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Magnus
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2001 Volskwagon Golf GTi

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Reykjavik, Iceland
Jul 10, 6:21am - #26467 
Injen filter, White dials, some more

What is the best place to buy thoose things? I have a Celica GT 00

Do you think that the Injen Short Ram filter or the Injen CAI is better for my car? I mean i live in Iceland, its rains sometimes and its snow in the winter.

I also need white dials. With Kmh.

And im thinking of getting a exhaust too. What wuld be ideal for my car?

What place is best to get thoose things from? And i need it shipped to iceland smile Or well, or to florida. I can pick it up there.

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Gen7fan
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2003 silver streak Toyota Celica GT
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Jul 10, 7:50am - #26468 

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trog2233
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Jul 10, 11:33am - #26469 
Yea if you find a good place to get an Injen replacement filter let me know too please..

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isaac
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Jul 10, 3:10pm - #26470 
why don't you guys just recharge your current filter - thats what it's made for... you can find the recharger kit at any pepboys/autozone for about $10, located near their filters and fluids.

Or if you don't feel like spending 30 minutes to recharge your current filters, just buy a new one for $45 from the same locations i just mentioned.

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Filter Cleaning System

PERFORMANCE INSURANCE! When used properly and at regularly scheduled intervals, Filter Cleaning System will ensure that your filter element lasts for the life of your vehicle.

Key Features:
>>Developed specifically for AEM filter elements
>>Environmentally friendly
>>Cleaning solution comes in convenient trigger-pump bottle

Service your filter element with the Filter Cleaning System at least every 50,000 miles or 30 months to maintain optimum performance. We recommend that filter elements be serviced every 25,000 miles or 15 months on off-road and high-performance street applications. If you live in a region with extremely fine dust (arid or desert climates for example, follow the recommended schedule for off-road and high-performance vehicles. Always inspect your filter element whenever you change your oil.


Directions...
First you need to get the cleaner and oil.

1. Take your filter out.
2. Shake it to loosen the dirt.
3. Use a soft brush and brush off as much dirt as you can.
4. Apply the cleaner and let it soak for about 10 min.
5. Hose off the cleaner (rinse)
6. Let the filter air dry.
7. apply the oil.
8. put the filter back on your car.



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Magnus
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Jul 11, 3:26am - #26471 
And also, Where can i get the Lambo hinges for a Low price? grin

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