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08-06-2013 08:18 PM
ProjectCommuter I don't know if I am pulling heat in or not, all I know is it works great. No problems. No cracking OEM MAF housing, no falling off filter, no washing and oiling of filter NO trouble codes thrown. Just running great.
08-06-2013 08:14 PM
TboneZX3
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Originally Posted by ProjectCommuter View Post
I haven't experienced it. If it is really hot out while running a/c it is a little sluggish but it has always been that way. The intake made NO difference.

There is no way that you're not pulling more heat in with the Injen than with the stock intake, but I'm glad it has worked for you.

My K&N has also worked very well regardless of the warning thread.
08-06-2013 08:11 PM
ProjectCommuter I haven't experienced it. If it is really hot out while running a/c it is a little sluggish but it has always been that way. The intake made NO difference.
08-06-2013 08:08 PM
TboneZX3
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Originally Posted by ProjectCommuter View Post
Love my INJEN.

Dry filter, high quality MAF housing built in, ZERO issues or codes thrown and, I have yet to see a thread titled "Warning about INJEN intake".
I've not seen a thread dedicated to it, but I've seen plenty of complaints about Injen's low-tech heat shield causing heat soak at idle.
08-06-2013 06:42 PM
spiikey1
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Originally Posted by Pinarello Rider View Post
I bet you all thought I was crazy by suggesting a scoop on the hood. But this is where great ideas like dyn085's come from!!

sounds good and probably would be sick! fast and furious style lol 8D
But what ever happens when it rains? try getting water on your spark plugs ><"
08-06-2013 03:33 PM
ProjectCommuter Love my INJEN.

Dry filter, high quality MAF housing built in, ZERO issues or codes thrown and, I have yet to see a thread titled "Warning about INJEN intake".
08-06-2013 02:13 PM
Roikyou Not too impressed with K&N right now, I've been getting P2227 and P22230 engine codes from the get go, we've gone through the install, cleaned the mass air flow sensor, no luck and no response from K&N, ready for something else...
08-01-2013 08:59 PM
y3ahwhat3v3r Go with the K&N!! The Injen Doesn't have the proper heat shielding, and K&N has a much better reputation, and delivers higher power.
08-01-2013 12:36 PM
bnoon
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Originally Posted by Seminoles View Post
So at highway speeds do you get a 1.8 degree difference between ambient and IAT temps like I do?
Right now I don't have a proper SRI, just a filter and no lid. But at highway speeds it's still only a couple of degrees difference even without a heat shield.
08-01-2013 09:56 AM
Pinarello Rider
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All great ideas are built on improving existing technology. Until someone pulls their front clip and fenders, no hood will be the coolest option!!!



Only if I can get my "no-hood" option in full naked carbon.
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