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like the title says, does anybody have pictures of a v2 intake installed in their engine bay, because I have one, but it is painted black, and has a K&N filter on it...i am in California and need to get the carb exemption sticker, the people said that I'll need a picture of it installed in my car, without the stickers on it, so can anybody help me out?
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Re: Pictures of V2 intake installed in engine bay?

Thanks bro! Hmm...any pictures of a red prelude?
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Re: Pictures of V2 intake installed in engine bay?

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Thanks bro! Hmm...any pictures of a red prelude?
Search google man... It's not gonna look any different in the engine bay of a red Prelude as opposed to a silver one... it's still the v2.
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Re: Pictures of V2 intake installed in engine bay?

Well are they really that much better than something you can find off eBay? ha ha aha I guess I already know the answer to this as I am a firm believer in you get what you pay for, but seriously are there any dynos showing proof?

I know I would like to know, cause I have a cheap eBay CAI (converted to short ram) by yours truly. But I have been thinking about dumping money into one but not if I can get the same performace out of something that costs 1/4 of the cost of the V2.
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Well are they really that much better than something you can find off eBay? ha ha aha I guess I already know the answer to this as I am a firm believer in you get what you pay for, but seriously are there any dynos showing proof?

I know I would like to know, cause I have a cheap eBay CAI (converted to short ram) by yours truly. But I have been thinking about dumping money into one but not if I can get the same performace out of something that costs 1/4 of the cost of the V2.
These may help you:

AEM V2 vs AEM CAI - Honda Forum / Acura Forum - SuperHonda.com

H22A Prelude Intake Testing And Dyno Graphs | Acura | Honda Tuning

I personally have used both, the CAI and the v2. The v2 is in my engine bay now.
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Re: Pictures of V2 intake installed in engine bay?

No actually it doesn't its still split down the middle 50/50 unless like the guy at the end said a controlled test without a 3rd party. Take the same car, dyno it with a cheap eBay, short ram. Then same car install the V2. They wont do it because I bet AEM will loose, or be no better and they don't want you to know that.

So the difference is .19 HP? Not worth $300

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Re: Pictures of V2 intake installed in engine bay?

hey v2s are nice but why cant u just take a cone filter and put it directly on the intake manifold
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