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I am going to buy a JBA exhaust system with an Injen CAI, however I can't seem to find a Injen CAI for a '07....not out for sale yet (?)

Should I wait for the CAI before installing my exhaust? I have a drop in K&N with the air box mod completed, if that makes a difference.
 

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NEVER wait to mod your truck! If you have the "full speed ahead" command, DO IT! :lol:

Your truck will benefit from either mod, whether installed together or months apart. The ECU will need to learn the new mod anyway. You can always reset the ECU, but the truck will relearn on its own, just takes a bit more time.

And I believe the injen CAI will work on the 07 if it's for the 04-06.
 

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Blackbeauty said:
NEVER wait to mod your truck! If you have the "full speed ahead" command, DO IT! :lol:

Your truck will benefit from either mod, whether installed together or months apart. The ECU will need to learn the new mod anyway. You can always reset the ECU, but the truck will relearn on its own, just takes a bit more time.

And I believe the injen CAI will work on the 07 if it's for the 04-06.
It should....I just put an 04-06 AEM CAI on my 08 TITAN. Fit just fine. Very nice too. :cheers:
 

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I have the Injen CAI and JBA exhuast on my 07. Nice choice :lol: Just choose the 06 model when ordering, it will fit just fine. The only modification you have to make is that the plastic engine cover will have to be trimmed just a bit to accomodate the intake tube.
 

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I have the Injen CAI and JBA exhuast on my 07. Nice choice :lol: Just choose the 06 model when ordering, it will fit just fine. The only modification you have to make is that the plastic engine cover will have to be trimmed just a bit to accomodate the intake tube.
Did you notice a huge difference when it was all together?


That is great that an 06 will fit.....christmas come early this year :jester:
 

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I installed the JBA first, and then a month later the Injen. They both made a big difference in the responsiveness and overall performance. IMO it is the best combination out there. The JBA is an easy bolt on install (but I would recommend tack welding at the slip joints) and the quality of both products is very high.
 
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