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Hey all,

I just got a RMM exhaust and I wanted to know which of either CAI or RAM would I get higher performance gains in a manual GT.

Any info would be appreciated,
thanks

-john
 

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thx, anyone else have more info in terms of the specs?

Also the reason for posting it here is because it is FL and the weather does play a factor in the decision...
 

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personally i would go with short RAM since it rains a lot in FL...and i don't want to drive like 5 mph through every single puddle i go through
 

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po9i said:
personally i would go with short RAM since it rains a lot in FL...and i don't want to drive like 5 mph through every single puddle i go through
:werd: I live in Winter Garden, which is near the Orlando area for those familiar with the city, and it floods on this one street I drive down daily if it rains enough. There is this one area where water flies a good 3-4 feet over the car when I go through it too fast and I know that a lot of the water would hit a CAI air filter if I had one. Short ram for me.
 

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CAI as well!
 

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2002GT_Celica said:


:werd: I live in Winter Garden, which is near the Orlando area for those familiar with the city, and it floods on this one street I drive down daily if it rains enough. There is this one area where water flies a good 3-4 feet over the car when I go through it too fast and I know that a lot of the water would hit a CAI air filter if I had one. Short ram for me.
Umm, for the extra performance - I wouldn't mind finding a new route to take dailey... Besides, Couldn't you a get a splash guard or an AEM bypass valve that traps water?
 

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AEM's bypass valve wont work for our cars :(
 
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