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TTCMaster Oct 7, 1:15am - #51704 
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How do you install a AEM cold air intake with a by pass valve?

Hey does anybody know how to install a AEM Cold Air Intake, 2nd Gen with a By-pass valve? If you guys got a picture of it, then it would be a lot of help. I got a celi 00' gts manual.
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trdcelica13 Oct 7, 1:25am - #51705 
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The AEM piping should have a mark on it someplace where you have to cut the pipe, i have never done this but this is what i have heard, and it would just go in the place you cut it. If your afraid of messing something up, ask your local shop or let them do it.

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IcEd blUe Oct 7, 1:27am - #51706 

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yep just cut the piping,cutting the pipe is the hardest part, it will probably cost like $30 at a local shop
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Evan Oct 7, 4:11am - #51707 

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Originally Posted by IcEd blUe
yep just cut the piping,cutting the pipe is the hardest part, it will probably cost like $30 at a local shop


could this be done at home with a dremel or no?

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spaztikid Oct 7, 4:50am - #51708 
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yes...just make sure the line is strait so you cut isn't like this / and blow all the shavings out b4 you install.
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TTCMaster Oct 15, 11:33pm - #51709 
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Well I finally got my by-pass valve in. And it only took me like 1 hr to do it.
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Street Prototype Oct 15, 11:35pm - #51710 

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YAY!

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celicaTRDgts Oct 15, 11:40pm - #51711 

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nice thumbsup post some pics

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TTCMaster Oct 23, 12:55am - #51712 
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alrite i post up the pic whenever i get the chance since i'm very busy from school and work. smile
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TTCMaster Nov 9, 8:37pm - #51713 
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hey sorry for the wait. here is the pic.
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TTCMaster Nov 9, 8:37pm - #51714 
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and here another one.
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isaac Nov 9, 9:34pm - #51715 
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That looks excellent - good work thumbsup

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