very well put. i'm not even thinking about putting that cheap crap on my car. if i wanted to save money, i'd build things myself.. but then, i'd probably get all neurotic about it, and spend all kinds of time and cash perfecting the thing, and then i'd spend way more than just buying the AEM. oh well.....JAYMAN320 said:Ask yourself this....
Would I rather buy a product thats been engineered,dyno-tested, and designed for my car or would I buy a galvanized painted pipe with a shiny new filter on it?
You get what you pay for, as the wise 1greyteg would say
A lot of time is put inorder to design an intake...the calculations of the pipe diameter,materials,construction, and testing play a role in whether the intake is a power making mod.
if i get this right, injen stamps out all their intakes from the same 3" piping. AEM on the other hand puts research into what diameter piping will actually give you more power across a useable powerband.preludewes said:i would never buy an aem there prices are outrageous i would get a injen cai injen was a part of aem and branched off its the same intake for about $100 cheaper thats what im talking about when i say your paying for a name