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Old 07-18-2008, 10:00 PM
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Air Intakes

I would like to put an aftermarket intake on my 2000 prelude. The problem is that I only know the basics about intakes.

Does a cold air intake still work properly in the winter? -20 C
Is short ram or cold air intakes better?
What is the best company for intakes?

Thank you for helping a newbie out=)
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You'll be able to find help on this under the "5th Gen" Q&A "intake" section, check it out As far as brands, Injen & AEM are probably good as they come & they're both street legal
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I would like to put an aftermarket intake on my 2000 prelude. The problem is that I only know the basics about intakes.

Does a cold air intake still work properly in the winter? -20 C
Is short ram or cold air intakes better?
What is the best company for intakes?

Thank you for helping a newbie out=)
Before you start a new thread, use the "Search" function and see if you can locate it that way first, because chances are, most of your (no offense) n00b questions have probably already been asked and answered. If ya need help, that's what we are all here for, so if you can't find something, ask a MOD and they can point you in the right direction.

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i would recommend the AEM V2...noticable gains, sounds awesome, and brings a nice touch to the engine bay...
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