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Injen IS Series Short Ram Intake Part #IS2100P Customer Reviews
6 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Terry l (Papillion, NE) — Mar 21, 2015 9:24 AM
Only complaints are on the Injen side of things. There is a mounting bracket that screws into a pre threaded hole in the battery tray that was more challenging than expected. I would have just cranked on it but the bracket didn't look like it could take it. Also the instructions say to cut a vacuum hose in half and splice in an oil diffuser. But the kit does not come with one, and one is not listed on the included parts list. So I tried to contact service through Facebook and was given a phone
Reviewed by Ian C (RENTON, WA) Reviewed for a 2005 Scion xB — Jun 19, 2013 10:04 PM
Well worth what i spent for it.it took me like 20mins to install maybe less if i hadn't have had to clean up my engine compartment a little because of dust etc.I love the fact it was free shipping and it got here fast within a week.i notice the car picks up a lot faster and has a growl to it
Reviewed by Troy S (Redmond, WA) — Apr 18, 2009 11:56 PM
After installing the product in about 1hr 30 minutes. There was a noticeable change in the engine. Deeper throttle. And my automatic Scion Xb shifts a lot smoother. Great product. Highly recomend.
Reviewed by Michael N (Austin, TX) Reviewed for a 2006 Scion xB — Jan 26, 2007 7:52 AM
I did this install in a dark garage under my office building when the temperature was about 35 degrees so I was not in the mood for vague or inaccurate instructions. Unfortunately that is what you get with this product as the instructions must have been written for the 2004 model year and have not been modified for later model years. Be prepared to improvise. The major installation issues are: 1. It is not enough to just move the battery over as instructed. You must remove it completely to get enough room to squeeze the air filter into the fender well. If you look carefully at the photo showing the filter being inserted into the fender well you will notice that the battery has been removed. 2. The VSV bracket needs to be rotated 180 degrees from what is shown and, before you install it, drill it out for the screw required to mount the VSV as it will not clip on to the bracket as shown. 3. The instructions do not mention removing the engine cover but the photos show it removed and it makes the job of attaching the vacuum hose much easier. The instructions available on their web site are superior to the xerox copy that comes in the box as the photography is in color revealing details that are not apparent in the paper copy. How does it work you ask? Fantastic. The power gain is obvious and it makes the engine sound real healthy. Over all a great product.
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