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Old 03-04-2009, 10:19 PM   #11
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how much did that cost ya if ya dont mind me asking...looks sweet
They run about $220.
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That sounds nice. From what I can see it looks good, but I'd love to see more pics.

Do you feel a difference? What did you have prior to the thrasher?
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Nice setup,I like it..

Man I have to get mine CAI installed but need a heat shield first...
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That sounds nice. From what I can see it looks good, but I'd love to see more pics.

Do you feel a difference? What did you have prior to the thrasher?
Hey Bump...I did notice a slight improvement in overall throttle response and when I go WOT, you can definitely feel it and hear it - it really draws the air in.

Prior to the Thrasher, I had a gutted air box with a K&N. There is no comparison between the two.

I will post more pictures later.
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very nice and clean lookingsounds good to!
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ive been toying with the thought of buying one myself vs making my own, box and all... which i have thought about... but id rather have one already made, my only problem is i cant find one for a 94 model

all the good intake systems are for the series 2, 96+... does anyone know where i can get a full, box and all, intake system for a 94 series 1 motor???

i can make my own if not but id rather have one like Kevins its purty
and if i have to make my own... what tubing would i need... the 90s range honda civic tubes at autozone wont work due to the air-ride compressor... its in the way... ive tried it
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awesome thank you for the specs

ill look and see if id be able to build one and drop it in, the problem would be the air-ride compressor and the windsheild wiper resevoir being in the way of one that size... but the info is appreciated regardless
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Hmmm..interesting. I have the gutted box and K&N filter currently.

I wonder if the difference would be as notable being N/A.

This might have to go on my wish list.
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Does that use the stock MAF and everything? BTW for the person that asked. It is listed on the Thrasher website @ $225.
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