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chinoboistyle
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Jan 17, 5:30pm - #376624 
bypass valve

alrite.. right now im puttin on my AEM bypass valve but im really not sure where to put it.. i saw sum pixs n seen that people put it near the relay thing.. but then i have the AEM logo rite there n i think itll look funny if it goes there.. so now im pretty much cofused where i should put it.. n do i just put it over the Intake w/o doin nething else to it.. it seems all weird because i dunno how thats gonna stop hydro lock if the installation is like that.. also i got the AEM pulley kit.. im not sure if i should install it r return it.. because it looks kinda hard for me to do because i dont have that much experience w/ cars.. is it easy n how long did it take if sum1 did it..

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Jan 17, 5:37pm - #376625 
your soppost to take the AEM logo off..

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chinoboistyle
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Jan 17, 5:40pm - #376626 
oOoOo aite thanx.. n i dont gotta do ne adjustments to it after that.. just slide it through n clamp it n thats all?!?

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Jan 17, 5:50pm - #376627 
... you have to cut the Intake pipe

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chinoboistyle
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Jan 17, 5:59pm - #376628 
aww man.. i just found that out right now!! =/ where do i gotta cut it at?!?

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Jan 17, 6:01pm - #376629 
your AEM bypass valve didn't come w/ instructions?? confused

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chinoboistyle
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Jan 17, 6:08pm - #376630 
no.. it didnt.. =/ i dunno y

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Jan 17, 9:32pm - #376631 
the bypass valve dosent work in our cars..the piping for the CAI is too short and the water would just suck right pass the valve itself and run into your motor anyways...but since you bought it anyways and want to out it in..if you dont want to cut your Intake you can put it in between the mainfold and the Intake pipe..i did this in the beggining when i 1st got my celica..make sure you tighten it well (but not too tight otherwires the bypass valve will break (happened to me too) frown


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