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Old 06-04-2009, 09:34 PM
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Greddy or Aem

Ok so i hope this is the right place to put this. But anyway im really torn between a greddy evo2(or a better greddy exhaust if anyone has suggestions) or a AEM V2 cold air intake. I have a stock 01 prelude at the moment but this is just the begining. I do get a pretty good price through my dad so thats why im willing to get the best parts for my car. Also im in love with my car and plan on having it for so freaking long

O and also i will be making my decison in 6 days or ao on wich part i want and I am 100% going with whatever YOU say is best

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Re: Greddy or Aem

get the v2 cold air, more performance :D
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Re: Greddy or Aem

Well, if you don't really want something loud, just stick with an intake first. Then if you want some more sound, get an exhaust. I have the greddy evo 2 and it is pretty quiet at low speeds-mid speeds. It gets up there around the 4k mark.
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Re: Greddy or Aem

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Re: Greddy or Aem

Honestly I would use the search button first and and search for CAI there are other types of CAI that gives better gains then the AEM V2 I can say this because I actually own both of them only the sound improve on ur intake i would just either buy type S intake or go with stock and buy the Evo2
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Re: Greddy or Aem

by the way is it BASE or SH ? and you might try to look at Greddy Spectrum I heard good reviews about them or even try youtube for exhaust clips
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Re: Greddy or Aem

If you want to spend money on parts that make no difference, then go the V2. If you want to make lots of noise, go the exhaust.

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