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After weeks of searching and comparing prices i decided to go with a short ram intake http://www.cosmoracing.com/productinfo.asp?cid=126&pid=1699

But i wondering if anyone had a SRI on their Rolla?, and what kind of gains they had or problems, i need some feedback, thank you. (yeah i know, i realy like to do research before i put anything in my car).
 

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Well i dont know about all of that ^^^ but to help the poster out a little.... I just installed my Fujita F5 SRI.... and definitely can notice a gain in power and sound.... ESPECIALLY in lift.... its a night and day difference.....(in lift)..... and overall i can tell the throttle is more responsive.... and im very happy with the purchase....

I ordered my from ptuning.com.... i think $169.95 shipped i believe..... It wasnt too hard to install... the pictures are kinda hard to tell whats going on... but not too bad... and my idle seemed quite high after installing... but after i drove it for a bit it seemed to fix itself.... hopefully... we will see what tomorrow brings......

But as for now... no check engine light... no rough idle... and good gains.... so yes it seems like the SRI was an excellent choice for a cost reasonable product to improve the performance of the car and the sound of the engine.
 

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The Return of the Red Coupe
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Thanks for the link, but it's as pathetic as you and as for that sri you were looking at, it would have more use being up your ass than in your corolla. At least then your rice mentality would be somewhat excusable. Don't forget the cardboard box sideskirts while your at it, heard they add a nice finishing touch. :nutkick:
You had your chance and your warning... take a week off and come back. :slap:
 
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