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XxNavixX
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XxNavixX Aug 4, 4:22am - #32933 
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valve

does anyone know where you can get a air bypass valve for the Injen Race Division CAI? if they even have any...
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Grand-Touring-Dan
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Grand-Touring-Dan Aug 4, 4:24am - #32934 
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Tell me why you want one. You do not need it, it messes up the sound (maybe even performance). Buy a splash guard, do not drive through huge puddles (lakes) and you are fine. thumbsup
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GOLDCELICA Aug 4, 4:24am - #32935 

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Injen doesn't make one for the Celica you can try AEM and modify the Injen pipping.

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celicapimp02 Aug 4, 5:00am - #32936 

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they dont make one for the Injen if you have AEM it will work for that
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XxNavixX
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XxNavixX Aug 4, 5:18am - #32937 
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do they make splash guards for the Injen?
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Grand-Touring-Dan Aug 4, 6:39am - #32938 
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Originally Posted by XxNavixX
do they make splash guards for the injen?


Yes they do thumbsup
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spdemon00 Aug 4, 1:54pm - #32939 
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I know AEM sells valves for 2.5 thru 3.0 inch tubing. I live in FL, and with the daily rains i had to install one. The sound stayed the exact same, and no performance lost that i felt. Check out landspeedracing.com for the valve, its worth it, you don't want to hydrolock
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DaytonaCelica1 Aug 4, 5:26pm - #32940 

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Buy and AEM one, it will work, but you will run into the problem of where to put it: you can put it in the middle of the pipe, no room. you can't put it at the top - MAF is there. and putting it at the bottom of the pipe is a waste of money cause it is at the same hight as the filter. if you just put a splash gaurd on it, then you would have to submerge the entire front end of the car to hurt it really. and if you did this with the ABV on the lower section of the pipe it wouldn't make any difference. also, look in the install section, there is a custom fabricated splash gaurd in there that works just as well if not better than the idea behind the Injen one, and much much cheaper.
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DaytonaCelica1 Aug 4, 5:29pm - #32941 

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spdemon00, where exactly did you put yours on the piping? there is really no room until the last 1' or so, and its sorta worthless there.
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spdemon00 Aug 5, 11:44am - #32942 
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I have the AEM CAI and the only spot was right in front of the MAF sensor. It's tight as hell but AEM gives you whats basically tracing paper on where to cut your pipe. I put that on the straight part of the pipe before the MAF and cut. The valve still won't fit at this time (at least with my experience) and i had to use a dremel to shave about 1/4" of the support arm where it met the pipe. If Injen piping is the same this should work but everyone i know has AEM
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