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SIKZBEEDGTS
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SIKZBEEDGTS Nov 1, 9:35pm - #315225 
2000 silver Toyota Celica
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ANYBODY KNOW?

Anyone know the difference between a RMM shortram Intake and the Injen Shortram Intake, both for a GTS.
Any dynos on both. i cant seem to find any.

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Chaz
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Chaz Nov 1, 9:48pm - #315226 
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There really isn't any performance difference. They're just different brands and the rmm comes with a heat shield while the Injen doesn't.

I just ordered the Injen SRI from this site last week thumbsup

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hombredelassrtas
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hombredelassrtas Nov 1, 10:47pm - #315227 

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same thing. I have a rmm, check profile. i painted it and covered the head shield with carbon fiber. I like hte rmm heatshield better then ingen becaue it covers more, but ingen looks more stylish. Up to you bro. PS i think its same with all sr's but i lvoe the sound of short rams at high RPM's, you wont regret it.

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silver Nov 2, 12:24am - #315228 
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Just pick one. They're 99.999999999999% exactly alike.
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