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Old 30 Jan 2009, 02:44 am
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Exclamation Cold Air Intake

Dose anyone know how to, or know a site that shows you, how to install a cold air intake system on a 94 honda accord? Or dose anyone have any tips or advice to give about installing it. right now i have found a few sites but the cars are have very different engine, so i do not know witch one is more like my car.

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Old 30 Jan 2009, 09:17 am
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Default Re: Cold Air Intake

Installing the intake is as easy as this:

Take old intake out.
Put new intake on.
Tighten clamps.

That is, by far, the easiest mod that you can do to a car. It really is simple. Try it out. You might be suprised that it wasn't more than you expected it to be.
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