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Order of operations... #201919 Jun 19, 12:46am Jun 19, 12:46am
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I'm planning on getting an Intake on my car. However, since the exhaust is still stock, how bad will it be for me to have that Intake in. How well can the stock exhaust handle an Intake? I wanted to get CAI in first, because I don't have enough money for an exhaust system right now.

Re: Order of operations... [Re: jyboygenius] #201920 Jun 19, 12:51am Jun 19, 12:51am
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i got my Intake b4 my exhaust too i dont see any problem with it

Re: Order of operations... [Re: tru_Asiatik_Pride] #201921 Jun 19, 1:18am Jun 19, 1:18am
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Same...I had my Injen Short Ram Intake months before I got my TRD exhaust. You can have all sorts of engine mods and a stock exhaust...obviously, they compliment each other though...get the CAI now and get an exhaust later, doesn't matter thumbsup

Re: Order of operations... [Re: Stephen] #201922 Jun 19, 1:32am Jun 19, 1:32am
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you'll be fine


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Re: Order of operations... [Re: jyboygenius] #201923 Jun 19, 7:58am Jun 19, 7:58am
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Get the CAI, I had so much fun with my car when I first got mine. Then when you get exhaust its gonna be like... eek eek eek

Re: Order of operations... [Re: GraSSRooTs] #201924 Jun 19, 8:03am Jun 19, 8:03am
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i've had a Short Ram and no exhaust since oct. no problems ... ...

Re: Order of operations... [Re: Justice] #201925 Jun 19, 11:16am Jun 19, 11:16am
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same here. Injen sr and stock exhaust

Re: Order of operations... [Re: ghostingcelica] #201926 Jun 19, 11:19am Jun 19, 11:19am
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any order is fine - I did header and pulley first, then Intake, and finally exhaust

Re: Order of operations... [Re: ghostingcelica] #201927 Jun 19, 11:20am Jun 19, 11:20am
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my order went...Intake then exhaust then header. it doesnt matter how you do it. you can Turbo your car with stock exhaust and nothing bad will happen, it just wont make as much power as it could


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Re: Order of operations... [Re: NorwayGT] #201928 Jun 19, 11:53am Jun 19, 11:53am
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Re: Order of operations... [Re: Virgilson] #201929 Jun 19, 11:57am Jun 19, 11:57am
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Intake!

Injen CAI was hte first thing I did to my car, then got the Exhaust about a year later. I had no problems. and you will love the new sounds coming out of your car smile

Re: Order of operations... [Re: falkkor] #201930 Jun 19, 12:00pm Jun 19, 12:00pm
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yeah go for Intake then exhaust

Re: Order of operations... [Re: 2kVeilsideGTS] #201931 Jun 19, 7:27pm Jun 19, 7:27pm
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hmmm...ok. How good do you all think the stock exhaust is? Right now, I'd get exhaust and Intake at the same time, but hte problem is $$$$, and not enought of it. frown


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Re: Order of operations... [Re: jyboygenius] #201932 Jun 19, 8:19pm Jun 19, 8:19pm
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get the Intake first, most people do... then save up for your exhaust

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