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Miicha
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Miicha May 4, 10:43pm - #171604 

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HappY!

Today I just ordered an AEM Cold Air Intake, AEM bypass valve, AEM tru-power pulley, and overlays from bluebatmobile...I CAN'T WAIT TO GET THEM grin grin
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CelicaRacer05 May 4, 10:52pm - #171605 

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umm... your car is black right, not carbon blue?
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Miicha
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Miicha May 4, 10:56pm - #171606 

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Originally Posted by CelicaRacer05
umm... your car is black right, not carbon blue?


It's carbon blue...its hard to tell in the pics that i have posted. But then again that's why i like the carbon blue so much!
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Sultan May 4, 11:21pm - #171607 

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awesome - enjoy... wink
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Jtultra May 5, 1:12am - #171608 

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AEM bypass valves ARE SHIT!!!, get your money back. I have a friend thats gone through 3 and the last one was faulty and a piece got jammed in his engine. Go w/ the ones they sell on ebay, it may sound stupid but they look and work much better than AEM. Just check it out and its less than 5 bucks If i can remember, I have one myself and I have no complaints thumbsup

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LostAngel May 5, 1:21am - #171609 
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Actually, I would suggest just going without them. As long as you dont drive through a pond (the filter has to be TOTALLY submerged to hydrolock).
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Jtultra May 5, 1:25am - #171610 

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and btw, i have a complaint... bypass valves are useless. The chances of your wheel well being COMPLETELY submerged in water is totally impossible unless your driving in like a river as stated above by lostangel. I wish I wouldn't have wasted my money on it. Even if it rains really bad it takes a lot of force that our engines don't have to suck that water up through those bends. well I hope I was helpfull. Goodluck grin

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Erick May 5, 1:38am - #171611 

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yep help me...good to know thumbsup
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Miicha May 5, 5:54am - #171613 

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Originally Posted by Jtultra
AEM bypass valves ARE SHIT!!!, get your money back. I have a friend thats gone through 3 and the last one was faulty and a piece got jammed in his engine. Go w/ the ones they sell on ebay, it may sound stupid but they look and work much better than AEM. Just check it out and its less than 5 bucks If i can remember, I have one myself and I have no complaints thumbsup


Has anyone else had this problem?? confused
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ToiletPaper May 5, 5:57am - #171614 
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cycocelica May 5, 5:58am - #171615 

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nice purchases, although the bypass valve isnt needed
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