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benjol
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benjol Apr 22, 11:43pm - #13060 
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blitz sus power intake or AEM cai ?

hi guys,
i just want to know, which Intake is better for celica ? blitz sus power air Intake ( you can get it from http://www.topendimports.com/celica.html ) or AEM CAI ?

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Blue Dragon Apr 22, 6:19pm - #13061 

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I think you should get the Blitz SUS Intake. Here is an auction on ebay on this Intake. http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=38634&item=2412015169&rd=1
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supra_celica Apr 22, 7:07pm - #13062 

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I know Injen adds more HP than AEM coi for celicas, but what about the blitz SUS? On a Supra the SUS adds 30-35 hp! No joke! What about our cars, though?

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benjol Apr 22, 7:08pm - #13063 
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that's why i ask you guys.. =P
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Kim Apr 22, 8:02pm - #13064 
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i have the blitz sus Intake and would recommend it just because if the hydrolock issue and the gains are pretty good, but i'm sure not as good as a CAI. but the blitz Intake is easier to install and safer in rainy weather.

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FX-MAN Apr 22, 8:35pm - #13065 
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this whole hydrolocking thing again??.. YOU HAVE TO TOTALLY SUBMURGE THE Intake TO HYDROLOCK... how many of you have ever had to drive through a foot of water????? Rainy.. has nothing to do with it.. I wouldn't worry about hydrolock unless I lived on a houseboat with a garrage.

The reason they make splash guards is to keep the filter CLEAN not to keep water out... If you happen to drive into a lake, just don't try to accelerate and you won't hyrdrolock. I know about 40 people with CAIs who live in vancouver (where it rains almost non-stop for 5 months a year), none of us have ever had problems (although a couple guys with short rams have ended up needing to remove them because of heat soak)...

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XxMerlinxX Apr 23, 12:33pm - #13066 
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Lol. Easy there FX. Breath.

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Pete00 Apr 23, 2:13pm - #13067 
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blitz sus power (if your stores have easy access to replacement filters..which i doubt)

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Satoshi Apr 23, 3:21pm - #13068 
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I love Blitz because of its aspiration sound.

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