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Ive searched the forum and found three types of intakes most people use the Injen intake which sometimes throws the CEL but if you get the MAF Customizer it can prevent that
If you get the CPE Mafci then you won't have to worry about the CEL. And then the AEM intake has the same problem as the Injen but if you buy the Safc-ii contoller then you can prevent the CEL
My question is isn't it a better deal to go with the AEM because with the safc-ii controller you can do more than the Injen and Cpe?
 

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no matter what intake you get, there's always an a/f mixture tool that will keep the CEL from coming on.

personally, unless you have the 6s, the CPE isn't worth it. go Injen or AEM, but that choice is up to you.
 

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Don't know where else to post this

Ive searched the forum and found three types of intakes most people use the Injen intake which sometimes throws the CEL but if you get the MAF Customizer it can prevent that
If you get the CPE Mafci then you won't have to worry about the CEL. And then the AEM intake has the same problem as the Injen but if you buy the Safc-ii contoller then you can prevent the CEL
My question is isn't it a better deal to go with the AEM because with the safc-ii controller you can do more than the Injen and Cpe?
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You can do A LOT more with a tuneable CPE than with a SAFC. The SAFC doesn't work well with our cars. Your best bet is a tuneable CPE unit
 
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