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Terenceeee
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Nov 10, 9:07pm - #59515 
injen short ram or CAI

which one should i get? which provides greater power? whats the difference

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Nov 10, 9:19pm - #59516 
click the search button. This topic is discussed at least once a week smile

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Nov 10, 11:41pm - #59517 
get the CAI, the short rams are pieces of junk! thumbsdown


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Nov 11, 12:18am - #59518 
Obviously the CAI is going to be drawing in cool air into the engine, which will actually help in creating more power BUT, if you are still just looking for a way to make more power than your stock airbox AND make your engine bay look nicer, the SRI is a good bet. Both are a step up from the factory piece and although the SRI looks nicer, a true CAI is the best way to get gains through an Intake.

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Nov 11, 10:37am - #59519 
Yup...I agree CAI all the way. I noticced a huge difference with mine. thumbsup thumbsup


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Nov 11, 10:47am - #59520 
Originally Posted by JBing
get the CAI, the short rams are pieces of junk! thumbsdown


i disagree. although SRI wil not get as much pop as a CAI SRI does work, here's an article...

https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthreads/thread.f_93066_0_collapsed_5__1.html

damn i gotta leave the forums for a while and start browsing more around this site. ecelica has lots of info!! thumbsup


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Nov 11, 11:23am - #59521 
full CAI if you want some nice gains...
but shortram is just as nice, I love mine.


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Nov 11, 12:33pm - #59522 
KIA i mean CAI thumbsup


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Nov 11, 12:36pm - #59523 
I agree the SRI looks sweet, better than the CAI, just gotta figer out what you want sho or go? confused


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