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Goose Jan 18, 11:47pm - #841 

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Butterfly, Cold Air intake, Fuel Economy

Hello.
I have readed many post about butterfly (removeit or not), coid air Intake (put it on or not.

My question are:

Butterfly questions:
- If I remove a butterfly will it damage the engine in time?
- How about cold stat? will it be more difficult withot butterfly?
- Will the fuel economy be wore without butterfly?

Cold Air Intake (CAI) questions:
- If i put Cold Air Intake, will the engine me difficult to cold stat?
- Will the CAI damege the engine in time?
- Will fuel economy be wore with CAI installed?

Please help me with that.
THX,
Martin

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Grand-Touring-Dan Jan 20, 1:46am - #842 
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Removing the butterfly will not damage your motor, but I have heard that it is more difficult to start. If it was me in the situation, I wouldn't do it. It's not worth it, it adds a little bit of noise, and that isn't worth it to me. A CAI will not cause any damage either. As for starting in the cold, the other night my car sat in the driveway while it was 20 degrees outside and at 7 in the morning it was maybe 40 outside, and I didn't have a problem starting it at all. I haven't had my Injen CAI for very long, but I haven't had any problems and never heard of any problems.
My advice is to go for the CAI.
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Goose Jan 20, 10:15am - #843 

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Thank you! smile
You are for a big help.

I was wondering how CAI will effekt fuel economy?

Martin

2000 Toyota Celica GT
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