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codealiasJD
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codealiasJD Jul 24, 10:33pm - #30588 
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AEM Short Ram Intake

I've heard a lot about their CAI...but does anyone have anything to say about the Short Ram?


And a picture would be appreciated... thumbsup

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VSGTS14 Jul 25, 3:44am - #30589 

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nah...I haven't seen ANYONE with that Intake...why not just get a Injen?
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generic Jul 25, 3:51am - #30590 
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Originally Posted by VSGTS14
nah...I haven't seen ANYONE with that intake...why not just get a Injen?


i love my Injen on my engine...Short Ram of course thumbsup thumbsup
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homerdudes Jul 25, 4:12am - #30591 
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which is better for automatic (lower rpms) I thought AEM was not sure...

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VSGTS14 Jul 25, 4:26am - #30592 

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Originally Posted by homerdudes
which is better for automatic (lower rpms) I thought AEM was not sure...


I guess so...AEM had good low end power and Injen better with the highs...but just as good with the low.
I think Injen wins both ways.

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01celi Jul 25, 4:33am - #30593 
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most people round here have Injen Intakes as opposed to AEM. me being one of them. go with Injen thumbsup

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Celicamatikka Jul 25, 5:50am - #30594 
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injens are good for autos? and are they safe during the rain?

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Steven Jul 25, 6:33am - #30595 
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In chino, california, you won't have a problem. Just dont drive through bigg ass puddles or lakes.
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codealiasJD Jul 25, 7:23am - #30596 
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do you guys think that all that red will look bad in a blue celi??

i haven't seen a pic of that combo yet..
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VSGTS14 Jul 25, 2:44pm - #30597 

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Originally Posted by codealiasJD
do you guys think that all that red will look bad in a blue celi??

i haven't seen a pic of that combo yet..


I think blue would look a bit better than red...red and blue go together but IMO I don't like red and blue together that much...it's up to you though...
it will look good...get whatever color is going to match your engine bay more.

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