i will keep this in mind. and will probably get a ram air vs. the cai.Cravin said:Dont toss your stock intake i plan on reinstalling it before the smogman sees it. but really a short ram is easy to take in and out 30 minutes tops. CAI would be more difficult but not by that much really.
i believe thats why toyota ditched the aem, and switched to k&n.choppedxb said:I GOT THE AEM SYSTEM AND THAT WATER TRAP THING DIDNT SAVE MY M.A.S. TRUST ME WHEN I SAY THAT WAS NOT CHEEP. THEY SAY ITS A COLD AIR INTAKE BUT THE DAMN THING RUNS AROUND THE HOLE MOTOR SO I DONT KNOW HOW GOOD THAT PART IS EATHER.I WOULDN'T DO IT AGAIN .
PS I LIKE THE SIMPLISITY OF THE BLITS.
i'm not sure. still leaning towards the fujita. looks like great quality. dont know if i want the CAI or the RAM. which one is best? or does it even make a difference? someone noted above that it's defintely easier to install the RAM intake then the CAI.ThunderGod said:INJEN is CARB legal too.
i thought that the F5 was still pending? is that tru??
thanks matty fo the heads up.MattyRattyPoo said:Toyota didn't ditch AEM and switch to K & N. AEM still makes the factory intake but puts a TRD sticker. AEM also makes Fram intakes if you din't know. When ever I go to AEM, i always see toyota boxes and Fram intake boxes over there with guys putting the intakes in them.
hayalex6 said:allow me to shed some light on the intakes of xB's.
ALL OF THEM ARE THE SAME DESIGNS, well, except for the perrin, that's original.
The short ram is exactly the same design in Injen, Fujita, ebay, YDR, etc.
The CAI's are the same, injen, AEM....
oh K&N is an original design as well, but not a very good one.
If someone asks about short rams, which brand to get..... get the cheapest, since they're all the same pipe design.