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Dec 4, 8:49pm - #64950 
CAI installation?

Just wondering when i install my CAI if i need to take the old air box out in any order? detach battery terminals? remove some wires before the others? or can i just strip everything out, replace the O2 sensor and the vacume hose into the new CAI, and thats it? plaease let me know in detail if you know how bc it comes tomorrow and i want to put it on saturday, it prob wont come with instructions. thanks guys! thumbsup

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Dec 4, 8:59pm - #64951 
when i installed mine i just ripped the old box out and put the CAI in, then connected the tube, and pluged the other one thats left over.

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Dec 4, 10:13pm - #64952 


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Dec 4, 10:22pm - #64953 
If you have an AEM then let me know, because I can email or post the instructions that came with it. I'll just scan them. Might as well anyways, cause I havn't seen any install guides for the AEM online, just the Injen.

Just let me know though. thumbsup


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Dec 4, 10:24pm - #64954 
AEM is almost the same as Injen, you just dont need to cut anything.

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Dec 5, 12:41am - #64955 
Tip: When you cut the wheel well plastics for the CAI to fit, use the Miracle Blade Kitchen Knife or any knife with a fine serrated edge.

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Dec 5, 12:43am - #64956 
Originally Posted by Steven
Tip: When you cut the wheel well plastics for the CAI to fit, use the Miracle Blade Kitchen Knife or any knife with a fine serrated edge.


or use a dremel tool like i did...make sure you're wearing safety glasses!!!!


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