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Old 31 Mar 2004, 10:28 pm
Jim Yanik
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Default Re: K&N filter for my civic? please help!

"I'm Right" <> wrote in
news:grHac.3729$ m:

> Its a Filter you won't be appreciably adding any airflow.
> You wont use any more fuel

Yes,most of the restriction is in the complex intake ducting.

After I installed a Bomz cold air intake,I got a very noticeable power
increase.The OEM Integra intake ducting is very restrictive,I expect the
Honda's are similar.

Honda Tuning Magazine did flow bench and dyno tests on the K&N filter,and
two CAIs,and several short rams,on a RSX-S,and got 20 hp gain with the
CAIs,5-7 hp with the short rams,and NO increase with the K&N filter.

That article is why I decided on the CAI.

Jim Yanik
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