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Feb 3, 4:31am - #4369 
Short Ram Sounds

I was just wondering if the Short Ram produces the same "sucking" sound, kinda like the CAI. Cuz thats all I really want, since here in Vancouver it gets really wet n stuff so im not too sure if I want the CAI. Thanks.


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Feb 3, 11:03am - #4370 
yea, but dont think it's as loud though. but you can hear it...unless you have an exhaust which is enough to drown it out.

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Feb 4, 11:23pm - #4371 
well a lot of people say the Short Ram is actually louder. i had a Injen Short Ram... and now i have a blitz Short Ram... the blitz makes this pfffffff sucking sound at really high rpm... and the Injen made this really loud droning sound.. the Injen sounded better to me... but i dunno this wannabe turbo sound is tight too. but anyways.. yah i think the Short Ram is louder.


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Feb 5, 12:44am - #4373 
speaking of Intake sounds some faggot in a 'fixed up' civic hatch tried revving on me when he was parked next to me trying to make me think it's turbo or some crap... i just shook my headrolleyes


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Feb 5, 7:20am - #4374 
i have the Short Ram and think it makes a really nice sound. And Yes it does get LOUD

I've never heard a CAI before so I dont know if they sound similar.

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Feb 5, 9:07am - #4375 
The hissing sound comes from the throttle body and the valves going up and down at 43565687435 mph. When you turn your engine off, it goes... "whoooosssshhhhhhhhh" for like 1-2 seconds... thats the valves coming to a stop. So if you can hear that all the way through a long CAI pipe, you'll be sure to hear it through a Short Ram. I think.

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Feb 5, 9:43am - #4376 
Quote:
Originally posted by 02CelicaGuy:
I was just wondering if the short ram produces the same "sucking" sound ...
It makes a beautiful "sucking" sound just like when my girl rice ... nevermind grin

Yes you can hear it through the Short Ram as well

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Feb 5, 12:04pm - #4377 
heheh lol ok thanks for the replies guys rice


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