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whitecharsima
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whitecharsima Sep 9, 4:41am - #43466 
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intake question

i am planning to get a Cold Air Intake soon and i dont know if i should get a Injen or AEM..which one is better and which ones do you guys have
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spaztikid Sep 9, 4:47am - #43467 
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they are about the same but AEM is more showee (not even a word). I have AEM so i'm biased. Linked Image
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NeCelica
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NeCelica Sep 9, 5:11am - #43468 
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I just bought a Injen cold air..i think it work find...also does anybody know the different when you put the air Intake in??? when i start at 3000 rpm at the wheel...the car just jump up...it would not go at all...I even lost the a celica gt too...(i have gts by the way)...I mean you can tell the different in right away w/ the stock and aftermarket air Intake...anyone know the trick after the cold air was install????????...

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spaztikid Sep 9, 6:11am - #43469 
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Originally Posted by NeCelica
I just bought a Injen cold air..i think it work find...also does anybody know the different when you put the air Intake in??? when i start at 3000 rpm at the wheel...the car just jump up...it would not go at all...I even lost the a celica gt too...(i have gts by the way)...I mean you can tell the different in right away w/ the stock and aftermarket air Intake...anyone know the trick after the cold air was install????????...


what?..is your gts auto?..i dont understand the questions.
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IcEd blUe
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IcEd blUe Sep 9, 8:02pm - #43470 

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AEM!! i can finally be one of the people who posts pic of there mods rofl
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SurreyCelicaGT
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SurreyCelicaGT Sep 10, 2:37am - #43471 

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Hey is that a Short Ram or cold air?
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LiLTiggerGa
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LiLTiggerGa Sep 10, 2:45am - #43472 

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its a cold air

also it depends on what you want..
Injen CAI is more for the high end
AEM CAI is for better low end and in my opinion the celi needs more power are low rpms so i got AEM CAI..i like it sounds great and really screams when you hit lift

MEOW!
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celica2kgts Sep 10, 8:58am - #43473 
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Originally Posted by LiLTiggerGa
its a cold air

also it depends on what you want..
Injen CAI is more for the high end
aem cai is for better low end and in my opinion the celi needs more power are low rpms so i got aem cai..i like it sounds great and really screams when you hit lift
HELL YA!!!!
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XxNavixX Sep 10, 8:35pm - #43474 
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I was gonna go for a AEM so i can get the bypass valve to reduce the hydro lock problem but i found out that you cant have a bypass valve on your CAI if you're gonna have a FI system put in. So i might get Injen cos they have a heat/ splash guard. if the guard can fit on a AEM I might get AEM.
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xploit
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xploit Sep 10, 9:38pm - #43475 
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Injen SHIELD WORKS ON AEM!!!! SO YEAH!!! GO AEM ALL THE WAY!!!!!!
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celica2kgts
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celica2kgts Sep 10, 9:40pm - #43476 
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word! thumbsup
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