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Jun 27, 8:57pm - #209960 
AEM & Injen VS TPR

Just installed my TPR on my GT, i think im the first GT to get one. I must say I have owned An AEM, Injen, both of these have good qualities. But both lack in either high end or low end. Not to mention THe CEL, would come on frequently. I wish i would of waited and bought the cheapest CAI on the market. The TPR, may be the lowest price but its Performance is worth its weight in gold.

I have been driving with it on for a little while now i finally got pics. I noticed a BIG difference because i had and Injen on. I can't wait to see how this Intake acts with DC headers and the Power FC. I have great expectations. Oh ya and NO CEL WOO HOOO!
I know i need to clean up my engine bay a little, and i didn't bother putting the mounting bracket on because you don't need it, its firm.
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Jun 27, 9:00pm - #209961 
thumbsup


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Jun 27, 9:06pm - #209962 
nice, i still havent decided what i want to get yet, where did you buy yours?

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Jun 27, 9:07pm - #209963 
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Jun 27, 9:10pm - #209964 
Originally Posted by vondutchguy
nice, i still havent decided what i want to get yet, where did you buy yours?


get the TPR, you have to order through easy_c or check there website out... but i forgot the address to their store since their main page is still under construction

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Jun 27, 9:18pm - #209965 
glad you're getting positive results...

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Jun 27, 9:36pm - #209966 
i want this Intake but its not carb legal plus i got my money going all over the place

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Jun 27, 9:39pm - #209967 
thumbsupLooks nice, congrats.
But I'm still not convinced. Sorry.

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Jun 27, 11:23pm - #209968 
For GT sure. For those who don't mind not being CARB go for it. But for GTS AEM rules. thumbsup

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Jun 27, 11:33pm - #209969 
^^ I second that.. but for the GT grin

If the TPR was carb approved I'd give it a shot and if it had to cost a little more to be carb approved I still say it be better than having to deal with not being legal tongue

but good to hear your having good results..

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Jun 28, 1:31am - #209970 
hahahaha i would just put an AEM sticker on it.

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Jun 28, 6:23am - #209971 
TPR and DC header... thumbsup

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Jun 28, 7:58am - #209972 
Originally Posted by Tru_gts
For GT sure. For those who don't mind not being CARB go for it. But for GTS AEM rules. thumbsup


Actually, the TPR CAI beats the AEM CAI on a GTS. Similar low end, superior midrange (especially at lift), and better high end. Besides the fact that there is NO BOGGING WHATSOEVER, which is something you can't say about any aftermarket Intake that has ever been released for this car. wink

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Originally Posted by FloydianSlip6
thumbsupLooks nice, congrats.
But I'm still not convinced. Sorry.


The results are very positive on a GTS, and SleeprGT agrees that the TPR CAI feels much better than AEM and Injen on a GT. The lack of a CEL or bogging should be the most important fact, since Intakes don't make much power on GTs.

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Jun 28, 8:21am - #209973 
thumbsuplooks good

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Jun 28, 8:25am - #209974 
lol when will the admins make this a sticky like the other AEM vs Injen. wink wink


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Jun 28, 8:29am - #209975 
I think I might be getting mine soon ^^ *wink *wink ^^ wave


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Jun 28, 8:34am - #209976 
I just find it hard to believe. No offense Easy_C, I wish I knew someone with it so I could see it in person. Good luck with it all. It does look nice in the engine bay I must say.

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Jun 28, 8:36am - #209977 
Well, the dynos for the GT that EasyC put out were unimpressive. It's good to hear you can feel the difference and it sounds good though. smile

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Jun 28, 9:01am - #209978 
The GT i dynoed ran wayy too rich (even with the stock box it was down to like 12.5 ish.) so im gonna dyno another GT.

Floydian, I live in MASS, you can come look at it anytime you want, hell, i'll let you take it for a drive on your car wink


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Jun 28, 9:55am - #209979 
how come it looks like the one with AEM hits lift and bogs down and the tpr doesnt? just curious

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Jun 28, 10:28am - #209980 
i'm going to mod my AEM and see how that works

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Jun 28, 10:29am - #209981 
oh, whats that little blue filter in the picture?

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Jun 28, 10:35am - #209982 
Originally Posted by Easy_C
The GT i dynoed ran wayy too rich (even with the stock box it was down to like 12.5 ish.) so im gonna dyno another GT.


Ah, that's right. I remember you mentioning that now. Once you get another one done let me know (easiest way ic on tc.com) and I may be in the market for a new one depending on the results. grin

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Jun 28, 10:43am - #209983 
can i see another independent dyno? for both gt and gts i just want to compare. grin


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Jun 28, 11:42am - #209984 
heres a simple summary

TPR -
pros: good low end and high end, good price
cons: not carb exempt, not enough reputation

AEM -
pros: good low end, reputation, carb exempt
cons: price higher, high end is lil weak, lift lag*, CEL light Sometimes

Injen -
pros: good high end, reputation, carb exempt
cons: price higher, low end boggin, CEL Light Sometimes, lift lag*

*(lift lag - drop in power, look at dynos)

i personally like TPR and AEM

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Jun 28, 11:46am - #209985 
to make an Intake is not just sticking an aluminum tube and a filter in your car. people have to think about sizing, tube shape for air travel, air flow and turbulence..etc. being carb excempt takes time and money (around 2 months of testing and $6000).TPR is a new company and from what i have seen they have done a lot of research and didn't settle for a cookie cutter Intake...just showing that they implemented "fins" for correct and optimum air flow shows how much testing and knowledge they have...plus they already have dynos that prove it's effectiveness...


Originally posted by SKOOF:
yoru such a clown, i wish you lived in nyc, i would love to just give you the beating that youve probably never gotten in your life.
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Jun 28, 11:53am - #209986 
where in mass you live? I might take you up on that in a few weeks when I get a day off

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Jun 28, 11:53am - #209987 
2kVeilsideGTS: The fins are responsible for the better lift engagement.

Larry_GTS: We replaced the tube that comes off the Intake for the charcoal canister feed with a breather filter to allow uninterrupted airflow through the Intake.

truboo: You mean you want me to post the other two runs i made with the TPR???

great summary ravertony. thank you CT


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Jun 28, 11:57am - #209988 
Originally Posted by Easy_C
2kVeilsideGTS: The fins are responsible for the better lift engagement.

Larry_GTS: We replaced the tube that comes off the Intake for the charcoal canister feed with a breather filter to allow uninterrupted airflow through the Intake.

truboo: You mean you want me to post the other two runs i made with the TPR???

great summary ravertony. thank you CT


hey man, have you ever considered making Intakes for the honda boys? because there have been a lot of complaints from them how AEM USED to make Intakes that were well designed but now just don't make them the way they used to (something about regulating turbulence and airflow better).


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yoru such a clown, i wish you lived in nyc, i would love to just give you the beating that youve probably never gotten in your life.
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Jun 28, 2:10pm - #209989 
TPR has started working on hondas, We have a Short Ram for the 3rd gen accord and have plans for a CAI for them as well. With the profits from the Intakes and exhausts for the celica, im goin to buy my own mandrel bender so i can design stuff much easier instead of out sourcing the current bending to my machinist

floydian, im in lowell


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Jun 28, 2:38pm - #209990 
you're forgetting the K&N Typhoon Intake. I have one, and it's great. CARB exempt and sounds and performs great.

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Jun 28, 3:02pm - #209991 
The Breather tube goes on the little black thing that used to plug into my old Intake.


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Jun 28, 3:13pm - #209992 
The charcoal canister feed that comes out from underneath the fuse box has an actuator that hooks up to it. On AEM and Injen, this is the actuator that hooks up to the tube that comes off the Intake. We replaced that tube with a Breather Filter to allow uninterrupted airflow through the Intake tube.


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Jun 28, 3:22pm - #209993 
AEM is the Best... Try it out.. thumbsup

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Jun 28, 10:03pm - #209994 
ive tried AEM, it is by far not the "best", then again it is better than the Injen as far as driveability is concerned


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TPR EXHAUST! - Exhaust made 10.5 whp peak and 32 whp at 6300 on my car!!!
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Jun 28, 10:10pm - #209995 
AEM and Injen BLOW, If you haven't Had all THREE Intakes! then you don't know Period. Anyone in pittsburgh here that wants to see my Intake, just let me know.

Have fun with your CEL

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Jun 28, 10:23pm - #209996 
I'm interested in TPR because it has correct MAF environment dimensions and fins. Celica's MAF and ECM are calibrated to detect and calculate air flow thru a 2.5 inch opening with fins.

Both AEM and Injen place the MAF in a 2.75 inch finless tube environment which throws off the MAF readings, thus the CELs and bogs.

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Jun 29, 12:40am - #209997 
Originally Posted by Easy_C
2kVeilsideGTS: The fins are responsible for the better lift engagement.

Larry_GTS: We replaced the tube that comes off the Intake for the charcoal canister feed with a breather filter to allow uninterrupted airflow through the Intake.

truboo: You mean you want me to post the other two runs i made with the TPR???

great summary ravertony. thank you CT


yeah it would be greatly helpful for me thanks. grin do you have a dyno for the gt and gts?


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Jun 29, 3:56am - #209998 
so where can i get the tpr Intake ?


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Jun 29, 7:22am - #209999 
You can order thru paypal or money order by pm-ing me, i have a second batch goin to the powdercoater sometime next week.

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Jun 29, 8:09am - #210000 
I think its a very cool idea which is why I ordered one wave

I will be posting my own version of the dynos including with and w/o pfc thumbsup


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Jun 29, 9:34am - #210001 
its almost july!!! i will be ordering mine soon, i cant wait to get a hold of the TPR thumbsup thumbsup hey easy i have a question, in the pic was the TPR logo accidently placed in the wrong place cause its being covered confused

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Jun 29, 11:09am - #210002 
what's the size of that air breather?? i've seen those at autopart but look quite large..


Originally Posted by pesho01
Question:
Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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Jun 29, 11:20am - #210003 
No its in the right spot, I am goin to be updating the install instructions for this soon to relocate that actuator to below the pipe smile.

the breather is about 1-2 inches long and about 1.5 inches wide


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Jun 29, 11:22am - #210004 
do you think it's the 9mm inlet breather??
what brand or where did you buy it from??


Originally Posted by pesho01
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Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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Jun 29, 11:23am - #210005 
is the breather included?

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Jun 29, 11:35am - #210006 
easy_c in the pic was the TPR logo accidently placed in the wrong place?? cause its being covered confused confused

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Jun 29, 11:44am - #210007 
easy_c when enough profit comes in can you get it CARB approved confused happywink


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Jun 29, 12:45pm - #210008 
I will greatly consider getting it carb approved when i have enough profit, of course my own mandrel bender comes first (as that will generate more profit), but i still have you legal conscience cali guys in mind smile


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Jun 29, 12:46pm - #210009 
Originally Posted by Easy_C
but i still have you legal conscience cali guys in mind smile


sweet thumbsup...cuz the "safety partol" here is getting more ruthless by the minute... thumbsdown


Originally posted by SKOOF:
yoru such a clown, i wish you lived in nyc, i would love to just give you the beating that youve probably never gotten in your life.
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