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tido
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tido Oct 20, 4:55pm - #304780 

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installing Ebay CAI

can some one tell me the post or if you know it, how to install the ebay CAI? i finally got it in today and i want to put it in asap!!! if its the say as any Intake please let me know and send in the right direction!!! thanks guys!!! thumbsup thumbsup
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GOLDCELICA
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GOLDCELICA Oct 20, 5:03pm - #304781 

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Originally Posted by tido
can some one tell me the post or if you know it, how to install the ebay CAI? i finally got it in today and i want to put it in asap!!! if its the say as any Intake please let me know and send in the right direction!!! thanks guys!!! thumbsup thumbsup


INJEN CAI INSTALL

Click the link above it is in the install section. Just incase you need something always check their first. It's pretty much the same thing depends on the design of your Intake and the bending in the pipping. If it's like the AEM you may not need to cut any of the plastic tubing directed to the ECU box. Post a pic of your Intake. thumbsup

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Designer_GTS Oct 21, 3:13am - #304782 
2000 Carbon Blue Toyota Celica
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You are going to have to take the bumper off and cut through some metal by the fender well. I have an ebay CAI but I don't have it installed because I don't have a place to do that kind of work. Good luck on yours. smile
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Blue_Bomber Oct 21, 3:31am - #304783 
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You only need to cut through plastic, not metal.
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