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Celicaracer18
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Nov 24, 8:49am - #62695 
AEM or Injen

Which produces more hp and has better gains

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Nov 24, 8:49am - #62696 
Injen = more HP thumbsup

Thats what i got tongue

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Nov 24, 8:51am - #62697 
thats what i thought

it is the best Intake overall right?(including all Intakes)

and you can still have it with a turbo can't you confused

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Nov 24, 8:52am - #62698 
Yea i'm pretty sure...

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Nov 24, 12:32pm - #62699 
Do a search - you will find more info than you want. I think it's personal preferance. Injun gives more at top end - AEM gives more at low/mid range (at least, that's my understanding of the matter). Personally I wanted a little more power comming off the line - there is already a lot when you hit lift - I figure I might get there a little faster.
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Dec 3, 7:14pm - #62700 
AEM is better overall!the slight gain that Injen has over the AEM is in the hi rpm. but in the mid and low rpm the AEM is better! its always wise to look at the total area of the dyno graph and not just the peak.the torque difference is drastic between the two esp at low rpm.
ps; i am running a combo of both,AEM piping and Injen filter.


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Dec 3, 9:19pm - #62701 
yup use the search button ha


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Dec 4, 12:29am - #62702 
1 thing about the AEM CAIs is that I've been hearing ppl getting check engine lights with it more often than Injen CAIs.

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Dec 4, 12:56am - #62703 
Originally Posted by Steven
1 thing about the AEM CAIs is that I've been hearing ppl getting check engine lights with it more often than Injen CAIs.


I thought that was only for the first gen AEM CAIs though. They should be alright now.

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Dec 4, 8:25am - #62704 
thanx guys i searched and found plenty of info

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Dec 4, 10:05am - #62705 
See it does work...

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Dec 4, 11:18am - #62706 
INJEN


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Dec 4, 11:27am - #62707 
its all personal preference, there are thousands of threads about it, and you know AEM is for low rpm ranges while Injen is high rpm, personally, for yrself what would you rather have? and the answer to that my frind is the type you want... simple... thumbsup


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Dec 4, 6:53pm - #62708 
true, but lets say (hypotheticly of course) i wanted the most hp, low range, but i like oh lets say dragon CAI because of the looks i prob don't need to go that direction


J/K i like to make points (good or bad)

i think i am goint make a custom one or AEM caoted on fiberglass

does any one know if big thottle Intake produces more hp

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