Short Ram Air Intake 2017 Rolla?

Discussion in '2014 + Toyota Corolla' started by Jaxx, Dec 11, 2017.

  1. Jaxx

    Jaxx New Member

    Hey there guys!

    So I am wanting to get a little more power out of my rolla. Currently I have a high air filter being installed but I was curious about the short ram. Is it possible to fit one in my engine bay? Is it worth it? I finally discovered the sweet spot to launch off the line but I was curious if there may be a difference between the short ram and the high air filter. I plan on putting some other performace parts into it in the future, but for now the high air filter is planned to be installed on the 18th.

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  3. Chris Denton

    Chris Denton New Member

    Get a Pedal Commander! You won’t be sorry!! This should be everyone’s first mod. I was skeptic too, until I got one.

    If you don’t know what it is, YouTube is a great resource.
    It’s a module that goes between your accelerator pedal wiring harness (plug and play). It will eliminate the drive by wire lag. It’s like having all of your horsepower available from a dead stop. I have one and absolutely love it!
    It’s a bit pricey but there are coupon codes available online, usually at 20% off with free shipping.

    As for the intakes, see the other posts in the forum. There are lots of debates on this. I have had all of them. Upgraded filter in my OEM, cold air and short ram. I’m currently using the short ram with a Jetchip MAF sensor.
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  4. Scott Lakin

    Scott Lakin New Member

    Where did you buy it
  5. Chris Denton

    Chris Denton New Member

    I bought mine directly from Pedal Commander. Look online for a coupon if they don’t already have it on sale for Christmas.
    You can try BLK20 for 20% off, but it might have expired.
    Last edited: Dec 19, 2017
  6. Chris Denton

    Chris Denton New Member

  7. qmantran

    qmantran New Member

    You Corolla owners bring a smile to my face trying to make it faster.

    What are you guys racing? Toyota prius? Chevy spark?

    You can put those bogus aftermarket MAF sensor on it, those ridiculous throttle manipulators, air intake systems and still get out ran by a Toyota Sienna
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  8. Chris Denton

    Chris Denton New Member

    16B179EA-0CC5-4A3E-9647-AE0594312D54.jpeg I say again, wanna race?
  9. qmantran

    qmantran New Member

    Cute hot air intake you got there. I see you're also running that bogus aftermarket $200 MAF sensor. All of those and the addition of your $300 throttle manipulator must have really turned your CVT auto economy car into a real beast.

    It must be very thrilling driving a 10 second 0-60mph and 18 second 1/4 mile beast everday.

    Brother you would get out ran by both a Toyota Sienna and Honda Odyssey mini-van so please don't go around asking for races.

    Corollas are meant to be 30+mpg economy cars, hence the CVT auto and the Prius sized motor making a astonishing 130hp. Oops, I mean 132hp!, apologies.

    Corollas take ~30 seconds to run 0 to 100mph for crying out loud!
  10. qmantran

    qmantran New Member

  11. qmantran

    qmantran New Member

    S for SLOW, not sport

  12. Scott Lakin

    Scott Lakin New Member

    What kind of a difference has it made.
  13. qmantran

    qmantran New Member

    It gained about +35HP and now does 0-60 in 6 seconds. My MPG is always 38+ and I drive the car hard all the time. My front tires squeal when I floor it from a stop and it chirps when the CVT goes to the next gear.

    I raced a 2007+ Civic Si on the highway today from 40, 50, 60 to 100. It was a close race but I beat him by 4 cars. We raced 5 times. He honked all 5x
  14. Chris Denton

    Chris Denton New Member

    Throttle response is way better!
  15. Scott Lakin

    Scott Lakin New Member

    So if you took off traction control you could smoke the tires.
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  16. Chris Denton

    Chris Denton New Member

    I think he’s smokin more than just tires!
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  17. Ricky Rios

    Ricky Rios New Member

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  18. qmantran

    qmantran New Member

    Are you not??
  19. FinalGear

    FinalGear New Member

    :D of course it's slow.. but, @ the gas pump.. $$$ :p
  20. Rbyers87

    Rbyers87 New Member

    38+? Lol you wish. I have a 2017 and leave in eco mode but only get 31-32mpg

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