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There's no need for a CAI on an elantra, it already has one. The intake is right above (and not behind) the radiator. If you plug a OBD 2 reader into your car, you'll find that your intake temperature usually runs about 20-25 degrees F above ambient right at your intake manifold.

CAI's are a thing of the past anyway, they gave your '95 honda civic a boost because of the way the civic was designed, but cars are different now days.

Due to electronic throttles, variable induction, valve timing, and ignition, the ECU compensates for any shift in intake temperature or other variable to make the most of what it is given.
Yes, but CAI's look and sound MUCH cooler! :cool:
 

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Throw injectors in the "Don't bother" catagory. If there actually happens to be anything aftermarket, it'll just be a direct replacement for your stock injectors. And you'll see zero gains after having spend a bunch of money on them. They won't even look cool like your CAI
 
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