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vcel523
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vcel523 Jan 9, 1:41am - #368714 

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K&N vs. Injen

So, I was looking at K&N's website, and they sell a complete cold air system that can be converted to a Short Ram, just like a TPR! What's the word out on K&N's systems, I already know that the filter's are the best. And how is in comparison to Injen Short Ram and CAI, both in performance and price. THanks guys.
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FloydianSlip6
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FloydianSlip6 Jan 9, 2:25am - #368715 

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I'm not a fan of the Injen I like the AEM myself. my buddy has a K&N, it's a pretty decent Short Ram, gives him some more go and stuff. I haven't seen any dyno numbers on it, so I don't have much to say. Personally I'd go for AEM but since you have a GT there's less reason to speed through low end (get to lift), the GT suffers mostly at high end so for your application I'd say Injen would be pretty good. I don't know if K&N makes a system for the celica, but I do know they make a pretty quality product.
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BadSeed
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BadSeed Jan 9, 2:38am - #368716 
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http://www.knfilterchargers.com/search/product.aspx?Prod=69-8521TR

I had their Short Ram and loved it. I have always wondered about their CAI though
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BadSeed
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BadSeed Jan 9, 2:39am - #368717 
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CAI dyno on gt

http://www.kandn.com/dynocharts/69-8521.jpg

Still thinking about buying the CAI, you can always count on a good product with KN. They dont list a price though
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GTS_Rosh
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GTS_Rosh Jan 9, 3:49am - #368718 

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Does anyone know if the K&N kit has the MAF sensor part of the adapter reduced to 2.5" so the car doesn't bog n throw a CEL?
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BadSeed
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BadSeed Jan 9, 3:55am - #368719 
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hmmm i have no idea, i didnt notice bog with the Short Ram...but then again i have never really experienced it.
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