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AEM vs. Injen #161347 Apr 21, 5:49pm Apr 21, 5:49pm
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AEM vs. Injen
Thinking of getting a CAI with a water shield or whatever. So i was thinking which one was better AEM or Injen, and if there are any others let me know. Also where is the best place to get em, websites etc? thanks, later everyone.

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for low end power AEM, for high end, go with Injen.
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Re: AEM vs. Injen [Re: vadim] #161349 Apr 21, 5:51pm Apr 21, 5:51pm
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AEM = good low end gains...beter torque
Injen = better high end gains...good torgue...

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Injen is your best bet


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Re: AEM vs. Injen [Re: VSGTS14] #161352 Apr 21, 6:22pm Apr 21, 6:22pm
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Originally Posted by VSGTS14
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anyway


AEM = good low end gains...beter torque
Injen = better high end gains...good torgue...

AEM for low end power
Injen for high end power


Exactly...and just get one right off this site thumbsup

Re: AEM vs. Injen [Re: CeLlYgT04] #161353 Apr 21, 6:35pm Apr 21, 6:35pm
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this has been discussed many times and ill say again AEM it has been reported to be better quality than Injen


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Re: AEM vs. Injen [Re: eric_h] #161354 Apr 21, 6:48pm Apr 21, 6:48pm
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Hey, I've had both installed in my car. The AEM CAI first, then the Injen CAI. They are both GREAT Intake systems, you can't go wrong with either. There's a little difference in noise. IMO, the AEM was a bit louder overall, but the Injen screams too once you hit the higher RPMs.

Power wise, this can be debated all day. But when you get down to it, they are both great Intake systems and like someone said above, AEM has better low end gains and the Injen has a better high end. Just depends what you want. You can't go wrong with either, though. grin


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Re: AEM vs. Injen [Re: paperheart] #161355 Apr 21, 6:53pm Apr 21, 6:53pm
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^^ I agree with everyone above. I personally will be getting an AEM CAI as I want more lower end thumbsup


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Re: AEM vs. Injen [Re: Erick] #161356 Apr 21, 7:08pm Apr 21, 7:08pm
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Re: AEM vs. Injen [Re: hephaestus] #161358 Apr 21, 7:23pm Apr 21, 7:23pm
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AEM - always...

Re: AEM vs. Injen [Re: Sultan] #161359 Apr 21, 7:43pm Apr 21, 7:43pm
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Re: AEM vs. Injen [Re: paperheart] #161360 Apr 21, 8:02pm Apr 21, 8:02pm
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Originally Posted by paperheart
Hey, I've had both installed in my car. The AEM CAI first, then the Injen CAI. They are both GREAT Intake systems, you can't go wrong with either. There's a little difference in noise. IMO, the AEM was a bit louder overall, but the Injen screams too once you hit the higher RPMs.

Power wise, this can be debated all day. But when you get down to it, they are both great Intake systems and like someone said above, AEM has better low end gains and the Injen has a better high end. Just depends what you want. You can't go wrong with either, though. grin
Amen to that! rice

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Re: AEM vs. Injen [Re: Clos] #161362 Apr 21, 8:30pm Apr 21, 8:30pm
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Re: AEM vs. Injen [Re: RyCeCuBe] #161364 Apr 29, 2:20am Apr 29, 2:20am
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I belive a combination of Injen Intake and A'pexi Power Filter will do a exelent job.

My friend has a 1994 celica 2.0 GT 3s-ge engine with apexi and this car is asome, he had K&n before but A'pexi gives mutch metter sound and like some guys says: A'pexi is a better filter...


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Re: AEM vs. Injen [Re: Goose] #161365 Apr 29, 6:08am Apr 29, 6:08am
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yea do a search wave

Re: AEM vs. Injen [Re: Larry_GTS] #161366 Apr 29, 9:36am Apr 29, 9:36am
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Re: AEM vs. Injen [Re: Lucky_317] #161367 Apr 29, 10:37am Apr 29, 10:37am
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Re: AEM vs. Injen [Re: OBi3] #161368 Apr 29, 4:16pm Apr 29, 4:16pm
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AEM = thumbsup

Re: AEM vs. Injen [Re: DaBigTickett] #161369 Apr 29, 5:19pm Apr 29, 5:19pm
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well since the celica really has enough power on in the higher RPM range (VVTL-I) wouldnt you want more low end torque anyway?

to get to lift faster?

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Originally Posted by paperheart
Hey, I've had both installed in my car. The AEM CAI first, then the Injen CAI. They are both GREAT Intake systems, you can't go wrong with either. There's a little difference in noise. IMO, the AEM was a bit louder overall, but the Injen screams too once you hit the higher RPMs.

Power wise, this can be debated all day. But when you get down to it, they are both great Intake systems and like someone said above, AEM has better low end gains and the Injen has a better high end. Just depends what you want. You can't go wrong with either, though. grin


Well said. goodjob

I bought Injen RD. totally love it. thumbsup

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Re: AEM vs. Injen [Re: EuRoBoYGT] #161372 Apr 29, 10:06pm Apr 29, 10:06pm
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LOL.. another AEM vs. Injen... rofl rofl rofl rofl rofl rofl rofl

Re: AEM vs. Injen [Re: hk007] #161373 Apr 29, 10:09pm Apr 29, 10:09pm
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Get a K&N...it comes with a drycharger. (It just fits over your Air Filter)

Re: AEM vs. Injen [Re: HiCkS] #161374 Apr 29, 10:10pm Apr 29, 10:10pm
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Originally Posted by HiCkS
well since the celica really has enough power on in the higher RPM range (VVTL-I) wouldnt you want more low end torque anyway?

to get to lift faster?


YUP YUP YUP thumbsup thumbsup

Re: AEM vs. Injen [Re: BaTMaN_4] #161375 Apr 30, 10:15am Apr 30, 10:15am
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you should see how fast we get to lift with the power fc. lol but eh my AEM is doing a good job til I go custom.


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Re: AEM vs. Injen [Re: Lucky_317] #161376 Apr 30, 10:28am Apr 30, 10:28am
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well I just got my Injen CAI on my GTS and it is really boggy out of first so I am considering switching to AEM..

Re: AEM vs. Injen [Re: tgts2000] #161382 Apr 30, 4:48pm Apr 30, 4:48pm
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Re: AEM vs. Injen [Re: celicafourotwo] #161383 Apr 30, 10:03pm Apr 30, 10:03pm
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Go AEM, becuase GTS has good high end already but really crappy low end. So work on getting better low end power first because if you think about it, you have to go through low end to get to high end. You may have the best high end power in the world but if you have crappy low end power it will take long to get to that power.

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i think AEM CAI is better thumbsup


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Re: AEM vs. Injen [Re: tgts2000] #161385 May 1, 4:48am May 1, 4:48am
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Originally Posted by tgts2000
well I just got my Injen CAI on my GTS and it is really boggy out of first so I am considering switching to AEM..


maybe it's not installed correctly.


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Re: AEM vs. Injen [Re: VSGTS14] #161386 May 1, 10:20pm May 1, 10:20pm
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if anyone looks at the horsepower/torque chart Injen surpasses AEM at 7.4rpms. so if you looking for good horsepower for about .6 rpm's then go for the gusto. but if you want better power for 1-7.4rpms then go for the AEM CAI:) i know it fluxuates a bit but the AEM is really in the lead most of the time by a good amount. thats my 2 cents and i probably added some fuel to the fire in some way but hey take it or leave it thumbsup

Re: AEM vs. Injen [Re: 2kVeilsideGTS] #161387 May 5, 3:08pm May 5, 3:08pm
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If you really want low end go with Blitz S-Ram, the others are more higher rpm orientated I believe.

A better and cheaper alternative is to get a no name brand CAI off Ebay, as the bends are pretty much the exact same as AEM & Injen (so I've heard) and the only differance is the grade of filters, so all you need is to buy a differant filter.. there you go, probably saved you a bundle.


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not sure if this question fits in here, but its related to the AEM CAI- i have been trying to find a replacement cone-style filter for my AEM CAI. the idiots at checkers couldnt help me, but im trying to find a k&n cone style filter to fit on my AEM CAI. does anyone have a part number for this? if such Air Filter exists?

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These AEM/Injen threads never end. A search is all you gotta do to hear these same comments ad nauseaum.

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Originally Posted by grcelica
These AEM/INJEN threads never end. A search is all you gotta do to hear these same comments ad nauseaum.

Agreed, I love how ecelica has certain weeks, a few weeks ago there were 50 threads asking about exhausts, then Intakes. I wonder what i'm gonna miss. wave

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Originally Posted by LostAngel
Originally Posted by grcelica
These AEM/INJEN threads never end. A search is all you gotta do to hear these same comments ad nauseaum.

Agreed, I love how ecelica has certain weeks, a few weeks ago there were 50 threads asking about exhausts, then Intakes. I wonder what i'm gonna miss. wave


you're gonna miss the Homo thread that you're gonna be the star of!!! j/k Brandon grin

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Originally Posted by grcelica
Originally Posted by LostAngel
Originally Posted by grcelica
These AEM/INJEN threads never end. A search is all you gotta do to hear these same comments ad nauseaum.

Agreed, I love how ecelica has certain weeks, a few weeks ago there were 50 threads asking about exhausts, then Intakes. I wonder what i'm gonna miss. wave


you're gonna miss the Homo thread that you're gonna be the star of!!! j/k Brandon grin

Don't you miss the Homo thread that we are gonna be a star in?!! rofl spineyes

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i think now that it is a sticky will end the posts

now we just need one for exhausts thumbsup

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wath is high and low end power? spineyes confused

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Originally Posted by VSGTS14
Originally Posted by tgts2000
well I just got my Injen CAI on my GTS and it is really boggy out of first so I am considering switching to AEM..


maybe it's not installed correctly.
agreed.
I love my Injen CAI. Looks awesome, has a cooler name wink

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