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02celicagts
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02celicagts Nov 5, 3:38pm - #318721 
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AEM Vs. Injen

I know this have been discussed before, but whats better in terms of CAI, AEM or Injen?...whats the gains?
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amtemp
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amtemp Nov 5, 3:41pm - #318722 

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Injen = high end gain
AEM = low end gain
I think..
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speedducky Nov 5, 4:00pm - #318723 

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Originally Posted by amtemp
Injen = high end gain
AEM = low end gain
I think..


I agree it just depend which type of gain your looking for.

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ArumnDark Nov 5, 4:00pm - #318724 
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That's about it.
Both tend to bog a bit at the low low RPMs (3,500 for my AEM).

And of course it will be brought up that TPR gives better gains all 'round with minimal bogging, but is not CARB legal.

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Easy_C Nov 5, 4:09pm - #318725 
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Injen gains high end, loses low end
AEM gains low, not as much as high
TPR gains high and low

CARB only applies to CA...hes in RI.

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Marlyman
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Marlyman Nov 5, 4:16pm - #318726 

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I have an AEM on my cleica and i got a huge gain ( 12 hp ). Mind you it is a Japanese model and the AEM setup is different for my model. thumbsup
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VSGTS14 Nov 5, 4:59pm - #318727 

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i say everyone wait till TPR gets their shit goin, then you can decide.
i'm just going to wait and get other things and put a new Intake aside.

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Blue_Bomber Nov 6, 3:26am - #318728 
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Originally Posted by ArumnDark
And of course it will be brought up that TPR gives better gains all 'round with minimal bogging
TPR causes NO bogging or CELs at all. That was the whole point of the design. wink
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SleeprGT Nov 6, 8:19am - #318729 
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I love my TPR Intake,
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iggy Nov 6, 8:53am - #318730 
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Originally Posted by VSGTS14
i say everyone wait till TPR gets their shit goin, then you can decide.
i'm just going to wait and get other things and put a new intake aside.


Me 2, got to have it thumbsup

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