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Postby someazn » Mon Sep 10, 2007 8:37 pm

so i am definitely in if the deadline can be extended a week after the two weeks.
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Postby woa_its_j3ff » Mon Sep 10, 2007 8:54 pm

I'm thinking about it. i might not be able to make it, since some last minute things came up
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Postby Mayimbe1979 » Mon Sep 10, 2007 9:03 pm

Will this work on an I4?
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Postby CamryOnBronze » Mon Sep 10, 2007 9:44 pm

I dont feel there should be THAT much trash talking of the injen short ram. Its true that it wont do much on an NA motor, but if youre running a TRD supercharger and the Injen intake with tuning, the benefits will be the same. Im sure if you tuned with the Injen intake you would see similar gains to the CPE... the fact that the CPE setup actually changes the map instead of just bolting on is where the power is at. Injen isnt a completely ricey ebay company, they do a lot of testing and make very high quality products from my experience. Thats my two cents, thought it might clear some things up for some people...

Either way, CPE makes great stuff... good luck with the GB!
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Postby SolaraGuy22 » Mon Sep 10, 2007 10:25 pm

LOL I still have mine brand new in the box from the last group buy in December. I'll get around to installing it sooner or later.
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Postby netherland24 » Tue Sep 11, 2007 5:26 am

dont get me wrong i love the injen... but its so low too the ground and im just nervous when it rains seeing that this works just as well... makes me feel alot safer driving in raining weather
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Postby Midias » Tue Sep 11, 2007 6:08 am

Mayimbe1979 wrote:Will this work on an I4?



As said on page 1 NO
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Postby Sebas007 » Tue Sep 11, 2007 6:30 am

someazn wrote:so i am definitely in if the deadline can be extended a week after the two weeks.


Is what credit card are all about...you know you'll get the cash in just 2 weeks...but credit card let you buy it now...I don't see where the problem is. I'm saying this for anything you want and I telling that to several guys here coming with...in 2 weeks I'll have the cash and so on. Not bitching...just telling there is some alternative to your problem
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Postby CamryOnBronze » Tue Sep 11, 2007 8:39 am

netherland24 wrote:dont get me wrong i love the injen... but its so low too the ground and im just nervous when it rains seeing that this works just as well... makes me feel alot safer driving in raining weather


it is with the ghetto extension, but not in short ram form ;)
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Postby unbalancedwood » Tue Sep 11, 2007 9:57 am

Sebas007 wrote:
someazn wrote:so i am definitely in if the deadline can be extended a week after the two weeks.


Is what credit card are all about...you know you'll get the cash in just 2 weeks...but credit card let you buy it now...I don't see where the problem is. I'm saying this for anything you want and I telling that to several guys here coming with...in 2 weeks I'll have the cash and so on. Not bitching...just telling there is some alternative to your problem


Exactly, as with many cases if a GB drags out for weeks people loose interest, find somthing else to spend it on, etc. Take the torque rod GB for example...i think within a few days 10 members were already signed up and paid. Yeah its a difference of 10x's the price, but they were a good deal, just as these are a good deal. A savings of $40-60, is something that would warrant me to put it on a credit card and pay it off the following week with no fee...
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Postby agent007 » Tue Sep 11, 2007 11:14 am

how complicated is the wiring...i think some wiring has to be done but not sure what...any info on that?
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Postby Americanctm10 » Tue Sep 11, 2007 11:47 am

^^^ You'll receive a set of instructions with pictures with the intake guiding you through it. Just take out the glove-box to get to the ECU and all the wiring you need to do is right there. Its really not that hard, but i did mine at night so it was hard to see.

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Postby unbalancedwood » Tue Sep 11, 2007 12:23 pm

The wiring has to be done to reprogram the ecu/fuel map, otherwise air/fuel mixtures will be miscalculated by the ecu..

Take a look at this: (keep in mind its a gen2)
http://www.solaraguy.org/viewtopic.php? ... cpe+review
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Postby someazn » Tue Sep 11, 2007 1:31 pm

unbalancedwood wrote:
Sebas007 wrote:
someazn wrote:so i am definitely in if the deadline can be extended a week after the two weeks.


Is what credit card are all about...you know you'll get the cash in just 2 weeks...but credit card let you buy it now...I don't see where the problem is. I'm saying this for anything you want and I telling that to several guys here coming with...in 2 weeks I'll have the cash and so on. Not bitching...just telling there is some alternative to your problem


Exactly, as with many cases if a GB drags out for weeks people loose interest, find somthing else to spend it on, etc. Take the torque rod GB for example...i think within a few days 10 members were already signed up and paid. Yeah its a difference of 10x's the price, but they were a good deal, just as these are a good deal. A savings of $40-60, is something that would warrant me to put it on a credit card and pay it off the following week with no fee...


Yea, I didn't mean to be a pain in the ass but its just that I am on a student debit and do not have a credit card. Well, I'll see if I can get the money in two weeks, but if not, good luck on the group buy. :D
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Postby Midias » Tue Sep 11, 2007 1:33 pm

I am also a student and yes credit cars can be dangerous so be careful out there.
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