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Apr 20, 3:38pm - #12730 
AEM Bypass

Hello Everyone.
Anyone in here knows how to install AEM Bypass?
Where does the bypass goes? I mean which section of the pipe does it goes in to?
The manual kinda confusing.
The AEM pipe I got was one section only. Ya know what I mean.
So any idea please poss.
Thanks


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Apr 20, 4:07pm - #12731 
Have you read the instructions thate came with the AEM bypass valve?

Ill scan them in later tonight if you got your's second-hand/used

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Apr 20, 4:29pm - #12732 
no use installing that bypass valve. does'nt really work especially for the CAI pipe.

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Apr 20, 10:55pm - #12733 
Quote:
Originally posted by techl10:
no use installing that bypass valve. does'nt really work especially for the CAI pipe.
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Apr 21, 11:07am - #12735 
Quote:
Originally posted by thor:
u CAN install it, and it WILL work but it is a pain in the ass, and it takes at least 2hp away from total gain, unless you are traversing ponds, i recommend against it. If anyone wants one, i have my a brand new one, and will sell it for 24dollars
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Apr 21, 11:54am - #12736 
then I would really like to see pics of someone who acually installed one on a celica

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Apr 21, 1:59pm - #12737 
Yeah, I like to see a pic that actually has an Bypass install.
I was told that installing it would be better, other whise the water can get in to the engine, and easily mess up the engine. Especially around raining season don't you guys think so?
So if anyone has pic of an bypass installed please post them to help me out or the rest of us who are wondering.
Thanks guy


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