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I have an injen intake coming for my 2011 sti. And just wondering if anyone has one on there sti. Or wrx? And do u like it? Was it easy to install?
 

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Are you getting tuned for it?
 

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On previous MYs, Injen made one of the worst intakes of all major manufacturers. If you can, switch your order to the Cobb SRI/airbox or AEM CAI.
 

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Well I will do what I have to when I get it in. But the description says that it requires no recablaration needed. It has been sent so I am stuck with the injen for now!
 

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I'd personally send it back. As Matt says, I've never heard of a soul that has had a good outcome with an Injen. They are notorious for skewing MAF readings. Injen is wrong...you need to get a tune for it (or any intake for that matter) to have any chance at working properly.
 

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Goodluck and welcome by the way! Pretty STI!
 

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Yeah thanks man I appreciate the in put and next time I go to order some part's I will ask before I order
 

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i just put an injen on my car. havent really noticed a difference, but only owned it for a day before putting the intake on so not sure...its a short ram with a Spectre filter on it. just the pipe is injen
 

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i just put an injen on my car. havent really noticed a difference, but only owned it for a day before putting the intake on so not sure...its a short ram with a Spectre filter on it. just the pipe is injen
The piping is what causes the problems. If the airflow is different from stock (i.e. different velocity stack, piping diameter, etc.) you will need to re-calibrate your MAF tables.
 
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