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JAY-C
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JAY-C Dec 29, 6:50am - #74390 
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aem intake

I may be wrong but is there a new AEM Intake.. i believe its called V2 or something like that? if so where can i get one for a good price?

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tru_Asiatik_Pride Dec 29, 7:09am - #74392 

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Originally Posted by JAY-C
I may be wrong but is there a new aem intake.. i believe its called V2 or something like that? if so where can i get one for a good price?

i dont think they make one for the celi that thing is huge, i would say twice the diameter of the regulat CAI so there is no room in the engine bay frown
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defyenz Dec 29, 7:09am - #74393 

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what's the difference between the first and v2

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slidr Dec 29, 10:12am - #74394 

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Originally Posted by t3n
what's the difference between the first and v2
I thought the new v2 had two Intake tubes or something like that. confused

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defyenz Dec 29, 6:08pm - #74395 

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i think isaac said before that the only difference is the placement of the sensor.
if that is true, the hp gain, etc will be the same ?

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tru_Asiatik_Pride Dec 29, 6:18pm - #74396 

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Originally Posted by t3n
i think isaac said before that the only difference is the placement of the sensor.
if that is true, the hp gain, etc will be the same ?

i think the question was regrading the v2 Intake(which they dont make for our cars) NOT the gen2 AEM Intake

this is the v2 Intake
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defyenz Dec 29, 6:21pm - #74397 

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tru_Asiatik_Pride Dec 29, 6:24pm - #74398 

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the gen 2 AEM Intake the sensor is closer to the throttle body towrds the end of the tube

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defyenz Dec 30, 12:41am - #74399 

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does the difference placement in the sensor do anything for hp gain ?

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Celicaracer18 Dec 30, 1:47am - #74400 

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no the AEM v2 is not offered for the our cars, but if it was i'ld get it(well if i wasn't getting a turbo that is).

"The AEM V2 Cold Air utilizes a dual chamber (using two different diameters and lengths of piping), to creat multiple frequency sound waves that help charge the cylendars with air throughout the entire rpm range."

Visit www.aempower.com

hopefully the will figure out a way to make it for the celica, but i doubt it
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