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Old 16 Jan 2008, 09:31 pm
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Default what are good companies for cold air intake, exhaust system and headers for a honda civic?

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Old 16 Jan 2008, 09:46 pm
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The DC one piece header is a great option for honda civics give you great low end torque for intake i would go with either the AEM or the passwordjdm carbon fiber setup looks very nice....
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Old 16 Jan 2008, 10:01 pm
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For the intake, AEM, Injen, Fujita are all popular choices and aren't bad companies either. I'd personally check out the Simota aeroform if you can get your hands on one. It's a bit more innovative in my opinion, with a front air duct that funnels the air through the front of the car. This has the benefits of a cold air intake and not worry about hydrolock (when intake is submerged in water from being too low).Headers, DC Sports is probably the most well known. OBX is another.Exhaust system, Greddy, Apexi, HKS to name a few. All Japanese companies, so their parts might or might not be out of your price range. Of course they differ in sound, so dyno-tests aside, it might be a bit more personal preference.
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Old 16 Jan 2008, 10:16 pm
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None of those mods are going to show any kind of power gain for your d series engine. Buy a cheap auto zone intake and an ebay exhaust. Cause if you don't you are wasting money. AEMs intake pipes are well over 100 bucks and autozone is like 40. And your exhaust like 400 - 500 for an apexi catback and from ebay it's so much cheaper to get like a megan racing or something. Unless you just want people to know you have jdm crap then spend that extra money.
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Greddy,Aem.
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