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Fear Sep 22, 8:09pm - #47038 
2002 Red Toyota Celica GTS
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Installing AEM intake

i was wondering if there any place on this site where it shows you how to install AEM Intake? and also i would like to thank ecelica for sending it so dam fast smile
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VSGTS14 Sep 22, 8:43pm - #47039 

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use the instructions provided with the Intake and the online install guide on Ecelica...
click on "Installs" on the top of this page. tongue

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Immo Sep 22, 8:48pm - #47040 

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http://www.celica-club.co.uk/pages/modifications/stepheng/aem.htm

Where you at?
In europe? Not all celica's have the VSV for CCV
Just plug the nipple on the piping

Good luck
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Blue_Jaggon Sep 22, 9:19pm - #47041 

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I want to get an AEM Intake myself...ive been researching installs and i was curious do you cut the wheel well plastics to fit that or is there others options to fit it b/c wouldn't dirt get into the filter??
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Elkal900 Sep 22, 9:41pm - #47042 

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I slid mine in fine...no cutting needed

and for the installation, there isnt one for the AEM here and the Injen pics look different so I just went by the instructions that came with them...they kinda suck but we eventually got it to work...Good luck
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spaztikid Sep 22, 10:24pm - #47043 
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Originally Posted by Blue_Jaggon
I want to get an aem intake myself...ive been researching installs and i was curious do you cut the wheel well plastics to fit that or is there others options to fit it b/c wouldn't dirt get into the filter??


i cut mine a little bit so there was not pressure from the plastics on the Intake. no big deal.

I also just ripped out my stock airbox and put the CAI in w/o using instructions. I'm impatient.
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Street Prototype Sep 22, 11:05pm - #47044 

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i thought installing aftermarket Intake is hard, their hella easy thumbsup

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eNinja Sep 23, 1:37am - #47045 

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the AEM and Injen installs are identicle except for that the Injen requires cutting original parts and piecing back together with Injen parts. the AEM comes with full replacements and you can keep your stock parts incase you want to go back to stock.
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Fear Sep 23, 4:00am - #47046 
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i guess the instructions it came with are the way to go i was also wondering on the instructions it says that you might have to take the front tire off is that true or can you do it with out having to do that?

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by the way, you definitely want to make sure none of the plastic from the wheelwell is touching your CAI. i got under mine and look and found that it had almost rubbed a hole in two or three places from just that little bit of plastic touching it. i'll post some pics if you want...
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