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Clos Jan 21, 5:12am - #87293 
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i just got my 2000 GTS 3 weeks ago and im not sure wat to get as my first upgrade any one got some ideas for me wat should i get first
oh and witch Intake would be the best
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Clos Jan 21, 5:14am - #87294 
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or
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Clos Jan 21, 5:14am - #87295 
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or this one
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Clos Jan 21, 5:15am - #87296 
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for the pros out there witch one is the best and how much horsepower am i lookin at please help me out
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NorwayGT Jan 21, 5:20am - #87297 

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wrong forum

...but the second one is the best. the RD CAI rules thumbsup

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LinkTallica Jan 21, 6:45am - #87298 

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injin Short Ram intank
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gtscelica05 Jan 21, 7:34am - #87299 
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Elec-FuYu Jan 21, 9:43am - #87300 
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hmm...i have the AEM~
but since you posted the Intakes are both from Injen..i would say take the CAI

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tWiSteD Jan 21, 6:12pm - #87301 

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out of those, the Injen racing division Cold Air Intake yeilds more gains than the Short Ram or blitz sus Short Ram...the AEM second generation i hear is good but i'm getting the Injen CAI personally (i hear it screams in lift thumbsup)

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VSGTS14 Jan 21, 10:33pm - #87302 

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the Injen RD Intake...but if you want to see it under the Hood and don't want to worry about hydrolock..then the Injen Short Ram...otherwise, you can just buy the heat/splash guard for either one.

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celicaTRDgts Jan 22, 2:14am - #87303 

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slidr Jan 22, 2:18am - #87304 

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Originally Posted by celicaTRDgts
Yep. Doesn't matter what brand you choose, but go with the Cold Air, unless you want the look and reduced performance of the Short Ram.

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GTStick Jan 25, 11:00pm - #87305 

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the differences are not goign to be that noticable, enless ur goin all out and hookin ur car up alot.
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