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this true? #96343 Feb 3, 4:07pm Feb 3, 4:07pm
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this true?
http://www.Injen.com/webpages/testing/dyno_graphs_1104/original/RD2046.jpg

that's a dyno of the Injen RD Intake from Injen's website...that's like a 10 hp added with Intake alone??? confused


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Re: this true? [Re: VSGTS14] #96344 Feb 3, 4:09pm Feb 3, 4:09pm
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looks true to me... but there are things they can do to make the dyno or car more friendly to HP.

Re: this true? [Re: spaztikid] #96345 Feb 3, 4:12pm Feb 3, 4:12pm
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WoW! That's better than AEM right?
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Re: this true? [Re: beans] #96346 Feb 3, 4:13pm Feb 3, 4:13pm
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Wow, the bottom end is such a big increase.

Re: this true? [Re: beans] #96347 Feb 3, 4:21pm Feb 3, 4:21pm
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Originally Posted by beans
Wow, the bottom end is such a big increase.

yea, it went from 75 to 50 in a place. i dont know if i believe that


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Re: this true? [Re: VSGTS14] #96348 Feb 3, 6:04pm Feb 3, 6:04pm
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is it like...loosing power in the low end??


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Re: this true? [Re: VSGTS14] #96349 Feb 3, 6:16pm Feb 3, 6:16pm
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^^ yep, initial torque is decreased

Re: this true? [Re: BReakinDrifTs] #96350 Feb 3, 6:21pm Feb 3, 6:21pm
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Originally Posted by breakinankles
^^ yep, initial torque is decreased

we wouldnt like that on our no torgue celis do we?


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Re: this true? [Re: Elec-FuYu] #96351 Feb 3, 6:24pm Feb 3, 6:24pm
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Well of course it gives a slight disadvantage on the start, but the high end power is better, and when we race we stay in high rpms anyways to stay in lift ( if you have a GTS )
So I don't really mind losing a little torque on the launch if I make up for it in high end power. Plus the gains improve when combined with exhaust/ headers too I think.

Re: this true? [Re: VSGTS14] #96352 Feb 3, 6:31pm Feb 3, 6:31pm
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Damn, I might have to get one of those...But I don't wanna mess with hydrolocking, so I'll probably just stay safe and get the SR. thumbsup

Re: this true? [Re: CeLlYgT04] #96353 Feb 3, 6:40pm Feb 3, 6:40pm
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Originally Posted by CeLlYgT04
Damn, I might have to get one of those...But I don't wanna mess with hydrolocking, so I'll probably just stay safe and get the SR. thumbsup


You can buy a CAI from the E-celica store, also Injen makes heat/splash shields for your Intake so unless the bumber gets completly submerged I don't think you will have a problem. thumbsup

Re: this true? [Re: VSGTS14] #96354 Feb 3, 6:46pm Feb 3, 6:46pm
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I enjoy the gutteral sound my CAI makes at higher rpms... and the little 10hp or less kick in the ass spineyes

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