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Old 14 Sep 2007, 06:40 am
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Default is a fujita cold air intake any good for a 2006 civic ex or is aem better?

car is automatic
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Old 14 Sep 2007, 06:44 am
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both sucks. even coupled with a good exhaust system, cold air intake still suxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, save your money get a a turbo.
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Old 14 Sep 2007, 06:46 am
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there are no real differences between cold air intakes. You're just paying so much for AEM or Fujita because you're paying for the name, not the product. Get a cheap intake off ebay or something. And then maybe buy a better filter. Shouldn't cost you much.
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Old 14 Sep 2007, 06:48 am
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there are times where you want to buy name brand to get the best out of a product but when it comes to intakes, theyre all the same, a pipe and a filter. doesnt really matter. my friend once used the tubing from a dryer for his intake lol
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Old 14 Sep 2007, 06:54 am
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Definately buy a no name brand from Ebay. That is your best bet. Keep in mind that you dont want a cold air intake if you drive in the rain...ever. If you are going to be stupid and put one on and drive in the rain never go through a puddle and buy an AEM intake bypass valve this will at least improve your chances. If the intake sucks up some water your car is junk. If you dont beleive me I will let you talk to a girl I know who is still paying for her 2004 Celica GTS that she blew the motor on with 15,000 miles. Now she drives some 1982 toilet, but still pays $300 a month. Also dont waste your money on a shrt ram intake. As soon as your car heats up it will just suck hot air from the engine bay.
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