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Old 24-Aug-2007, 09:54 PM
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Dumb Question.....

I just bought a '94 Si with a H22A swap done too it but I was wondering if anyone know's if there is a cold air intake that fits it? Or do any of the ones for My '94 Si coupe fit? Just thought it might need too be different with the different motor.
I did search but just didn't find what I was looking for. If possable gould someone also tell me what one is best bang for your buck as well. Wanna get a good one but don't wanna pay out the nose for it.

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Old 24-Aug-2007, 10:04 PM
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any short ram will fit...90% of the intakes made for your civic will also fit..with a little bit of modification if any...
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Old 24-Aug-2007, 10:07 PM
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so any of the cold air ones should fit? Any that are better deals or better all around? If there is a shop or something around Toronto thats good prices and could maybe check it for me too make sure please let me know.
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Old 24-Aug-2007, 10:18 PM
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honestly..just go Ebay its just a pipe with a filter...if anything get a K&N or any other name brand filter..but the ebay ones should suffice
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cool thanx
anyone have more input please do...
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you can also buy the generic piping from PI and most performance shops for cheap. I'd just go short ram though because there is not really any larger gains with a cold air imo but lots of people will argue it. Dont forget the H22 is a bigger engine is it might through off the piping of a cold air. So short ram for the easy install and less hassle with pretty much the same benefits if there is any.
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you can get an aem hybrid cold air intake if you want to spend the money.. if not basically any short ram intake will do
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Get some pipe and make your own cai.
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