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RetroJ84
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RetroJ84 Feb 7, 4:20pm - #99320 
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best of the best

whats the better Intake for a celica or can you even say there is, like would AEM be better than Injen and so on... happywink

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IcEd blUe Feb 7, 4:24pm - #99321 

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its all matter of what you want but most power and reliability comes from AEM and Injen Cold Air Intake
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RetroJ84 Feb 7, 4:36pm - #99322 
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thanks and as far as pulleys go, would i expect any problems from them??

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VSGTS14 Feb 7, 4:45pm - #99323 

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I think they are both reliable..

Injen didn't have a lot of low end gains such as torque...Injen had excellent gains at higher RPM

AEM had that low end people like and want...but still had the provided high end...

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RetroJ84 Feb 7, 4:56pm - #99324 
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thanks

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RoMkApOmKa Feb 7, 6:26pm - #99325 

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I would go whith Injen.
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qbanprepster21 Feb 7, 6:35pm - #99326 
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pulleys go with AEM

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CeLlYgT04 Feb 7, 9:56pm - #99327 

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Originally Posted by VSGTS14
I think they are both reliable..

Injen didn't have a lot of low end gains such as torque...Injen had excellent gains at higher RPM

AEM had that low end people like and want...but still had the provided high end...

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