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      09-06-2010, 08:18 AM   #1
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Injen DCI & Active Steering!!

Has anybody with Active Steering successfully installed the Injen Dual Cone Intake system?

It seems all the pictures of other installs I see don't have Active-Steering.

My issue is that the Power Steering reservoir pipes don't extend far enough to sit on the new cradle.

I left it sitting there for now, but now I'm hearing PS noises!!!

You can see the Active Steering Reservoir just sitting there...



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      09-06-2010, 09:00 AM   #2
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Yes you can do it, but there is no point, too expensive for the same gains as a simple BMS or EAS DCI. theres a few threads about this, search for them.
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i've searched (about Injen and Active Steering) to no avail

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I have Injen and active steering; you need to play with the piping from the bottom. It took me a good 10min to create slack.
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This is the reason I went with the BMS DCI. I didn't feel like re-locating the AS reservoir. I'm sure it can be done though. Didn't they offer a kit with brackets or something?
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I have Injen and active steering; you need to play with the piping from the bottom. It took me a good 10min to create slack.
Did you manage to put the AS Power Steering reservoir onto the provided bracket?

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This is the reason I went with the BMS DCI. I didn't feel like re-locating the AS reservoir. I'm sure it can be done though. Didn't they offer a kit with brackets or something?
It did come with brackets, but short of ripping the Power Steering hoses our of their clamps, it doesn't seem like the reservoir will relocate.

I think I will sell my Injen system and go with the more basic BMS or Vishnu. It looks the part, but not worth the headache.
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Crap I just bought a injen dual cone intake and on the box it saids Excludes active steering And I have active steering

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Crap I just bought a injen dual cone intake and on the box it saids Excludes active steering And I have active steering

I'm actually thinking about buying this intake. I'm assuming I shouldn't based on your last post. What are the cons?
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Do a search for STETT and active steering. They have the same issue and you may find more 'how too' guides.

I have active steering and researched the same thing, but in the end I just went with the CP-E DCI's as all others seemed like too much effort. Especially the Injen, as they're still just sucking the same hot air the BMS DCI's are...

If you really wanted the blue filters - just get two 4" reducer pipes made up and use the injen filters as you would the BMS DCI..

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