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Dec 20, 9:38am - #71087 
DOES ANYBODY ELSE HAVE THIS BESIDE ME?

I don't think anybody have the TrueFlow Intake, beside me I NEVER heard anybody else talk about. Install mine yesterday it took about 15 minutes to install the piping and foam Air Filter. I notice a big different in performance/accelaration and sound!!! And BEST OF ALL NO CEL light!!! Two thumbs ups!! thumbsup thumbsup

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Dec 20, 9:41am - #71088 
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Dec 20, 9:43am - #71089 
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I know my engine in DIRTY, I will clean it once all my IPT Motorsports Carbon fiber pieces comes in.

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Dec 20, 9:49am - #71090 
what is the difference? that just replaces the stock tube which is the same size?? you probably could have just gotten a k&n drop in filter confused


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Dec 20, 10:02am - #71091 
I had a TRD Air Filter and didn't know any differnet in performance. After driving my car all day yesrterday the piping wasn't even warm, its made of steel plus the filter is foam so its 12X thicker than gauze filters.

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Dec 20, 10:09am - #71092 
Dnyo results Lexus IS300 with an TrueFlow Intake!!!
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No dyno on a Celica

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Dec 20, 10:12am - #71093 
I know it not a AEM or Injen, but I like to be differnet!!!

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Dec 20, 10:29am - #71094 
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Dec 20, 10:39am - #71095 
cool...if you like it then thumbsup

btw...dyno's dont mean shit when you didnt do them on your car. companies will make their initial run lower to make it seem like products are better than they are.

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Dec 20, 10:51am - #71096 
Originally Posted by VSGTS14
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Dec 20, 12:46pm - #71097 
Where did you get it and how much was it?

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Dec 20, 12:52pm - #71098 
Cool thumbsup

If cops pull you over and look under your Hood, I dont think they would be able to tell its an Intake. spineyes


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Dec 20, 1:28pm - #71099 
www.eautoworks.com or www.nextcollection.com
www.trueflow.com

$208.00 Intake and foam filter
$12.95 Cleaning Kit.



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Dec 20, 9:54pm - #71100 
I've mentioned them on a few occasions; I've been debating between that one and the K&N typhoon sort ram.

One thing is for sure, True Flow will not void the warranty, as it doesn't relocate or alter any emissions fittings. Hoses go to stock MAF housing, stock airbox is kept intact. the Filters they use are cell-foam style filter panels (not cotton gauze like TRD or K&N) they will last longer, and flow better. Other foam filters that are popular are the HKS sports filters.

I'm keeping my tuning mild, since it's my daily driver, the True Flow Intakes are quite streetable, and do help performance about as much as any short-ram Intake out there, the bigger gains will come from a full-length CAI.

Now, if they'd add in a Carbon Fiber airbox with a cold-air pickup, you could see some awesome gains.


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