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Apr 12, 5:21pm - #152757 
Deciding on SHORTRAM intakes, which one sounds the best?

gains arent that important to me cause im a slow auto gt, so i want to get the best sounding Shortram Intake!!!

narrowed them down to Blitz or Injen, which one sounds the best? theres also the K&N but i dont believe i am goin to get that... thank you

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Apr 12, 5:23pm - #152758 
i have Injen shortram and i can hear it when it's quite in the car...it sounds awesome hitting lift and shifing at the different RPM's


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Apr 12, 5:29pm - #152759 
Blitz sounds really nice.

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Apr 12, 5:31pm - #152760 
hmm, i like how my AEM drones..


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Apr 12, 5:33pm - #152761 
AEM doesnt make a shortram for our car, if i did, that would be the one i would buy, no question about it!!


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Apr 12, 5:38pm - #152762 
imo, the AEM CAI is a perfect match for an auto GT by increasing low end gains - but for shortram I'd go with Injen

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Apr 12, 5:44pm - #152763 
K&N, or AEM

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Apr 12, 5:46pm - #152764 
Originally Posted by Sultan
imo, the aem cai is a perfect match for an auto GT by increasing low end gains - but for shortram I'd go with injen

ya i no but im just lookin for the show in the shortram and sound, and yes i no the cold air put out better sounds...


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Apr 12, 7:11pm - #152765 
yeah Injen looks nice, get a hold of a rmm heatshield too, it'll lower temps and makes it look cleaner

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Apr 13, 1:53am - #152766 
if you want looks, then Blitz is out of the question, so that leaves you with Injen

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Apr 13, 4:09pm - #152767 
thanks for the replies, is a heat shield really that important???


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Apr 13, 4:12pm - #152768 
Originally Posted by bmw52786
thanks for the replies, is a heat shield really that important???


i believe it's more for cosmetics than funcionality. the heat shield can only do so much if the whole engine compartment has been sitting at idle at hot weather...air doesn't just stop when it meets aluminum shielding...lol rofl. it will help...just not much and not as long.


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Apr 13, 5:38pm - #152769 
thanks anymore comments about the heat shield if it is really necessary?


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Apr 13, 7:27pm - #152770 
I have Injen Short Ram and heat shield. I took heatshield off because it seemed to always interfere with the Hood no matter how I adjusted it. With it off, it sounds a little louder, and I can't feel any diff in power. I have an auto gt also and I felt I got great gains from the Injen SRI. Get it, skip the heat shield and save $50

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Apr 13, 7:38pm - #152771 
thanks, prolly goin to end up gettin the Injen minus the heat shield like ya said!


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Apr 13, 7:57pm - #152772 
Originally Posted by grcelica
I have injen short ram and heat shield. I took heatshield off because it seemed to always interfere with the hood no matter how I adjusted it. With it off, it sounds a little louder, and I can't feel any diff in power. I have an auto gt also and I felt I got great gains from the Injen SRI. Get it, skip the heat shield and save $50

I didnt know you took that off...lol
Isaac said though, that in the summer you should keep the heatshield on due to heat soak with the Short Ram.

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Apr 13, 10:03pm - #152773 
get the rmm Short Ram Intake...i have that with the rmm exhaust and it is the best sounding ive ever heard

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Apr 14, 1:09am - #152774 
Dude, I have an Injen Cold Air Intake, and it sounds very aggressive. I heard that Injen's Short Ram has the same sound.. So, Injen is for you! rofl You'll like it thumbsup

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Apr 14, 1:11am - #152775 
Originally Posted by grcelica
I have injen short ram and heat shield. I took heatshield off because it seemed to always interfere with the hood no matter how I adjusted it. With it off, it sounds a little louder, and I can't feel any diff in power. I have an auto gt also and I felt I got great gains from the Injen SRI. Get it, skip the heat shield and save $50
Dude, sell me your heat shield. I need one for my Cold Air Intake.. rice wave

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