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Old 21-May-2006, 08:13 PM
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Option CF Air Intake

hey onyone know anything on this intake, ive read a thread on this particular intake and how it gave all round hp gain for a civic hatch, and i was wondering if anyone here has a testimonial or know anything on it,

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Old 21-May-2006, 09:15 PM
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the passwordjdm intake is a knockoff intake of another manufacturer i forgot who i believe its hks or something.
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Old 21-May-2006, 10:10 PM
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the whale ***** intake as they call it!!! my boy has that on his 00 civic sir... you wont feel any gain but they said you supposed to get like 4-5 hp which my buddy doesn't believe.... but one thing though!!!! when you WOT!!!!! it sounds like a monster with that intake!!!
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hmm, in your oppinions what type of intake should i get? and what is the price range and install procedure for it? easy hard?
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AEM makes more power if thats what you're looking for..
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Originally posted by blk98cx
the whale ***** intake as they call it!!! my boy has that on his 00 civic sir... you wont feel any gain but they said you supposed to get like 4-5 hp which my buddy doesn't believe.... but one thing though!!!! when you WOT!!!!! it sounds like a monster with that intake!!!
if i want to ahve a nice noise,
some notice of increase in power or torque
economical cost
easy install and local purchase

what woudl you recomment?
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Old 21-May-2006, 11:41 PM
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AEM SRI, or any SRI but make sure you get good filter.
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Originally posted by crazydragonclk


if i want to ahve a nice noise,
some notice of increase in power or torque
economical cost
easy install and local purchase

what woudl you recomment?
-intake will give you more noise
-hp/tq increase on ur d motor wont be noticible
-they can range from 20 - 200
- all intakes are fairly easy to install
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Old 22-May-2006, 09:15 AM
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i agree with 95civic_hb....you wont feel any increase on power...any intake will give you a little noise but i think any cold air will be louder than short ram or the other way around! aem is a good brand!! but for me i think they all do the same!!!
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Old 22-May-2006, 01:15 PM
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if you want a better noise... just take the snorkel off of your intake.. just leave the box right by the manifold... it's a gangsta way of having an intake. and makes me laugh because i have a craptacular 1.6 and would NEVER put ANY money into that motor.

it is for pure comical value.
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i have a coupe, but im looking for s short ram intake right not those long ones that go down into the bumper
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I infact actually have this intake on my car.
When it was put on it was dynoed right after and it did make a 5hp gain. Mind you its on a B18C1.. C5 Head.. it does gives the motor a nice deep tone.

The only downside... its a big eyesore in your motor :P
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yeah, that intake gives your motor a nice throaty tone... it sounds nice... and i have been doing searches and there is nothing but positive reviews on it.
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IMO, a good air filter is more important than the pipe itself unless your you're going for a built up motor that requires more air to combust with more fuel... then yes, a larger and free flow pipe is better, otherwise, a good air filter will do the job

an expensive pipe is easte of money because it doesn't really give you more power but noise and rice level
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And intake isn't noticable on any car power wise, it's just benificial in terms of air quality. A good way to go about it is to remove your airbox and noice reduction box and then just clamp a cone filter on the plastic air hose and get it secured.
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Originally posted by Bryce
I infact actually have this intake on my car.
When it was put on it was dynoed right after and it did make a 5hp gain. Mind you its on a B18C1.. C5 Head.. it does gives the motor a nice deep tone.

The only downside... its a big eyesore in your motor :P
it wouldnt make sense to dyno your car after u put an intake on ... unless u put the intake on when u did a swap, otherwise it would be a waste of money ... lol ...
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no intake will give you claimed power without tuning it.
simple as that.
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its tuned ... @ neetronics by paul i belive
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ARC> ALL
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that looks heavy?
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