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Nov 18, 11:37pm - #61675 
AEM Installation?

Hi guys

I plan on buying a AEM Cold Air Intake but don't really have time to install it myself since i'm always busy at work and when i'm off from work i'm just to tired to do any mods to my car.

so where can i get my AEM Cold Air Intake installed at??

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Nov 18, 11:48pm - #61676 
You dont want to have it installed by a pro, you'll pay up the butt! cry 100+ bones. For the hour it takes do it your self its very easy! thumbsup


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Nov 18, 11:54pm - #61677 
I know it's easy, but the think is i just feel comfortable if a pro does it don't wanna have any problems .

so where can i get it installed??
any of you guys know?

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Nov 19, 12:01am - #61678 
You're gonna get a lot of slack here on the boards for not wanting to do all your mods by youself, but I can feel what you're saying. I don't always feel like wrenching on my car either.

Not sure where you can get it done, but I'm sure someone here does.


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Nov 19, 12:03am - #61679 
Have it installed by your local SpeedShop... have it done on a weekday, so that if there are any installation problems, you can return the following day and have it taken care of thumbsup

pricing for installation for any Intake from your local speed shop ranges from $40 to $90... time for install is less than an hour - but they may want you to leave the car there for a whole day so they can deal with whatever other business that walks into their door, while they do your installation (usualy SpeedShops dont have a 24/7 tech on hand who does just installs... so things might take longer depending on how bussy they are... thats reason #2 to bring it in on a weekday)

When you bring your car in for the install, also bring a print out of the install guide that we have online - this will speed the installation process because there are many detailed photos not included in AEM's guide - plus there may be other topics included in one guide that might not be included in the other... so the tech can read both and do the math, rather than standing around and having to guess grin

IJEN Intake install guide...
https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthreads/thread.f_57240_0_collapsed_2__1.html
The directions for Injen SR/CAI and AEM CAI are exactly the same wave


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Nov 19, 12:16am - #61680 
Thanks Alot Isaac !!

Just the answer I was looking for thumbsup

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Nov 19, 1:33pm - #61681 
you should do it yourself...it doesn't take that long. grin


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Nov 21, 7:25am - #61682 
by the time you look up a shop in the phone book...and get the car over there...u should already have the job done...thats not including the time they are waiting to get around to it, the time that they install it, and the time it takes you to go and pick it back up...

just do it urself...

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Nov 21, 7:33am - #61683 
We've all paid someone else to do oil changes for us... although an oil change is simple to do, some people just don't care.

I've had my car going on 60,000 miles since 2000 and over 15 oil changes so far... not one of them did I do myself - I've always had Toyota take care of it wave

The horse is dead, stop beating it... some people just don't care who does the job - they just want it done thumbsup


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Nov 21, 6:52pm - #61684 
Originally Posted by VSGTS14
you should do it yourself...it doesn't take that long. grin
Also, there is basically no way that you could fuck it up. And if you do, it would be easy to see. I thought I fucked mine up, but it turned out that I forgot to plug in the air sensor. rolleyes


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