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EuRoBoYGT Sep 19, 2:58am - #278821 

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quick question

do i need this pipes for the Intake
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EuRoBoYGT Sep 19, 2:59am - #278822 

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as you can kind of see i don't have the pipes they connect to the ecu box
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EuRoBoYGT Sep 19, 3:00am - #278823 

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do those pipes serve any purpose or can i leave them out

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EuRoBoYGT Sep 19, 3:21am - #278824 

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bump so does anyone know confused

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GTSHYPR Sep 19, 3:27am - #278825 
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Those pipes are already on your car.
I think what you have to do is cut them and then use the Injen pieces to make them a little longer.

So to answer your question yes you need them

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EuRoBoYGT Sep 19, 3:32am - #278826 

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well i have the AEM Intake and had a shop install it and they left those pipes out they seem pointless to have

acutally you cut them to make them shoter thumbsup

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GOLDCELICA Sep 19, 3:33am - #278827 

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I've seen people with Turbo applications remove them or Intakes that got in the way. I don't see why it will hurt your car if you remove them. I'd keep them on as much as possible.

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EuRoBoYGT Sep 19, 3:45am - #278828 

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yeah i put it on but i just wanted to know if it served any purpose

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VSGTS14 Sep 19, 5:15am - #278829 

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i think they are there for a reason
hence, the reason you should keep them on
to keep the ecu cool

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sxyimports125 Sep 19, 6:12am - #278830 

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Dude, leave them on thumbsup
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EuRoBoYGT Sep 19, 9:06am - #278831 

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yeah i put it on


so know one knows there real purpose they serve

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Elec-FuYu Sep 19, 9:08am - #278832 
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to cool the ecu, as Billy said ealier in the post.

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Sarge03 Sep 19, 3:11pm - #278833 

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The hose that's connected to it connects to the radiator it just sends cool air to the ECU... I kept mine and would reccomend you keep it on considering where the ECU sits in the celica.
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Unofly Sep 19, 4:22pm - #278834 
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Well its definetly important to keep the longer one. I couldnt of installed my AEM Intake without it. The shorter one is already there on the celica, so I just used the stock one and through the small one at my friend.
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Virgilson Sep 20, 4:02am - #278835 

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Haulin_A_Doo Sep 20, 4:07am - #278836 
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Yah, they supply your ECU with cool fresh air. Good idea to keep them. thumbsup
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