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Celica_Zheng Jan 31, 5:35am - #388438 
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how to install BBmod on injen shortram

someone please tell me where to cut on the pipe and how to install them.
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gtsdohcvvtli Jan 31, 5:45am - #388439 
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you want to put the MAF housing between the lines. after the bend from the throttle but before the curve to the filter. use a coupler, like for intercooler piping, to attach the housing to the Intake assembly. your definatley gonna need to trim the coupler- too much will throw of the fit of the Intake in the engine bay. you just want to replace the section of the piping and still retain the overall dimesions ( length and width fromm a 2D looking down view)
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Celica_Zheng Jan 31, 6:13am - #388440 
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do you just cut enough so that the mafs housing fit between the pipe?
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gtsdohcvvtli Jan 31, 6:18am - #388441 
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yup, if the length of the housing is about say 4 inches, then cut 4 inches of piping bewtween the 2 lines (want to be the straightest part on the tube) out and replace the cut section with the MAF housing. Use couplers to hold it in place ( like the ones used on intercooler piping). you might have to trim the cupplers so it can be a perfect fit.
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Celica_Zheng Jan 31, 6:27am - #388442 
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thanks for the advice. going to do that when i get my Intake. also will you gain more hp after you do the bbmod compair to regular Injen Intake and is the bbmod same diameter as the pipe
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vcel523 Jan 31, 6:35am - #388443 

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what does this mod do, I've always been wondering.
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gtsdohcvvtli Jan 31, 7:19am - #388444 
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u might it hasnt been dyno'd but it does help with track times and driveability
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gtsdohcvvtli Jan 31, 7:21am - #388445 
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For Blue Bombers CAI modification, goto:


http://www . new celica . org/

click on 'installs' on the top banner
click on 'engine/performance'
click on 'Hot Topic: INSTALL: PERFECT CAI (Hybrid Aftermarket Intake/Stock Airbox
Mod)' 12th from the bottom

theres no spaces for the web address. I guess you cant type in there address or name for any replys in this site. That sucks. Both sites have real good info, why do people have to hate?
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grcelica Feb 2, 4:43am - #388446 

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wow...this is the first I've heard of this. I am going to do it. What an awesome idea!
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hombredelassrtas Feb 2, 6:53am - #388447 

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search bluebomber mod on ecelica and get a bunch of threads about it. ITs deff a good thing for anyone withotu a tpr Intake. No bogging ot CELS thumbsup

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