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Firestorm May 13, 8:43pm - #178211 

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Intake Question

If i get a CAI or SRI will it affect the sound of my TSRM?

BTW is CAI or SRI better? i want a good sound and HP gain

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Anonymous May 13, 9:08pm - #178212 
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SRI is louder...with a little less gains...

CAI is quieter...with more gains...

you decision bro thumbsup
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mastro543 May 13, 9:53pm - #178213 

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get a CAI

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Clos May 13, 10:06pm - #178214 
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is that true?
SRI is louder
CAI is quieter
i thought they were the same
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spaztikid May 13, 10:10pm - #178215 
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CAI is louder spineyes
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Firestorm May 13, 10:34pm - #178216 

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so i guess a CAI then hehe, now, any good brands?
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GraSSRooTs May 13, 10:38pm - #178217 

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I have the Injen RDCAI and it sounds great, and plus, I can still here the rumble of my TSRM... They are a great combonation in my opinion. Hitting lift is AWESOME.

If you want to go show, get a SRI, if you want speed, get the CAI. AEM, Blitz and Injen are all great manufacturers.

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gtsbryan May 13, 11:40pm - #178218 

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i vote CAI thumbsup
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Erick May 13, 11:45pm - #178219 

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yah go CAI thumbsup

read the thread below for the reviews..AEM vs. Injen

to sum things up AEM for low end Injen for high end torque

check the ecelica store..

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ImportRacer May 14, 12:29am - #178220 
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I would get an AEM.
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v3n0m May 14, 3:44am - #178221 

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My Blitz Intake made my exhaust have a quieter, deeper tone, like the rumble sound in muscle cars. You can hear the Intake in the low RPM's, but once you floor it or get up to a high rate of speed, like on the highway, it's all exhaust.
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hk007 May 14, 3:52am - #178222 

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well Intakes do make ur car/exhaust sound louder (in a nice way).. i noticed a more aggressive sound from my TRD Exhaust after installing Injen SRI.
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drkramm May 14, 11:44am - #178223 
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wit my tshm and my SRI i noticed a lil more sound till 3k then all i heard is Intake then in lift omg the Intake sounds like a monster

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