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cant feel the lift anymore #8750 Feb 26, 3:31pm Feb 26, 3:31pm
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cant feel the lift anymore
sup guys! after installing my AEM CAI, i cant feel the lift anymore when the car reaches 6000rpm..or maybe it's just me, i dont know..pls help confused

Re: cant feel the lift anymore [Re: dondiemand] #8751 Feb 28, 4:46pm Feb 28, 4:46pm
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If you are not sure that the VVT-i or the VVT-L works, unplug them and try your car without them. There must be a serious power loss.
Anyway, I don`t think you have any problem with it, just your engine became smoother.

Re: cant feel the lift anymore [Re: c2gas] #8752 Feb 28, 5:46pm Feb 28, 5:46pm
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yeah, i think that is what happened, engine became smoother..thanks man! thumbsup

Re: cant feel the lift anymore [Re: dondiemand] #8753 Feb 28, 5:49pm Feb 28, 5:49pm
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hMm...iono about that where the egine became smoother...good idea tho..but our vvtli lift systems kicks hard..if mine were not felt, i would definately dink twice before doing n e ding else with it.=P


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Re: cant feel the lift anymore [Re: sleepy celica] #8754 Mar 1, 7:48pm Mar 1, 7:48pm
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Quote:
Originally posted by sleepy celica:
hMm...iono about that where the egine became smoother...good idea tho..but our vvtli lift systems kicks hard..if mine were not felt, i would definately dink twice before doing n e ding else with it.=P
Yeah definitely the lift does kick hard...but then again i dont have a CAI so i dont know if the engine would be smoother...lol...


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Re: cant feel the lift anymore [Re: SpeedEnvyGTS] #8755 Mar 6, 1:35am Mar 6, 1:35am
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well, after a week with my AEM installed, i felt the lift again..maybe the ECU was adjusting to the CAI..im not really sure but im just glad the lift is back grin

Re: cant feel the lift anymore [Re: dondiemand] #8756 Mar 5, 3:54pm Mar 5, 3:54pm
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Lift is VERY audibly distinct with just a CAI. smile

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