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GjGts
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GjGts Dec 27, 6:52am - #73600 

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2004 Toyota Celica

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San Bernardino
Need help with CAI!

Well I finally got toyota to take my 2000 gts back, got in there and traded up to a 2004 gts loaded with action package, so im freakin happy bout that...the only dilemna i have now is can I install my Cold Air Intake w/o cutting the splash guard in the fender well? anyone not cut it b4 and anyone have any other ideas on how to avoid this... o yea and the action package has a different opening for air inlet soooo help please!!! thanks.
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Steven
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Steven Dec 27, 7:52am - #73601 
2001 Spectra Blue Mica Toyota Celica GTS
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2001 Toyota Celica GTS

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I believe that you MUST cut it. Reason being is because if you somehow install it without cutting the fender splash plastics, you'll rub a hole in your Intake tube with all the vibrations going on. I cut mine but didn't cut it all the way or something and it rubbed a hole into my Injen CAI. Injen owners make sure it doesn't rub against your plastics or else you might get a hole in it! eek
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stefanoc
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stefanoc Dec 27, 8:29am - #73602 

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2002 Toyota Celica

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so does it run better than the 00?
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GjGts
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GjGts Dec 28, 1:57am - #73603 

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2004 Toyota Celica

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yes this car is the shit, i was so dissappointed with my last car i was ready to shoot myself, luckily this deal came along when it did. Great car...thanks for the replies guys!!
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