2.0L LSJ Performance Tech 205hp Supercharged SS tuner version. 200 lb-ft of torque.
View Poll Results: 2.0 LSJ ONLY: What intake do you have?
K&N Intake
24.03%
Injen Intake
45.18%
Fujita Intake
7.14%
AEM Intake
10.39%
XTC Intake
1.21%
JBP Intake
0.83%
Ebay Intake
5.84%
Rebel AutoWorx Intake
4.55%
RDFabs Intake
0.83%
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SS/SC intakes

Old 02-14-2007, 04:46 PM
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That looks pretty good there. Im bout to order an Injen intake anyday now. Cant wait.
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Old 02-14-2007, 08:36 PM
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The K&N with the AEM dryflow seems to have the best results....i.e. No CEL problems. Injen seems to be throwing CELs left and right.
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Old 02-19-2007, 02:10 PM
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AEM dryflow? Where can u get that from?
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Old 02-19-2007, 02:51 PM
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You can buy them directly from AEM's website
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Here you go:
http://www.aempower.com/ViewCategory.aspx?CategoryID=93

Get an inner diameter measurement of your current filter neck or outer diameter measurement of your current intake pipe and match it to one on their list
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so between the injen and the fujita what is the best intake in terms of hp gains, sound, cel, intstall, and price? if u know of any sound clips could u let me know.
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Originally Posted by jon_0_3 View Post
so between the injen and the fujita what is the best intake in terms of hp gains, sound, cel, intstall, and price? if u know of any sound clips could u let me know.
Injen Intake:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fh1IaHeXc5k

Haven't heard/seen any Fujita setup cobalts though..


Injen shows the most gains out of the intakes for most cars to start with. the design "should" be the same if not, extremely similar in angles and tube routing for both Injen and Fujita.
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does anyone know anything about the weapon-r dragon intake? i seen one on ebay and i was just wondering if it was any good.
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Originally Posted by Web View Post
Here you go:
http://www.aempower.com/ViewCategory.aspx?CategoryID=93

Get an inner diameter measurement of your current filter neck or outer diameter measurement of your current intake pipe and match it to one on their list
Thanks man i appreciate it. Does it matter what type of filter i should get.
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Old 02-23-2007, 11:42 AM
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Originally Posted by SlayeR36987 View Post
Thanks man i appreciate it. Does it matter what type of filter i should get.
You have to get the one that fits the outer diameter of your intake pipe and the length should just be no more than 5 inches long.

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does anyone know anything about the weapon-r dragon intake? i seen one on ebay and i was just wondering if it was any good.
don't buy anything weapon R or MMW...(same company).....sh*tty products and numbers are not representative of what the car produces.

Stick to Injen/K&N/AEM.

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www.f5air.com there dyno sheet on a cobalt s/c is 10plus on both hp and torque..and its the only 3 inch intake on the market...i bought it and i would receommend it over the others...
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i need some help bought a injen intake from cobalt addiction
have everything installed correctly. but problem is the car will not run well
at all. it seems to be going in limp mode. this with out driving it.
any help will be greatly app.
ps.have istalled a mass air flow sensor and runs with stock intake on
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Originally Posted by cleanupguy View Post
i need some help bought a injen intake from cobalt addiction
have everything installed correctly. but problem is the car will not run well
at all. it seems to be going in limp mode. this with out driving it.
any help will be greatly app.
ps.have istalled a mass air flow sensor and runs with stock intake on
Did you disconnect the battery for a few minutes and reconnect it? This will reset the ECU and allow it to "re-learn" the new airflow and give it the ability to adjust fuel usage.
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Originally Posted by cleanupguy View Post
i need some help bought a injen intake from cobalt addiction
have everything installed correctly. but problem is the car will not run well
at all. it seems to be going in limp mode. this with out driving it.
any help will be greatly app.
ps.have istalled a mass air flow sensor and runs with stock intake on
No one ever mentions CA CAI it is also 3" and really good quality with proven gains. Highly recommended
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Old 02-25-2007, 06:08 PM
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will try it thanks a lot so very upset web
same car same color sweet
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Old 02-25-2007, 11:29 PM
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Originally Posted by jeffrieckonfiyaaa View Post
okay, after reading all of these posts and some on ss.com, no matter what intake i get, the CEL has a good chance of coming on?

because i want to either get the AEM of INJEN CAI, but dont really want to deal with the hassle of the light.
i just installed the AEM dryflow intake yesterday, perfect fit, quite simple and sick sound. plus i went from hitting 13psi to 15psi @ 32 degrees. AND NO CEL
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Old 02-25-2007, 11:42 PM
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Originally Posted by Boost Fr33k View Post
i just installed the AEM dryflow intake yesterday, perfect fit, quite simple and sick sound. plus i went from hitting 13psi to 15psi @ 32 degrees. AND NO CEL
same, cept i went with injen. so CEL's here at all. as for my boost...havent watched it...i usually try not to run this car TOO hard.
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Old 02-27-2007, 11:01 PM
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what kinda intake should i get for my ss/sc. also how big of exhaust should i get put on also u think 3 inch is to big
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Originally Posted by Blue 05 SS/SC View Post
what kinda intake should i get for my ss/sc. also how big of exhaust should i get put on also u think 3 inch is to big
Seems like it's up in the air between: K&N/Fujita/Injen

For the exhaust, other's please correct me if I'm wrong on this:

For S/C and N/A settings, you don't want to go much bigger than 2.5-2.75 inches inner diameter due to excess loss of pressure. In a S/C application (like yours), I would say 2.75 would be the largest I would go b/c you're still relying on the engine to produce the power and not the exhaust (just like an N/A). The S/C does help keep constant pressure in the manifold BUT, if you allow more and more exhaust gas to escape FASTER, the engine will be working harder to keep a constant pressure and be playing catch up.

Now, turbos, those you want immediate exhaust exit b/c the power of the engine is manipulated DIRECTLY by the exhaust flow itself. That's why a lot of turbo cars have electronic/mechanical dumps right after the down pipe. The faster you can get the exhaust to escape, the faster the turbine can spool thus...creating more pressure in the manifold.

For the S/C Cobalt, again, I would say no more than 2.75 inches INNER diameter for optimal performance. Anyone else got ideas?
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does anybody have the jbp intake cause i have it just havent installed it yet
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as for the exhaust i have a custom 3" catback with
a 5.25 tip for about 3 bills
i am having a fitment issue with my injen intake
does anyone know which way the mass air sensor
should point the little arrow on it mine points
down stream toward the air filter any help will
be app thanks
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Originally Posted by cleanupguy View Post
as for the exhaust i have a custom 3" catback with
a 5.25 tip for about 3 bills
i am having a fitment issue with my injen intake
does anyone know which way the mass air sensor
should point the little arrow on it mine points
down stream toward the air filter any help will
be app thanks
Not 100% sure, but it should always point in the direction of the air flow.....I know exhaust parts are like that so I'm sure it would be the same for the intake. Should be pointing in the direction of the S/C.
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There's an opening on the bottom end of the MAF Sensor one only one side of it. That opening should face the oncoming air...

I don't remember which way the arrow points.
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there a little arrow on the sensor and two on the sensor
bracket which is welded on the air intake pipe.
the arrows on the stock airbox flow to the blower
but the arrows on the injen to the air fiter wtf
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Who cares about arrows?

There is a hole on only one side of the sensor. The sensor can either be mounted with the hole facing the filter or the S/C. It's a functional sensor and for it to function correctly incoming air has to be directed into that hole. The hole must face towards the filter...
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