Have you built your own CAI for the Camry?Toysrme said:In the case of a Camry and a 4runner, then that is correct... It sounds better than a short pipe, and performs 2-3hp better than the stock box.
Cut some, of the bottom out of the stock airbox. Leave where the bolts go and enough for structual support.
Which no CAI setup I know of can actually match. They normally loose performance compaired to the stock box...
Uh yea that thing felt like it had been outside overnight in the spring after we were doing 100+ on the highway for a few miles.jwa276 said:my CAI seems to be uber-effective.. even after the harshest of driving, my entire intake assembly is cool to the touch.. i mean- its not even warm folks... that has to be a pretty decent difference. the only downside is i have to take out the CAI and convert it to short ram if im driving in rain at all. hydrolocking my engine would not be fun
ha yea! with its position its basically a shoddy RAM air system, because air moving straight through that hole in the f/b where a GS300 foglight will go is basically force feeding itself up the intake. next step is to clean out the intake from the egr mess :lol:mcelligott said:Uh yea that thing felt like it had been outside overnight in the spring after we were doing 100+ on the highway for a few miles.