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Old 03-18-2009, 04:59 AM
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Filter Question Embarassed to ask

i feel very embarassed to ask this but i dont want to make the mistake and get mad lol

For my 99 prelude i have been over whelmed with whether i should by the Type S or a AEM V2 or stay stock with the resonator off and the K7N Filter

BUT i finally conviced myself that the best option is stay stock with the KN filter

but this is why im embarassed ... what from K&N do i buy?

I really dont know thats how embrassed i am and i know my hondas really good
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Re: Filter Question Embarassed to ask

If you're staying stock intake setup, just add the k&n drop'in filter(above, left)
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Re: Filter Question Embarassed to ask

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If you're staying stock intake setup, just add the k&n drop'in filter(above, left)
Really either one will work fine, but the drop in is a better bet just like derek said.

If you throw a filter on the end it'll be sucking up all the hot air from your engine bay. And thats not helping you any
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