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These are pictures of the pdf I recieved from Injen. Since their copies are all blurry that they sent out, I have a nice crisp colored on here.

Enjoy.

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So Thats What The Pictures Look Like ??? - Thanks Man That Was A Great Idea.
 

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Not a problem.

spidermanjay3 said:
So Thats What The Pictures Look Like ??? - Thanks Man That Was A Great Idea.
 

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Wow, it looks like even an AEM CAI is easier to install than an Injen SRI
 

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i'm not sure but if you followed these instructions then you shouldn't have a problem, is it a gt or gt-s ?
 

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hey shay here got celica its a 99 gts 7th gen , i cant find the poxy OBD sensor thing i was wonderin if you could help or if you know someone who does, did you get an instruction manual with your cai , i did nt so kinda pissing against the wind

hope you can help

thanks
shay , ireland
 

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3 hoses

I have a 2000 GTS. I understand how to install the intake but i have 3 hoses left over with no where to go. I had already plugged up the one near the throttle body and the vacuum hose goes in the pipe, but there are three left over with no where to go. What do i do?
 

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JO_CELICA said:
my engine light is on since the second day i installed the intake.
do you know how can i find out what is wrong?
The system is running lean. Too much oxygen to fuel ratio. The only true fixes are getting an a/f ratio controller or attempting to install a fuel pressure regulator that bypasses the stock in the fuel tank.

What you can do to eliminate the CEL is perform the Catylitic Bypass mod this will eliminate the reading being sent by the second o2 sensor, which is what causes the CEL.
 

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mpow said:
I have a 2000 GTS. I understand how to install the intake but i have 3 hoses left over with no where to go. I had already plugged up the one near the throttle body and the vacuum hose goes in the pipe, but there are three left over with no where to go. What do i do?

weapon gave me a few extras too- and horrible install /directions & pix to boot.
works fine though.
 

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GTSPOWER said:
sorry i am noob
how about if i install the intake the old Intake Butterfly hose and the plug connection where to connect? :confused:
when you remove the stock box you eliminate the intake butterfly, if you look @ the install directions all thats left is the vac. switching valve.

mpow said:
I have a 2000 GTS. I understand how to install the intake but i have 3 hoses left over with no where to go. I had already plugged up the one near the throttle body and the vacuum hose goes in the pipe, but there are three left over with no where to go. What do i do?
i know that injen supplies their Pat. "red" hoses (mine are black) which were to accomodate the relocating of hoses as seen in the diagram.
 

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I was wondering something I have a 2000 Toyota Celica GT. It has 111000 miles on it right now. Im planning on getting DC Headers, Ingen Short Ram Intake and an Apepix Cat Back Exhaust. I was just wondering if I should get a new engine before getting thoughs or if I would be ok? later on I want to get aftermarket cams, valve springs and vavles. But i heard if you have to many miles on your engine and you put in after market cams you can blow the engine?
 

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what do you guys think is better a short ram intake or a cold air intake? im guessing cold air intake but i live in Oregon so it rains alot, and the cold air intake could possiblely pick up water couldnt it?
 

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this intake wasn't that hard to install. the hardest part was just getting it to get in position just right. Although, when I was done I had a couple hoses and a wire with a connector left over not connected to anything and they weren't mentioned on the instructions. So i just zip tied them together and attached them to something in the engine so they wouldn't get in any moving parts. I'm not sure if I needed them but it didn't cause any problems so I'm assuming they weren't necessary.
 
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