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TYPE S intake..Anyone Familiar with it?

Had a meet this past weekend with some fellow prelude owners, came across
A fairly mint Type SH, with some Type S bolt on goodies. A few to name were
The Type S strut bar and that the guy actually fabricated the chassis for it to fit, and a
Type S intake, which I found appealing, more so than our US version.

I would really like one, but as I read on about the Type S engine specs, the purpose for the Type S intake was to support all the other changes,( the bigger exhaust, the port/polished engine, the higher compression). Would getting a Type S intake do anything for performance even if I open up the exhaust more? Considering air flow is good, would I notice a change? Or if there is no change in HP is it a better intake to use just for the heck of it?
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Re: TYPE S intake..Anyone Familiar with it?

Ok 1) Search 2) yes it will it actually is proven to make more HP then after market (right or wrong guys). 3) You could also take out the resonator and deepen the sound of your car.

Pretty sure this info is correct because I have also been looking into one.
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Re: TYPE S intake..Anyone Familiar with it?

It's there for bling more or less. 98vtec did a dyno test with stock, type s, SRI, and CAI. The CAI was the winner, especially after a tune.
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Ok my research was wrong sorry guys.
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Re: TYPE S intake..Anyone Familiar with it?

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Ok my research was wrong sorry guys.
It wasn't entirely wrong. The intake helps, but it's not the mas gains people think. For a bit more, you can get a good CAI. Or for less, get an ebay one and its the same ****.
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It's there for bling more or less. 98vtec did a dyno test with stock, type s, SRI, and CAI. The CAI was the winner, especially after a tune.
right on.. i loved the look of it.. it just looks like it was made more for my car rather than that stock tube.. i mean the airbox is the same but, the tubing is just sleeker..

not sleek enough fro me to pay over 250$ for it right now..

maybe i can find a dude who totalled his lude and doesnt know what he's got haha..
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Re: TYPE S intake..Anyone Familiar with it?

I thought the type s actually added more power. and the short ram and cai actually took away power?
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Re: TYPE S intake..Anyone Familiar with it?

i believe when i looked at a dyno a AEM V2 had the same if not alittle more (not much) then the Type S intake. i could be wrong, but it also depends on where you live with what you should get. I got a SRI because where I live, my roads flood and I don't want to risk it, no matter what my fellow NJPOC says lol

edit: here is a link that you should check out that has each type of intake, the advantages/disadvantages, and which is the most popular/best one of that intake
http://preludezone.com/showthread.php?t=3472 there are also dyno tests in there.
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Re: TYPE S intake..Anyone Familiar with it?

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i believe when i looked at a dyno a AEM V2 had the same if not alittle more (not much) then the Type S intake. i could be wrong, but it also depends on where you live with what you should get. I got a SRI because where I live, my roads flood and I don't want to risk it, no matter what my fellow NJPOC says lol

edit: here is a link that you should check out that has each type of intake, the advantages/disadvantages, and which is the most popular/best one of that intake
http://preludezone.com/showthread.php?t=3472 there are also dyno tests in there.
oh ya huh. but all it really comes down to is what you prefer. theres really not any differance at all. i wouldnt be worried about 1-3hp or 1-3lb ft. i got the type s because its subtle and i had just gotten a k&n filter. plus im thinking about going down the n/a route. but i got a few more years to think about that stuff
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Re: TYPE S intake..Anyone Familiar with it?

http://yhst-1408381693991.stores.yah...ysdyairin.html

$190 for the type s, not bad ive been thinking about getting it.
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Re: TYPE S intake..Anyone Familiar with it?

eBay CAI $40 shipped, better than any stupidly over priced $200 AEM V2, CAI, and/or SRI.
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Re: TYPE S intake..Anyone Familiar with it?

The type S does give a lot of horsepower for the prelude, it's one of the main part's that give it all that stock horsepower! but it's no match to a good aftermaket part!
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The type S does give a lot of horsepower for the prelude, it's one of the main part's that give it all that stock horsepower! but it's no match to a good aftermaket part!
so i guess the higher compression and more aggressive valve lift profiles fall in 2nd and 3rd place....
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whats a type s intake? o_0
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whats a type s intake? o_0
You've been around long enough to know what a Type S intake is, I am disappointed in you!

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But doesn't a CAI or even the V2 lose low end power, especially compared to the type s? Personally, (I know I'm in the minority on this) but I never get over 4k rpm and generally shift around 2.5k to 3k rpm.

On a side note, with all of the differences to the Type S, doesn't 220hp seem a little conservative?
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SRI helps on low end but hurts you on top end.

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The type S does give a lot of horsepower for the prelude, it's one of the main part's that give it all that stock horsepower! but it's no match to a good aftermaket part!
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Even over the Type S?
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The type S does give a lot of horsepower for the prelude, it's one of the main part's that give it all that stock horsepower! but it's no match to a good aftermaket part!
fail!!! wrong...haha... this is just dumb.
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But doesn't a CAI or even the V2 lose low end power, especially compared to the type s? Personally, (I know I'm in the minority on this) but I never get over 4k rpm and generally shift around 2.5k to 3k rpm.

Then what need do you have for any type of air intake upgrade? If you always shift pre-4k, then upgrading your intake is kind of a waste of money. You can throw the best intake on in the world, and you'll still be slower than a bone stock car if they are shifting at 7k and you're shifting at 2.5k-4k. I dunno, just kinda seems like a waste of money to me.

On a side note, with all of the differences to the Type S, doesn't 220hp seem a little conservative?

Believe it or not, the Type S doesn't really have all that many differences from a USDM Type SH. Remember that it uses the same block with the biggest difference really being the pistons and cams creating more valve lift and a higher compression ratio, and it's not like they are drastically more aggressive. And like 98vtec said... most of that horsepower comes from valve lift and compression ratio, and not the slightly less restrictive air intake system.
To put this to bed:

It has been dyno tested before and proven... as far as net HP goes, a CAI or V2 are your best bets. In the test that Blake (98vtec) did, I believe the Type S actually LOST power compared to the stock intake on his setup. You have to remember that the Type S intake was engineered to make more power on a Type S motor, it was never engineered to ever even see a USDM motor.
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To put this to bed:

It has been dyno tested before and proven... as far as net HP goes, a CAI or V2 are your best bets. In the test that Blake (98vtec) did, I believe the Type S actually LOST power compared to the stock intake on his setup. You have to remember that the Type S intake was engineered to make more power on a Type S motor, it was never engineered to ever even see a USDM motor.
I already have the AEM CAI, I used to be young and live in the suburbs so I didn't always shift that low. This is why I'm interested in an intake that's better for low rpms.

In regards to the type s motor I wasn't referring to just the intake but every thing that is different, specifically the higher compression ratio. The compression is 10% higher which is a pretty big increase and it takes all of these different parts, cams, I/H/E/TB increased red line etc. for only a 10% increase in power. It just seems like the sum of these parts would be closer to 230hp or 240hp.
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I already have the AEM CAI, I used to be young and live in the suburbs so I didn't always shift that low. This is why I'm interested in an intake that's better for low rpms.

In regards to the type s motor I wasn't referring to just the intake but every thing that is different, specifically the higher compression ratio. The compression is 10% higher which is a pretty big increase and it takes all of these different parts, cams, I/H/E/TB increased red line etc. for only a 10% increase in power. It just seems like the sum of these parts would be closer to 230hp or 240hp.
I know what you meant, I didn't think you were only talking about the intake...

What I'm saying is, the motor is not as drastically different as you are making it out to be. The biggest changes come from more aggressive cam profile and valve lift and more aggressive pistons, netting a higher compression ratio. It does definitely breathe better, but the biggest difference is still coming from the compression ratio and valve lift.

Also, what makes you think that increasing your compression ratio by 10% and letting it breath a bit better is going to net you a 20% increase in brake horsepower? 40 HP is a big number... hell, 20 HP is already a big number.

It is what it is.

Another thing to think about is that you could absolutely be right, and the type s might very well make more than 217 HP. Japanese sports car manufacturers are notorious for giving conservative power estimates because of their strict laws and taxes for high performance cars over there.
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