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AEM cai #422018 Mar 21, 5:59am Mar 21, 5:59am
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Whats the difference between AEM CAI gen1 and gen2?
How can someone distinguish the two by just looking??

Re: AEM cai [Re: Viper] #422019 Mar 21, 6:04am Mar 21, 6:04am
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Re: AEM cai [Re: Marlyman] #422020 Mar 21, 6:17am Mar 21, 6:17am
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i found 1 post about that talking about bypass valves but nothing about the look of the two... when you buy one how can you tell if its 1st or 2nd gen?

Re: AEM cai [Re: Viper] #422021 Mar 21, 8:30am Mar 21, 8:30am
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basically its the same thing...but the 1st gen Intake didn't come with a C.A.R.B. sticker.

Re: AEM cai [Re: Virgilson] #422022 Mar 21, 8:42am Mar 21, 8:42am
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GEN 2 also has the MAF mount in a different location


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Re: AEM cai [Re: speedducky] #422023 Mar 21, 6:03pm Mar 21, 6:03pm
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GEN 2 is a bitch when you want to clean the MAF. You have to take the whole Intake out.

Re: AEM cai [Re: amtemp] #422024 Mar 22, 12:54am Mar 22, 12:54am
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Maf placement is facing the inside of the car on a gen 2. also the gen 2 has a carb sticker.

thats the easiest ways to tell.

I'd post a pic using mine but I choped off the end and re-welded the maf holder on so that it wasnt such a pita to clean the maf lol


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Re: AEM cai [Re: Lucky_317] #422025 Mar 25, 1:40pm Mar 25, 1:40pm
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ok, thanks guys.

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