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Clos
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2000 Spectra Blue Toyota Celica
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Jan 23, 3:13pm - #89134 
help

witch one should i get
AEM Cold Air Intake
or
Injen Race Division Cold Air Intake
are this even made for GTS because on the CelicaStore only says GT and if they do make GTS can anyone send me a Link thanks

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Speed4TheNeed
Caleb
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2000 Toyota Celica

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New Orleans, LA
Jan 23, 3:24pm - #89135 
both the AEM CAI (Cold Air Intake) and the Injen race have models for both the gt and gts.

people have said the 2nd generation AEM CAI is superior to that of the Injen CAI (although this is only a matter of a few horses).

it's said that the AEM Intake provides more low end power (although it will still decrease initial torque--as almost all bolt-ons will) than the Injen CAI. and so the Injen CAI supposedly provides more top-end power than the AEM (not sure about this--don't quote me).

in any case, you can view/buy them both here at: intensepower.com: engine performance accessories for toyota celica gt/gts

hope this helps thumbsup

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blackcel
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Jan 23, 3:38pm - #89136 
It is all a matter of preference.


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CID498
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Jan 23, 3:40pm - #89137 
There is a million post's on this already this should help

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LinkTallica
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Cal LA
Jan 23, 3:49pm - #89138 
Originally Posted by sPeEd4tHeNeEd
both the AEM CAI (Cold Air Intake) and the Injen race have models for both the gt and gts.

people have said the 2nd generation AEM CAI is superior to that of the Injen CAI (although this is only a matter of a few horses).

it's said that the AEM Intake provides more low end power (although it will still decrease initial torque--as almost all bolt-ons will) than the Injen CAI. and so the Injen CAI supposedly provides more top-end power than the AEM (not sure about this--don't quote me).

in any case, you can view/buy them both here at: intensepower.com: engine performance accessories for toyota celica gt/gts

hope this helps thumbsup

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Caleb
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2000 Toyota Celica

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New Orleans, LA
Jan 23, 3:55pm - #89139 
Originally Posted by CID498
This should help


you need to re-attach your file...it's invalid.

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2005 Subaru WRX STi

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Milford, NJ
Jan 23, 4:29pm - #89140 
Injen for high end gains
AEM for low end gains

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