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bluedragon32k
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Jan 2, 10:44am - #363871 
intake for GT

dont wanna sound stupid but what is the differnce between a Cold Air Intake and a Short Ram Intake, and which brand is better, AEM or Injen?

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Jan 2, 1:57pm - #363872 
Cold air goes into your wheel well, and Short Ram will sit right behind your headlight i think. AEM is better imo, but AEM doesnt make a Short Ram for our cars yet.


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Jan 2, 2:03pm - #363873 
I think the AEM is better too, and I wouldnt even bother trying to get a Short Ram. Get a cold air. thumbsup

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