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midnightcruiser
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midnightcruiser Oct 4, 1:30am - #290962 

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catbacks n headers

For those of you that have these on, have you guys ever experienced these parts causing any problems? My chick ordered these and an Intake for my car and im not sure if its ok to slap everything an nor do i know how to install them...
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Blue_Bomber Oct 4, 1:53am - #290963 
2000 Spectra Blue Mica Toyota Celica
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The header is somewhat difficult to install due to the limited space behind the engine, and the catback needs to be welded on. The Intake is easy, though. smile As for problems, the catback will probably attract lots of cops (very limited sound control). If the header is a name brand, it should be fine and perform fine.

The Intake is another story. What brand did she get? Stuff like Weapon R tends to automatically turn on the CEL light. thumbsdown eBay AEM replicas are fine, along with real AEM Intakes. Injens tend to cause excessive bogging on low end pretty often, which can lead to CELs if the bogging gets bad enough.
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