I had an Injen SRI on my 2004 Tib. The battery did not have to get relocated and the filter sat between the battery and the fender, just behind the headlight and over a hole in the unibody. If you go with a CAI you will have to cut that hole open more to fit the tube down into the wheel well.And I wouldn't have to relocate my battery for either the CAI or the SRI, right?
I've just read in some other forums about others having to relocate batteries with some intakes.
Evidence, or just 'cause you said so? I've been to their factory/warehouse, I've seen their R&D and production methods, I've tested their products on several cars, and right now, the FIC is the piggyback to have for Hyundai's.Know how to read and comprehend much? He has a 2003 GT Tib. That's a GK V6, not a RD 2.0L.
AEM makes crap. Period.
Injen is way better.
The AEM SRI is just a filter to place on the MAF and a small bracket to support it.i believe the aem kit is just a filter? or is that the K&N. i know its one of the two.
[/THREAD]If you want whats best for your car, you will go with the injen SRI. If you want to not listen and just get what ever you want, do that too.
Without any evidence, your statements ring hollow. You sound like you have buyer's remorse, rather than any factual information... Like maybe you bought something, didn't like it and they wouldn't refund your money.You are correct, but AEM does NOT make a quality product.
Ditto to youWithout any evidence, your statements ring hollow.
No, no buyers remorse here. I've seen their crap on other peoples cars and that was enough for me to know to stay away. I've wasn't stupid enough to waste my money on their crap.You sound like you have buyer's remorse, rather than any factual information... Like maybe you bought something, didn't like it and they wouldn't refund your money.
Like someone once said:I have evidence. We did an intake test here back in the day. That's where I got the 11.7whp number... from our own testing, not from AEM. I'd post the thread, but it went missing when the new owners transferred the board to their software.
Like I said, I've also been to their warehouse and production facility and seen how their stuff is made. I have also used their intakes on 3 Hyundai's, a Jeep, a Nissan Frontier and a 350Z. I've never had a single problem with any of them.