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GiRL_RaCeR
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GiRL_RaCeR Jun 3, 2:13am - #19571 
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injen race division

has anyone bought the Injen cold air from here?? how big is the piping? i need to know so i can buy a bypass valve. and do they bypass valves from Injen? thanks..kat
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Grand-Touring-Dan Jun 3, 2:47am - #19572 
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Do not invest in a bypass valve. You do not need one.
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celicaGTS01
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celicaGTS01 Jun 3, 3:21am - #19573 
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yeah unless you plan on driving thought foot deep puddles at high speeds then you really don't need one
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Bradcelica Jun 3, 5:29am - #19574 
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i dont believe there is a bypass valve for Injen CAI, but peeps here will correct me if i'm wrong cheers. there is one for the AEM CAI though. if your worried, buy the Injen splash guard and tape the slots in ur wheel well. i've had my Injen CAI for 30k with no probs at all, and we get a decent amount of rain here.

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Grand-Touring-Dan Jun 3, 5:36am - #19575 
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I don't think that Injen has a Bypass valve right now, but I believe they are working on one. Who knows, it doesn't matter cause you don't need one. Peeps with the AEM bypass valve have had bad results. Some say they feel they lost the performance, some say it messed up the sound of the Intake. I have had my Injen CAI for a while now, and it rains hard here in south texas during certain seasons and I have had no problems either.
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Steven Jun 3, 5:57am - #19576 
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bypass valves and splash guards are useless. just dont drive through deep water period. use your head and searchs are good
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celicapimp02 Jun 3, 5:57am - #19577 

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i have an Injen race devision i love it
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speedinjq Jun 3, 11:06pm - #19578 

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what do you guys think about a valve for living in colorado. i park outside almost everynight of the year. and as most you probably know we do get snow. post your thoughts.

Hey, its a celica. What else do ya need to know?
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element_celica Jun 3, 11:16pm - #19579 

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what do you guys think about a valve for living in colorado. i park outside almost everynight of the year. and as most you probably know we do get snow. post your thoughts.


i wouldn't think so...just put a shield in for your Intake, and make sure you clean the filter once a while! i live in michigan!

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