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Old 03-01-2004, 07:41 PM   #11
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yup mine is the exact same thing as yours i paid 39.99 at Autozone
That'* the one! in the gaudy orange and yellow packaging...
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Old 03-02-2004, 12:51 AM   #12
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So what is it EXACTLY that I'm looking at here? A custom air intake for a Honda then?
What does it look like put together? Can you tell I've never used this type of intake before? :lol:
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Old 03-02-2004, 01:18 AM   #13
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It'll look like the one in willwrens' sig. My filter will probably not get here before my trip/spring break, so my finished setup will be MIA..

Not all honda ones will fit!!!
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what i did was ordered a matrix universal j pipe ($40) and its made of steel and chromed on the outside, steel doesnt transfer heat as well, then got a matrix silicone 3" coupler ($10), k&n extreme flow 9" filter ($50), home depot for two 3-4" hose clamps and auto zone for the gromet for the iat sensor, oh and not to mention my friend heat painted the inside of the pipe for me to prevent any possible rust and to help block heat. So all in all i spent a little over a $100 and got a good lookin and functioning intake..... just need to do the cold air box now....
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Old 03-02-2004, 05:42 PM   #16
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Joe yours is like half the length! Longer is better, because then it'* further from the engine heat.
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i would hit the washer resivore so i had to chop it
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Not enough bend? Or didn't cut from the short (TB) end?
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the filter end
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i have a 93 SE too, and want to find a intake. Any honda intake will fit? it sounds too easy... is there a certain pipe i need, or a certain shape? i see a lot on ebay for $20 bucks, but im skeptical on buying them. point me in the right direction bonneville gods!!
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