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Old 09-05-2007, 10:19 AM
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Icon14 Installed Cold Air Kit..WOW What a Difference!!!

I installed a cold air kit, (the pipe and filter go down below the fender into the front grill area). All I can say is wow, what a difference. Motor revs quicker, gets to V-tech faster and just overall performs better. The seat of the pants dyno says it made a definate performance improvement difference.

I'd recommend this mod to anyone who's looking for a little more. Great bang for the buck!

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Gotta love the good ole butt dyno.
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i think your mind is just making you think you got more power just cuz you added a mod to your car.

you prolly got 4hp, at most with an intake.
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$65.00 + s/h Ebay with a K&N filter.

For the nay sayers... If you've driven one stock then freed up the induction, there's a real difference you can feel. Acceleration is better, revs. faster and no more waiting for the V-tech air flaps to open.

I'm 48 years old, and have spent most of my mechanical time wrenching on slow things that nobody thought could be any faster, including boats, street race cars and 4x4 off road trucks, not to mention VFR1000F Superhawks, (see V-twin motors), and Harleys.

All I'm saying is don't don't knock it till ya try it......

Everybody has an opinion. Unfortunately some are based on fact and others on "What they think they know...."

All I'm trying to say is that a freer flowing intake does make a difference you can feel. Money well spent.

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$65.00 + s/h Ebay with a K&N filter.

For the nay sayers... If you've driven one stock then freed up the induction, there's a real difference you can feel. Acceleration is better, revs. faster and no more waiting for the V-tech air flaps to open.

I'm 48 years old, and have spent most of my mechanical time wrenching on slow things that nobody thought could be any faster, including boats, street race cars and 4x4 off road trucks, not to mention VFR1000F Superhawks, (see V-twin motors), and Harleys.

All I'm saying is don't don't knock it till ya try it......

Everybody has an opinion. Unfortunately some are based on fact and others on "What they think they know...."

All I'm trying to say is that a freer flowing intake does make a difference you can feel. Money well spent.

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Atleast u didn't spend over 100+ on an intake. But don't take this the wrong way... its all in your head. It's only noticeable when other things are done as well, h/e.. and other NA mods.

Plus theres no such thing as "V-tech" in cars. lol they make phones.
Do u have pix? =p
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good for you, if you think it revs faster then it must, if thats what you think then think it, dont let people change your mind, you seem to have experience in autos.

good find, post up pictures please
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It's actually been proven on a real dyno that you lose hp and low end torque with an air intake such as this. The stock air system works much better- as it was designed to.

The AEM V2 is the only aftermarket intake that outperforms the factory intake and TypeS intakes with an INCREASE in hp and low end torque.

It just SOUNDS like it revs quicker and SOUNDS like vtec kicks in earlier.

The computer tells vtec when to kick in- not the intake so right there is proof that you are looking for gains.

Nothing wrong with being happy with what you've done so continue being happy!
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mabey im wrong but i have to disagree?

ive heard and been told NUMEROUS times to get a diffrent intake due to the fact that the stock intake has rather poor circulation. and should replace it with a better one,

but i do also agree, the computer does tell the vtec when to kick in.
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I'm stuck on this one myself. I did the same deal where I got a CAI off ebay for like 50 bucks or so. I will say it definately SOUNDS like there is a major increase in power, but it doesn't FEEL like it. I don't know. I had an AEM CAI on my 96 accord and you could really feel the car start pulling a lot harder at higher rpms. The one on my lude just doesn't feel the same
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mabey im wrong but i have to disagree?

ive heard and been told NUMEROUS times to get a diffrent intake due to the fact that the stock intake has rather poor circulation. and should replace it with a better one,

but i do also agree, the computer does tell the vtec when to kick in.
I am sure you've heard and been told, but by whom?

This DOES work on most cars. Just getting a cheapo air intake will get more hp for MOST cars. But it really hurts the low end torque of the prelude. They got a lot of power out of this car by making the intake the way they did.
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Even cheap ebay intakes will give you more throttle response, but the main thing about the ebay intakes is the horrible filter heads they supply. I had one, used one for about 4 months and at the end of that 4th month, the filter was filthy, deformed on one side and nasty.

The AEM intake is very good, you're paying $$ for the design, 50-state legal or pending legality* and most important, the filter. AEM filters are great in quality.

Velocity1, good choice on the K&N filter, i'm using one myself.
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aftermarket intake does make a difference over the stock box. The stock box is really restrictive. so any piping will make the air flow better. gains are minimal from intakes. don't expect too much from them unless you have complimentary additives however. ie exhaust and header etc.

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You BARELY gain high rpm hp and you LOSE low rpm torque with tube/cone intakes in a 5g prelude.

It's been proven.

Show me dyno results saying otherwise.

In the mean time, I'll look for the posts and charts to back up what I am saying.
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i mainly like intakes for their sound. although having an intake makes you think your car is a lot faster when it really isn't. =/
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So then who is right and who is wrong?..Im trying to learn some stuff here!!LOL!!!
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Here you go guys- one article I've read. Guy has quite a bit of mods which should have helped an aftermarket intake provide a few more horsepower (since they really only add a small percentage, not a real number like 10hp.)

He clearly gets the best results from stock intakes with the AEM V2 being a little bit better but that is a far cry from the cheap ebay junk we have been talking about here.
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hmm...

5 more posts until i can post a link to the thread.

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haha PM me and ill post sucide Hz

i know i had an intake on my truck, it was just a short ram, and it kicked like hell at high RPMs, but i dont know about low rpms
i have a short ram in my 5gen.lude i mean you can hear it sucking in the air when you barely hit the gas, but that may be more of a sound thing than performance. i just find it hard to believe that an aftermarket intake hurts performance in anyway, i can see it not doing anything, but hurting? sounds odd, but if we can get some links saying so, id believe it
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CHECK THIS LINK OUT!!!! tHANKS TO SUICIDE_Hz
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intake length makes the most difference. The reason MY intake made less power is because it was shorter than a regular short ram.
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CHECK THIS LINK OUT!!!! tHANKS TO SUICIDE_Hz
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link not working. 98vtec your link works, some good info. i have been needing to convert my short ram to a cold air, i can do a how-to for those that would like to change to cold air, especially after reading 98vtec's link
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SORRY iTS THE SAME THING THAT 98VTEC'S READS JUST IN A DIFFRENT FORUM!!!!SORRY JUST CLICK ON HIS!!!!LOL!!!!
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Long piping takes longer for the air to reach the manifold, the short rams get the air quicker. Long piping also gives you "colder" air than the short ram that is sucking the air and all the heat from your engine. Goods and bads for both the short ram and the cold air
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There really isn't that much warm air in your engine compartment either- not when you are moving. I guess when you are sitting still it will matter- just before you launch.

So, how much of a gain do you feel and how much earlier does "v-tech" kick in?
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Long piping takes longer for the air to reach the manifold, the short rams get the air quicker. Long piping also gives you "colder" air than the short ram that is sucking the air and all the heat from your engine. Goods and bads for both the short ram and the cold air
so when are you putting my intake on like you said you would
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so when are you putting my intake on like you said you would

if my mom was able to install her CAI on her miata, i think you can too
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haha, it wasn't really meant to be an insult or anything.
just saying installing an intake is like the easiest thing out there.
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