Where did you buy your Injen intake?Originally posted by Philharmonic:
ROB3379 - I have an Injen Intake installed in my car. I do not believe Injen will be making a cold-air extension for the intake. In answer to UNICRON's concern - my intake is places quite far from the engine/header and pretty close to the top of the engine compartment to avoid heat surrounding the filter. Works and sounds great... the sound is more throaty... and very sporty... not noisy at all, just like the RMM Intake (without the shield) I'm having a bodyshop custom make a shield for me. I purchased the Injen Intake for $150.00
[This message has been edited by Philharmonic (edited November 30, 2000).]
Well, then again, $800 vs. $150... you get what you pay for. If I had $800, I would buy the "Florida State Certified" intake (Why Florida Cerfitied???). Regardless how many hps the Injen gives me along with my exhaust, I'm still happy.Originally posted by Doug:
Yeah, I think you guys should know that unless the intake is over $800 dollars and has multiple dyno runs certified by the Florida Secretary of State that it is pretty much a useless piece of crap.
Originally posted by Jebzter:
Favor please, STOP being arrogant and bashing at other people who are trying to release good IS products out into the market to please car enthusiasts and modifiers alike.
Let SRT make its headway.
I'm very content with my setup and cant wait to go to the next stages.