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Old 24 Mar 2008, 10:48 am
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Default Which cold air intake should I use?


I'm curious to hear opinions on which intake I should put on my car. I just bought a new '08 Civic Si and wanted to put one on because I heard that it can add some good sounds, lends to better engine performance, increased HP and throttle responsiveness, and better fuel economy. So, that being said, which model is the best out there? I've heard that the SRI is better because water won't get into the filter but doesn't that sort of defeat the purpose of providing 'cold air' into the engine? If it's close in proximity, won't the air be just as warm as the OEM filter? Also, how difficult would the instillation be? The SRI seems easiest as you're basically doing a quite flop for the stock filter however the full intake seems like you'd almost have to remove the front bumber to put it in. Thanks and hope to hear back!
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