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NYgodfatha27
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NYgodfatha27 Jun 1, 6:15pm - #19449 
2000 Black Toyota Celica GT
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AEM Bypass Valve

Just some Q's about the AEM Bypass Valve. Does it work for the Injen CAI?? or does Injen make one?? Is it really worth it if I live in LA (valley area)? How hard is it to install? Will it take away from my CAI's performance in anyway?? Thank you in advance for all replies.
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blindfigure
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blindfigure Jun 1, 6:46pm - #19450 
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the AEM bypass valve will only fit the AEM cold ait Intake due to width and such, i dont belive Injen makes one for theres and it realy isnt neccessary for you but it couldnt hurt because there is no performance loss that is in anyway noticable cheers
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Bradcelica Jun 1, 9:48pm - #19451 
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yes, the AEM bypass only fits the AEM CAI. if you are worried, order a splash guard from Injen to guard ur filter and tape ur wheel well (there are slots in the plastic wheel well area).

hope this helps

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NYgodfatha27
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NYgodfatha27 Jun 3, 12:16am - #19452 
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But won't taping up the wheel well holes or getting the splash guard take away from my CAI's performance?? Performance is my main concern, because I live in LA and it doesnt' rain much, and I've heard that you only have a problem when the water level reaches up to your CAI, and that's pretty high for me.
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