose between those two, I would say Injen...You can get it here for $200, plus more celica owners have Injen over K&N thumbsup

Re: Intake [Re: nyckaminari] #103217 Feb 14, 2:46pm Feb 14, 2:46pm
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Originally Posted by nyckaminari
Hi, I have a celica gts (auto). I was just wondering if the injen short ram intake is better or is the K&N better? Anyone with the K&N have any problems with the intake? Thanks for any info.


I have the Injen sr, and i like it. I'd would go with Injen sr


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Re: Intake [Re: nyckaminari] #103218 Feb 14, 4:58pm Feb 14, 4:58pm
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go for CAI Injen

Re: Intake [Re: nyckaminari] #103219 Feb 14, 8:06pm Feb 14, 8:06pm
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I agree. Injen Cold Air Intake all the way.

Re: Intake [Re: nyckaminari] #103220 Feb 14, 8:38pm Feb 14, 8:38pm
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Injen Race division is DaBomb.


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Re: Intake [Re: Eyger] #103221 Feb 14, 8:45pm Feb 14, 8:45pm

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Originally Posted by Eyger
Injen Race division is DaBomb.

cant go wrong with the Injen CAI

Re: Intake [Re: nyckaminari] #103222 Feb 14, 9:11pm Feb 14, 9:11pm
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yeah, the K&N is generally more expensive...plus a Short Ram doesn't do much for yah, just looks and sounds better. i'd say go with a AEM CAI with the bypass valve to prevent hydrolock if you're worried about that

Re: Intake [Re: nyckaminari] #103223 Feb 15, 9:13pm Feb 15, 9:13pm
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If you're definitely going with Short Ram (instead of CAI), just get the cheapest one. Both are good.


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Re: Intake [Re: vietnamese2004] #103224 Feb 16, 9:52am Feb 16, 9:52am
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Originally Posted by vietnamese2004

go for CAI Injen

DO not go for CAI...Any way you have an Auto so Airintake will not really going to make any difference for you...But if you like to get a CAI do not buy Injen CAI.
Get AEM CAI, AEM is Low rpm Intake (perfect for auto)And Injen is Hight Rpm Intake(Perfect for manual)...and to get a high rmp's on auto(To make your Injen CAI WORK IN FULL POWER) you have to go at list 120mph...
P.S.Correct me if I'm wrong.

Re: Intake [Re: nyckaminari] #103225 Feb 16, 10:01am Feb 16, 10:01am
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Just a tip, nopionline has great prices on Intakes, there Injens (SR) are like $170, and they have the black ones.

Re: Intake [Re: RoMkApOmKa] #103226 Feb 16, 10:03am Feb 16, 10:03am
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Originally Posted by RoMkApOmKa
Originally Posted by vietnamese2004
go for CAI Injen

DO not go for CAI...Any way you have an Auto so Airintake will not really going to make any difference for you...But if you like to get a CAI do not buy Injen CAI.
Get AEM CAI, AEM is Low rpm Intake (perfect for auto)And Injen is Hight Rpm Intake(Perfect for manual)...and to get a high rmp's on auto(To make your Injen CAI WORK IN FULL POWER) you have to go at list 120mph...
P.S.Correct me if I'm wrong.


Very well said. My thoughts exactly thumbsup


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