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BaTMaN_4 Apr 17, 7:47am - #157154 

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? Intake Question ?

Do any of you have any of the two Blitz Intake systems? Also i thought that they were only for the GTS but apparently on thi website www.mvpmotorsports.com the Intake seems to be for both the GT and GTS, im looking into the Blitz LM Intake? Are they good short rams? Any difference felt..power wise??? Also wat about the Blitz SUS?? confused confused
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PolarisNV Apr 17, 8:03am - #157155 

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you should just go with Injen's Cold Air Intake, i think its more bang for buck too, but even if you go with Short Ram, just go with Injen's Short Ram happywink

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BaTMaN_4 Apr 17, 8:24am - #157156 

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If i dont go for the Blitz one's im gonna go AEM, just because all my friends have the Injen and i want my car to be different from theirs. I would also prefer having low to mid-range power, rather than waiting for high rpms so that the Injen Intake fully opens.
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spaztikid Apr 17, 8:26am - #157157 
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v3n0m has the blitz
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v3n0m Apr 17, 10:06am - #157158 

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You can definetely feel a difference. It sounds really nice & it makes your exhaust have a deeper tone. Dunno what the HP gain is, but you can feel the car get up to speed faster. Go with the LM 'cuz the SUS doesn't filter very well, so you have to change your oil more frequently. It's designed for the GTS, but it fits the GT too.
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Chico Apr 17, 12:32pm - #157159 

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Originally Posted by v3n0m
You can definetely feel a difference. It sounds really nice & it makes your exhaust have a deeper tone. Dunno what the HP gain is, but you can feel the car get up to speed faster. Go with the LM 'cuz the SUS doesn't filter very well, so you have to change your oil more frequently. It's designed for the GTS, but it fits the GT too.
Humm Its sounds nice.. rice
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BaTMaN_4 Apr 17, 7:02pm - #157160 

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Alright, thanx v3n0m, by the way how long was the install?? Also were did you buy it from?
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v3n0m Apr 17, 11:00pm - #157161 

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I got mine from www.suprastore.com and it only took 3 days to get here. The hardest part is removing your stock airbox, that took me about 1 1/2hr, but installing the Blitz Intake itself only took 5 mins. There's a how to on removing the stock airbox in the Installs section.
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BaTMaN_4 Apr 18, 12:00am - #157162 

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^ the kit includes a place to put the MAF sensor inside the Intake tubing right?
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Jtultra Apr 18, 3:32am - #157163 

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If your going to get AEM, go w/ Matrix its a knock-off but only for 80-90 bucks. Filter kinda sucks, but totally worth the money

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R3DLIN3GT Apr 18, 4:11am - #157164 
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since we are on the topic of CAI's do you need a heat sheild for the end of you cold air air Intake?

is there a difference in Performance or anything?
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celicafourotwo Apr 18, 5:10am - #157165 

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Originally Posted by R3DLIN3GT
since we are on the topic of CAI's do you need a heat sheild for the end of you cold air air Intake?

is there a difference in Performance or anything?


Yes, only if u're going Shortram..cuz you don't want ur Intake to suck in warm/hot air fro ur engine..cold air=more hp..

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Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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v3n0m Apr 18, 7:00am - #157166 

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BaTMaN_4 Apr 18, 7:18am - #157167 

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Originally Posted by celicafourotwo

Originally Posted by R3DLIN3GT

since we are on the topic of CAI's do you need a heat sheild for the end of you cold air air Intake?

is there a difference in Performance or anything?


Yes, only if u're going Shortram..cuz you don't want ur Intake to suck in warm/hot air fro ur engine..cold air=more hp..


How would you install a heat shield in v3n0m's pic of his engine???? Also would any brand of heat shield work??
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v3n0m Apr 18, 7:56pm - #157168 

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Satoshi made his own heat shield, just go to his website & it'll show you how to make one. But since Blitz doesn't offer one, then it doesn't need it.
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Chico Apr 19, 4:36am - #157169 

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Originally Posted by v3n0m
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Dude your engine needs to be clean badly! grin
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