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it's 7.9hp increase on dyno.
where are your dyno's to prove it?

All the intakes i tested


Stock (with resonators removed) vs. V2


Untuned AEM cold air vs. Tuned short ram (stock intake arm with cone filter)


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has anyone tried one of those ebay intakes with a k&n filter? I put one on and havent noticed too much of a difference except for the sound. Which might sound better if my exhaust wasnt f'ed up lol.
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That's exactly what we've all heard about them.
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thankyou blake - i have tried explaining this time and time again until im blue in the face and then once you think the topic is over another idiot turns up with some bogus figures!!!
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okay thanks.
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So all in all its not worth getting a cai or even a ram intake unless u are getting it soley for sound or maybe a horse or two. so im guessing the best place to start on a stock lude would be more like exhaust or something like that? Ive been thinking of getting a AEM intake for a little while but now im starting to think of getting a greddy exxhaust. Is this a better idea and is there maybe a better exhaust out there for the same price or cheaper?

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Re: Q&A - Intakes

Tuned length intake and ecu tuning is the best. Bolt on CAI with tuning is second best.
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Re: Q&A - Intakes

For those who have little to no idea, could you give a brief description of the process of tuning an intake?
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Re: Q&A - Intakes

I know im going to get flamed for this. But i just received a SRI and for the life of me i cant figure out why its rubbing on the hood, all the connections are snug and nothing is hanging onto it. Is there something im missing here?
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Re: Q&A - Intakes

what kind of SRI did you get? i know i got a AEM V2 and had that problem, but i had to relocate a small black box (for the love of me i cant remember what its call) over and use the hole to support and lower my intake a bit
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Re: Q&A - Intakes

i am looking for an in take but i dont know which one to get. this thread helped a lot though.
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Lol I dk if I would be expecting an aem sri to give me 8whp consistently.

I believe the op forgot to mention the injen sri, in the list of possible sri's
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Re: Q&A - Intakes

Hey on the intake debate I have AEM v2 & love it but nobody mentions the m.p.g you gain.In these trying times it is awesome!
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I believe the op forgot to mention the injen sri, in the list of possible sri's
It was never intended to be a comprehensive list of what was on the market, just a couple of examples for the type.

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Hey on the intake debate I have AEM v2 & love it but nobody mentions the m.p.g you gain.In these trying times it is awesome!
Sorry mate, but I call

The first week I had my intake on I noticed a huge increase in economy, but by the third week it had returned to normal. I later realised that the reason was my missus had driven the car mostly on the first week, and she doesn't drive it with the throttle open as much as I do.

I just struggle to believe that something that increases the engine's efficiency so much that it yeilds hugely low horsepower gains at the wheels can improve fuel economy any measureable amount. Driving style (rpm at gear change, highway vs city driving, etc), wind, tyre pressures, weather conditions, things like this all effect economy as well, and more so than an intake would.
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Re: Q&A - Intakes

Most of ya'll have the later Gen's of the Preys (i like prey better than lude lol)
i have the 3rd gen (88 SI), and i can barely find anything to add on to the stock b20a engine, right now im rebuiling the car and id like to just get it running for now. eventually im going to look at an engine swap later next year. for now though im thinking of just making mods to where i can fit a later gen cold air intake and what not. Got any ideas?
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I am using an AEM v2 cai & I saw improvements on my gas mileage I also know this guy that put one on his Jeep Commander & one guy that put one on his Mustang & both said they saw gas mileage improvements. I guess I have to back out of my driveway & drive thru subdivisions like I am on a racetrack to see that cai are only good for hp & torque.Anyways you should see improved gas mileage depending on which cai you are using & if it is tuned properly.
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Re: Q&A - Intakes

For what it's worth, I just swapped to a K&N filter and popped the resonator, butterfly valve (the twin tube thing), and the butterfly valve controller out of my car (stock intake). I don't particularly notice any changes other than an audible difference above 4000rpm. There may be slightly more power, but I won't say "it's definitely faster" while there's a chance it could be entirely in my mind.

Seems similar to a CAI given the intake now sucks air from straight under the air cleaner box, but I also don't see any reason to worry about getting water up in there - wouldn't you have to drive through a puddle like 2+ feet deep to even come close to the air box, even if some splashes up in there somehow?
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Yes you would have to drive in 2+ feet of water and have it spash up on your car. That is why I got the AEM v2 cold air intake system, it follows the same path, but stops behind the battery. It does not go all the way down behind the wheel. You still have to be careful and not run it thru deep water since the plate that blocks out water may be taken off for the cai to work properly, also you do not need a by pass valve like the short rams do AEM themselves do not recomend nor sell it for the v2.It is an improved model from the short rams.
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For what it's worth, I just swapped to a K&N filter and popped the resonator, butterfly valve (the twin tube thing), and the butterfly valve controller out of my car (stock intake). I don't particularly notice any changes other than an audible difference above 4000rpm. There may be slightly more power, but I won't say "it's definitely faster" while there's a chance it could be entirely in my mind.
Hooray! Somebody who has modded their induction system and doesn't think they've gained 20whp!

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Seems similar to a CAI given the intake now sucks air from straight under the air cleaner box, but I also don't see any reason to worry about getting water up in there - wouldn't you have to drive through a puddle like 2+ feet deep to even come close to the air box, even if some splashes up in there somehow?
You're exactly right. Even then, the water has to get past your shiny new K&N filter before it can get into the engine.
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would a SRI with a air duct attached be just like a CAI?
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Yes you would have to drive in 2+ feet of water and have it spash up on your car. That is why I got the AEM v2 cold air intake system, it follows the same path, but stops behind the battery. It does not go all the way down behind the wheel. You still have to be careful and not run it thru deep water since the plate that blocks out water may be taken off for the cai to work properly, also you do not need a by pass valve like the short rams do AEM themselves do not recomend nor sell it for the v2.It is an improved model from the short rams.
Someone correct me if I'm wrong but isn't a CAI the one that runs down to near the front wheel and the short ram is the one that sits behind the battery?!?!
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Someone correct me if I'm wrong but isn't a CAI the one that runs down to near the front wheel and the short ram is the one that sits behind the battery?!?!
that sounds right to me
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would a SRI with a air duct attached be just like a CAI?
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Someone correct me if I'm wrong but isn't a CAI the one that runs down to near the front wheel and the short ram is the one that sits behind the battery?!?!
Yes. The AEM V2 is actually a SRI, however they call it a cai. If you really want to be confused, look up on the AEM website for the cold air induction.
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Re: Q&A - Intakes

I know I am bringing up old sh** but for those that don't want to read through the whole thread:

SRI's suck
CAI's can only be the tiniest bit better than the stock but only w/ a tune
Stock air box - resonator + k&n drop in = best performance/best price
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I know I am bringing up old sh** but for those that don't want to read through the whole thread:

SRI's suck
CAI's can only be the tiniest bit better than the stock but only w/ a tune
Stock air box - resonator + k&n drop in = best performance/best price
FTW!!!!!!
the part i didnt post is a graph of AEM CAI tuned with vtec crossover adjustment and tuning on my old motor.



crossover starts at 5200 and ends up at 4200 for best power. That is HUGE gains.

Heres a stock h22a with bolt ons (Skunk2 IM, Apexi Exhaust, Dc header) and a little tuning action with Crome and the AEM CAI.

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hey guys, honestly im kinda too lazy to read all four pages of posts, but i have a quick question. one that was probly answered a few times but like i said, too much to read. lol. anyway, i jst got my new AEM cai and its all one piece, not like the others. so if i was to install a bypass valve, were the hell would i put it? would i have to cut my intake? and i live in sacramento CA, were it pretty dry all year, but i gotta say, wen it rains, it pours. so do i really even need one? thanks for the help guys.
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the part i didnt post is a graph of AEM CAI tuned with vtec crossover adjustment and tuning on my old motor.



crossover starts at 5200 and ends up at 4200 for best power. That is HUGE gains.

Heres a stock h22a with bolt ons (Skunk2 IM, Apexi Exhaust, Dc header) and a little tuning action with Crome and the AEM CAI.

I don't understand what you are saying. I guess i missed your post before
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Get a Fujita intake!! i love mine alot and it sounds siick when vtec hits and it gives you good power throughout all rpm ranges but mostly mid range.
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just bought my first car: a 1999 prelude.
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