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SIKZBEEDGTS Oct 4, 7:05pm - #291532 
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This is probably a dumb question. but i still gotta ask...
which is actually better, CAI or SRI, i know that the CAI is supposed to be better but my real question is, would the SRI by Injen bogg? i've seen dynos for the RMM SRI and i wasnt impressed because of all the bogging in the beginning. would the Injen SRI do the same? does anyone have a dyno of a Injen SRI with an exhaust?

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remsports87 Oct 4, 9:50pm - #291533 
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There have been people that have complained about their SR's because they bog from the engine heat. Go for the CAI its the best gains and get AEM because youlll get low end power which the celicas need more and if your worried about hydro tape the holes in the fenders with black tape lots of people do and it works perfectly thumbsup

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Blue_Bomber Oct 4, 10:33pm - #291534 
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CAIs are much, much better. TPR is the most powerful overall and is the only Intake that has zero reliability problems. AEM has the second best low end, but the least top end. Injen has the best top end, but actually loses low end (less than stock frown ). Both AEM and Injen tend to cause bogging (sometimes even CELs), Injen being much more likely. If you're looking for a cheap CAI alternative, pick up one of the eBay ones. They're just about exact replicas of AEM, the only difference being the color and filter, and only cost $50.

If you want the best money can buy, though, get TPR CAI ($180). All of the advantages listed above, plus solid stainless steel construction, adjustable mounting bracket, the best K&N filter out there, and can convert into an SRI if you're afraid of hydrolocking.
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SIKZBEEDGTS Oct 5, 9:02pm - #291535 
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where can i get tpr?

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Blue_Bomber Oct 5, 10:53pm - #291536 
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PM Easy_C. He sells them directly (also owns TPR smile ).
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Easy_C Oct 6, 1:07am - #291537 
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TPR Intake! - Injens high end with AEM's low end and NO BOGGING!
TPR EXHAUST! - Exhaust made 10.5 whp peak and 32 whp at 6300 on my car!!!
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SIKZBEEDGTS Oct 6, 1:13am - #291538 
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dude hook me up with one

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