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midnightcruiser May 17, 3:51pm - #179413 

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unknown short ram intake

is it ok if i install an unknown Short Ram Intake on my 2004 gt? the pipe is bigger than Injen or AEM. thats a good thing right?
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spaztikid May 17, 4:38pm - #179414 
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maybe...

the placement of the MAFS matters too... and how the bend is.
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midnightcruiser May 17, 4:43pm - #179415 

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whats MAFS? And the bend is the same as Injen. I think this one is from taiwan...

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Anonymous May 17, 4:47pm - #179416 
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I would save some money and buy a blitz ram air Intake. It has been tried and is proven. I wouldnt risk something breaking off and getting sucked into your engine.
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v3n0m May 17, 9:53pm - #179417 

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^ yeah, you get what you pay for. keep saving up & buy something that's been tested out the ying yang. with the no name brand parts, it's 50-50 that it works or it screws up your car.
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Speed4TheNeed May 17, 11:31pm - #179418 

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Originally Posted by v3n0m
^ yeah, you get what you pay for. keep saving up & buy something that's been tested out the ying yang. with the no name brand parts, it's 50-50 that it works or it screws up your car.


ditto.

it's worth just getting something that you know will be good for your car, have a good fitment, and has a warranty..backed by proven dyno Performance thumbsup
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