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short ram intake #348081 Dec 9, 10:30pm Dec 9, 10:30pm
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ok i am thinking about gettin a Short Ram Intake for 01 celica? but i am worry if they are gonna to bog or getting cel. do all the Intake bog or just the Injen CAI

Re: short ram intake [Re: Celica_Zheng] #348082 Dec 9, 10:49pm Dec 9, 10:49pm
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I have an Injen Short Ram and I haven't had a CEL. I've had it for about 4-5 months now.


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Re: short ram intake [Re: JAY-C] #348083 Dec 9, 11:01pm Dec 9, 11:01pm
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the best short rams (SRI's) for the celica are the Injen and rmm, you shouldn't have a problem if done correctly. sometimes it necessary to reset your ecu (unplug your negative battery terminal for about 5 or so minutes) to get the settings to readjust but that should be all.

also, off topic but worth talking about: if you buy either the Injen or rmm SRI's...look into buying the heatshields for them. they're dyno proven to give an extra horse or so which considerring the whole Intake is only going to give you 2-3 whp it's worth it thumbsup

Re: short ram intake [Re: Speed4TheNeed] #348084 Dec 10, 1:28pm Dec 10, 1:28pm
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love my Injen SR, no cel yet, had it for about 6-7 months


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Re: short ram intake [Re: Speed4TheNeed] #348085 Dec 10, 1:32pm Dec 10, 1:32pm
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Originally Posted by Speed4TheNeed
the best short rams (SRI's) for the celica are the Injen and rmm, you shouldn't have a problem if done correctly. sometimes it necessary to reset your ecu (unplug your negative battery terminal for about 5 or so minutes) to get the settings to readjust but that should be all.

also, off topic but worth talking about: if you buy either the Injen or rmm SRI's...look into buying the heatshields for them. they're dyno proven to give an extra horse or so which considerring the whole Intake is only going to give you 2-3 whp it's worth it thumbsup


Give you a horsepower? spineyes You mean lose a horsepower. The same dyno will vary by around a horsepower (or more) each time.


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Re: short ram intake [Re: SLVCELI] #348086 Dec 10, 4:49pm Dec 10, 4:49pm
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He's referring to before heatshield/after heatshield.

I've also seen a review of Intake temps that showed it can help lower Intake temps.

Re: short ram intake [Re: renfield90] #348087 Dec 10, 5:24pm Dec 10, 5:24pm
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Re: short ram intake [Re: SLVCELI] #348088 Dec 10, 5:27pm Dec 10, 5:27pm
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Re: short ram intake [Re: Polykarb] #348089 Dec 10, 6:04pm Dec 10, 6:04pm
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Originally Posted by SLVCELI
Originally Posted by renfield90
He's referring to before heatshield/after heatshield.

I've also seen a review of intake temps that showed it can help lower intake temps.


I know, if you guys say so. I have heard so many things about how the heatshield lost horsepower but you sound like you know something I dont.


Yeah, here's my source:

https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthreads/thread.f0_93066_0_collapsed_5__1.html#93066

Pay attention to "Short Ram" and "Short Ram with custom heatshield".

Re: short ram intake [Re: renfield90] #348090 Dec 10, 10:39pm Dec 10, 10:39pm
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Also do they bog at all

Re: short ram intake [Re: Celica_Zheng] #348091 Dec 10, 10:49pm Dec 10, 10:49pm
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most will..to some extends..but from wat i've heard/read, TPR will not bog..since you don't need to worry about CARB approved, you betta off buying the TPR..it's a CAI and SR in one..it's convertable..plus it's only $185+shipping..make sure you check on that b4 choosing which Intake to buy..u can find out more info about it by contacting Easy_C ..he sells them..


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Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
Re: short ram intake [Re: celicafourotwo] #348092 Dec 10, 11:37pm Dec 10, 11:37pm
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got Injen SRI since june, never had a problem...

Re: short ram intake [Re: ragingpaseo] #348093 Dec 12, 9:30pm Dec 12, 9:30pm
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I have an RMM w/ heatsheild. Never bogs, no seeming loss in power. sounds awsome, and look spiffy. check profile.

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