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Hey what's up guys, ok so I've been wanting to get a cold air intake, I've been considering injen or aem but when I check out Inejn's cold air intake they say on there website they have it for an 04 but anytime I go to someone's website it's only 00-03, even the instructions on Inejn's website says 03.

I looked up as much as I could find about an 03-04 and I can't find a difference on the intake system on if it will work. If anyone else has knowledge about it or if you have an 04 and purchased and injen cai, let me know if it's the correct part.

Part number is RD2046P, I have the gts.
 

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As long as it's made for a GTS. From 00-05 will fit.
 

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Alright cool, that's what I figured but even injen was skeptical on me purchasing it so I figure I'd ask. Thanks man
 

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The only difference between the GTS and GT Intakes are the coupler to the TB.. The GT couplers is more angled to fit the TB
 

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You might want to reconsider.

There is a difference in the years for Injen and it's not for the design. It's for the C.A.R.B. sticker. It only goes up to 2003. Your 2004 will not be "certified" with it, meaning if a smog technician wishes to do so, your Celica will fail smog (assuming you have a 2004 Celica) because it goes out of the dates listed on the the C.A.R.B. sticker. Just swap it out for the stock box with it's time to smog your car.

The more you know. :wave:

You're from San Diego, well California, too. Smog stations are going to be tougher especially with the new STAR program.
 

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The only difference between the GTS and GT Intakes are the coupler to the TB.. The GT couplers is more angled to fit the TB
GTS intake will fit on a GT with no problem. BUT GT intake won't fit on the GTS without a longer coupler. GT intake is slightly bend, since the GT manifold is angle differently.
 

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You might want to reconsider.

There is a difference in the years for Injen and it's not for the design. It's for the C.A.R.B. sticker. It only goes up to 2003. Your 2004 will not be "certified" with it, meaning if a smog technician wishes to do so, your Celica will fail smog (assuming you have a 2004 Celica) because it goes out of the dates listed on the the C.A.R.B. sticker. Just swap it out for the stock box with it's time to smog your car.

The more you know. :wave:

You're from San Diego, well California, too. Smog stations are going to be tougher especially with the new STAR program.
Yea that's what I was going to do, just keep my stock air box and swap it out when the time came. But your right about it not having a carb sticker for a 2004, I checked that out on injen, I just wanted to make sure it fit :)
 
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