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booyaolian Oct 15, 4:51am - #53196 
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2000-up Toyota Celica Blitz SUS Intake

sup!!!

As to 2000-up Toyota Celica Blitz SUS Intake, is it a short

ram or a C.A.I.?

how is its performance?

quality? anybody knows?

Injen Short Ram and this, which one performs better?

i really like it tho!!!

here is the picture of it

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is it just a filter? it looks like tho in the picture

i feel sorry to ask some many dumb questions...but i really

need help from you guys!!!

it is just that i feel that my GT runs slow...i am thinking

to get a HOTSHOT header & an Intake

THX in advance



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silver Oct 15, 5:59am - #53197 
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its a very very very Short Ram. its basically a small plastic pipe the is like 2 inches long. its curved toward the lower right (looking at the engine) wheel. the filter is faced horizontal, facing towards the front of the car. BTW the filter is bigger then most others.

i think that the Injen is better simpley because it is made out of metal and not plastic, it comes in different colors, and the pipe is longer (longer pipe = better performance).

get the hotshot header and an Injen shortram. thumbsup
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chameleon Oct 15, 3:42pm - #53198 

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I'm pretty sure that the SUS is going to out perform the Injen due to the filter design.

The SUS is unique because it use a perforated stainless steel mesh while the Injen is the same paper style filtration found on all aftermarket Intakes. The perf mesh allows for super un restrictive air flow at the expense of some filtering ability.

Pipe diameter and shape will affect the performance of the Intake, but I don't think that length really comes into play much. Saying that the Injen Short Ram will make more power because it's pipe is a little longer is probably inaccurate. I am very confident, however, that the SUS will make more power than the Injen due to the un restrictive filter design.

If you are going for a Short Ram, the SUS will probably out perform any thing else on the market. The only down side is the poor filtering quality.

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Satoshi Oct 15, 3:50pm - #53199 
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glitch Oct 15, 4:43pm - #53200 
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i've read somewhere that the longer the Intake runners are, the more low end torque. not the Intake pipe.

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booyaolian Oct 15, 6:38pm - #53201 
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Originally Posted by chameleon

I'm pretty sure that the SUS is going to out perform the Injen due to the filter design.

The SUS is unique because it use a perforated stainless steel mesh while the Injen is the same paper style filtration found on all aftermarket Intakes. The perf mesh allows for super un restrictive air flow at the expense of some filtering ability.

Pipe diameter and shape will affect the performance of the Intake, but I don't think that length really comes into play much. Saying that the Injen Short Ram will make more power because it's pipe is a little longer is probably inaccurate. I am very confident, however, that the SUS will make more power than the Injen due to the un restrictive filter design.

If you are going for a Short Ram, the SUS will probably out perform any thing else on the market. The only down side is the poor filtering quality.




how is the poor filtering quality affect the performance? or does the poor filtering quality matter?

why everybody chose Injen over Blitz if Blitz performs better than Injen like you just said?

can anybody clear this up for me? thx!!!

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chameleon Oct 15, 6:52pm - #53202 

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The poor filtering does not affect the performance level of the car. It may have an effect on the longevity of the engine because the stainless perf filter sucks up dirt that a K&N style filter would not.

This could be part of the reason that people choose the Injen Short Ram over the Blitz SUS Short Ram. The main reason is probably the cost. The Blitz is a lot more than the Injen because of the stainless steel filter and the fact that it is a JDM item that needs to be imported into the USA.

I have the Blitz SUS on my car. smile
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booyaolian Oct 15, 6:57pm - #53203 
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Originally Posted by chameleon

The poor filtering does not affect the performance level of the car. It may have an effect on the longevity of the engine because the stainless perf filter sucks up dirt that a K&N style filter would not.

This could be part of the reason that people choose the Injen Short Ram over the Blitz SUS Short Ram. The main reason is probably the cost. The Blitz is a lot more than the Injen because of the stainless steel filter and the fact that it is a JDM item that needs to be imported into the USA.

I have the Blitz SUS on my car. smile



is there a way to improve the filtering?
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Gen7fan Oct 15, 8:10pm - #53204 
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you could mabe replace the filter with a size matched K&N, but then you might as well buy the K&N Short Ram.

BTW the SUS says its for the GTS only...
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IcEd blUe Oct 15, 8:18pm - #53205 

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go for it! i think its pretty cool! but Cold Air Intake is more of my thing
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booyaolian Oct 15, 9:48pm - #53206 
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Originally Posted by Gen7fan
you could mabe replace the filter with a size matched K&N, but then you might as well buy the K&N Short Ram.

BTW the SUS says its for the GTS only...


how come Kim has it then?

he owns a GT
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silver Oct 15, 9:50pm - #53207 
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Originally Posted by chameleon
I'm pretty sure that the SUS is going to out perform the Injen due to the filter design.

The SUS is unique because it use a perforated stainless steel mesh while the Injen is the same paper style filtration found on all aftermarket Intakes. The perf mesh allows for super un restrictive air flow at the expense of some filtering ability.

Pipe diameter and shape will affect the performance of the Intake, but I don't think that length really comes into play much. Saying that the Injen Short Ram will make more power because it's pipe is a little longer is probably inaccurate. I am very confident, however, that the SUS will make more power than the Injen due to the un restrictive filter design.

If you are going for a Short Ram, the SUS will probably out perform any thing else on the market. The only down side is the poor filtering quality.



oh, o well... idunno

are there any dyno charts with the blitz Intake? confused
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booyaolian Oct 15, 9:50pm - #53208 
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