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NeCelica
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NeCelica Sep 9, 6:24am - #43501 
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hore power lost w/ intake?

I just install a Injen Cold Air Intake...last week i take it out and run w/ a toyota celica gt and 01 eclipse v4 not v6.(i have GTS) ...i start at 3000 rpm...all sundenly the car shake for about 3sec then it took off...by then the gt and the eclipse pass about 3 car ahead already...does anybody know what the trick after the air Intake is being installl...i mean you can tell a different of taking off w/ a stock Intake and aftermarket...i was so mad that i lost to a gt and v4 eclipse...it seem like it lost horsepower right there...at 3000 rpm...oh...yeah does AEM pulley help any horse or anything like that...gave me a hoolllaaaa pppl...thanks


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spaztikid
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spaztikid Sep 9, 6:26am - #43502 
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is it manual or auto, if its stick you need to learn to drive your car b4 you race it. its impossible to lose horsepower with the CAI.

hehe hore power...and another thing there's no such thing as a v4. they are all inline 4's grin
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Grand-Touring-Dan
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Grand-Touring-Dan Sep 9, 7:09am - #43503 
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It sounds like you messed up your launch.
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Elec-FuYu
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Elec-FuYu Sep 9, 7:11am - #43504 
2003 Silver Toyota Celica
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Originally Posted by Grand-Touring-Dan
It sounds like you messed up your launch.

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