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2000CelicaGTS Oct 1, 2:07am - #7580 
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COOL AIR INTAKE

Which is better for a 2000 GTS (manual). The Injen or the AEM cool air Intake? I can't decide on which to get. Their seem to be mixed emotions on both. Thanks.
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isaac Oct 1, 6:48pm - #7581 
2001 Absolutely Red Toyota Celica GT
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Im all for Injen...

in my honest opinion, Injen looks ALOT nicer then AEM and it get a lot more postive comments...

here is what you can expect from Injen...
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When choosing Injen Technology intake systems for your car, you can expect quality. Each of our intake systems comes complete with all of the neccesary pieces to offer a direct replacement for your vehicle without compromising fitment and horsepower gain. All of our intakes are Engineered to very specific tolerances and we use only the highest quality materials. Each of our intake systems is backed by a remarkable limited lifetime warranty which will ensure that Injen Technology will be by your side for years to come. We have gone the extra mile to bring you a perfectly tuned and engineered intake system. Our Race Division and cold air extensions have proven to be unbeatable against the leading competitions' "induction systems." We will not be out- performed. Get our intake system! You'll never know what you're missing out on until you try one on for power!

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