Reviewed By Hunter D (LUCEDALE, MS) Reviewed for a 2001 Toyota Celica —6/12/2015 8:10 PM
Easy installation and performs great!
Reviewed By Eric S (Falkville, AL) Reviewed for a 2000 Toyota Celica —6/20/2012 10:08 AM
As with anything you install on a Celica, it takes a couple days for the computer to get used to it. With the combination of a chip I have inline with the Jet MAF, I have gained a steady HP flow in the mid-range RPM's. The car doesn't sound like it's screaming in the middle RPM range and has a nice steady climb to where the VVTi kicks in and beyond. I was searching for an OEM replacement due to water getting in the CAI, but this was a much better investment.
Reviewed By Ty F (MISSOURI CITY, TX) Reviewed for a 2009 Ford F-250 —9/14/2015 6:23 AM
I love my aFe CAI, truck runs like a beast. I recommend buying an extra like I did so when it's time time clean your filter, you can pop in the extra and actually have time to let the old one dry once cleaned. Then next time you change your filter you have one cleaned and oiled ready to go. It beats waiting 24 to 36 hour s for these sicker to dry.
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