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Old 06 Oct 2007, 04:57 pm
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Default What Cold air intake is the best for my 06 civic?

AEM, Injen, Fujita or others, help!!! which on should I pick?? or *s it better to have short ram????IS A 06 CIVIC EX!!!!!
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Old 06 Oct 2007, 05:03 pm
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I have an "03 civic with a AEM V2 cold air intake. It gives a nice aggressive sound and keeps my engine cool no matter how rediculous I'm driving. I'd personally go with AEM.try these places:
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Old 06 Oct 2007, 05:13 pm
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only use one that has the filter compleatley covered. I have a 99 civic ex with a cold air the filter is mounted in the front right fender witch is fine untill it rains then i have to be carfull where i drive cause it likes to suck up water. what ever you pick just be aware of this problem and dont trust the filter that aem sells that you can put in the middle of your intake tube it dosent work.
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I'ma import hater but nasty comments have bad results on answers so. Honest to god to doesn't matter, you want to try to get the intake as far to the ground as possible. Usually you don't want to get too wide of a intake pipe because its slow down the air charge (similar concept applys when getting new exhaust). But most manufacturers have this mathed out.The noticable gains are minimal from one manufacturer to another but depending on the application your looking at a solid 5-7hp. Might not seem like much but its normally noticable. More over its an upgrade thats needed if you plan on going into more extensive modifications. That is unless you end of slapping on a can, a wing, and some NAWZ! stickers on the side and calling it good. Also on a side note, if you want to make a real difference look into a low shot nitrous application (75-100hp). It's REALLY safe if its done right with all the safety equipment installed.
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Old 06 Oct 2007, 05:18 pm
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The best performance cold air intakes are almost always K&N. Civics are no exception. K&N for your car.
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Old 06 Oct 2007, 05:23 pm
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in my opion any air intake will do, theres not a big different in horse power between what intake u get, also shortram is the way to go, unless the car is just for drag.. wont make notice differences between the two. Im from the rainy state of Washington soo shortram is what i do
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