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Old 04-22-2009, 08:21 PM
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Type S Intake

Does the type S intake have a different sound than the regular intakes on the 5th gen ludes? Can anyone point me in the direction of a good quality (sound) video of it. Thanks.
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Re: Type S Intake

If you leave the resonator on, then there is no sound change. If you remove the resonator, then it sounds just like the stock intake with the resonator removed.
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Re: Type S Intake

sorry but i have to disagree w/ you C.

the type s intake gives off a very nice throaty sound. i've compared it w/ an aem cold air intake and the V2 also. the owners of those 2 ludes and myself only had the intakes at the time. all 3 agreed that the sound from mine was far better than theirs.

about a month later i dropped in a K&N Drop In air filter and removed the stock resonator and the sound quality got even better.

i highly recommend the Type S Intake to any 5th gen owner

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Re: Type S Intake

I have a completely different experience. I used to own the V2 and the sound was very noticable and quite loud from inside the car.

With my current setup TypeS + K&N minus resonator is not all that loud. I can hear a little "shhhh" sound but nothing like the V2.
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Re: Type S Intake

Any problems with taking the reso. off? And does anyone know if Mugen made a intake for our 5th gens? Wanna keep all my mods either factory replacement parts or Mugen. Keep it nice and authentic. I've looked high and low for a while and have only come across them for other honda/acura's. Boooooo!
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Re: Type S Intake

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sorry but i have to disagree w/ you C.
I agree that it gives a throaty sound, but with the resonator in place the sound was no different to the stock intake. Though with the reso off I'm not really sure, as I took it off after I fitted the Type S, and haven't stuck the stocker back on for comparison's sake.

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Any problems with taking the reso. off? And does anyone know if Mugen made a intake for our 5th gens?
No there aren't, and no they didn't. Mugen's Type S Prelude just had the regular Type S intake. As for the resi, there are plenty of posts about removing it on here, even a couple DIYs in the vault.
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Re: Type S Intake

Anyone know whether the Type-S intake will fit in a fourth-gen? Trying to rebuild my brother's fourth-gen and am looking for non-CAI intake options

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Re: Type S Intake

Yes it will work in a 4G. I want one but $ says no!
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Where can you purchase one?
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Re: Type S Intake

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Re: Type S Intake

That's not a bad price at all. I want my cabin to be quieter and to have better low and midrange power, this should be perfect. Any good place for the entire Type S exhaust system?
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Re: Type S Intake

I have a type s intake with a k&n filter and resonator removed its great during normal driving its a little louder, but when I open it up the sound difference is noticeable its louder and better sounding than the stock intake.
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Re: Type S Intake

This place is out of stock and I'm looking to order it right now, any where else I can get this?
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Re: Type S Intake

I got a hold of them and they should be getting more in about 4 weeks.
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Re: Type S Intake

Only other option I can think of is to order from Japan (rhdjapan, greenline, etc.). Doesn't seem to be a single part number for it though.

17211-P5P-J00
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Probably going to purchase this tonight but I think I'll go with the AEM dryflow filter, any idea on the part number?
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Re: Type S Intake

Just call Advance auto for the K & N part#. I think it sells for ~$40.
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Re: Type S Intake

So the Type-S uses the same filter as the USDM?
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So the Type-S uses the same filter as the USDM?
Yes it does, in fact you have to use the lower part of the OEM intake where the filter goes with the Type S intake.
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Re: Type S Intake

Here is another link to get it for a bit cheaper if anyone is interested:
Boom Plus Toys > Performance > JDM > Honda/Acura > Prelude > BB6

Scroll down and you'll see it.
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Re: Type S Intake

the type-s intake seems pretty legit for what im looking for. i was turned off from a cold air and a short ram cause of the risk of hydrolocking and heatsoak. because of the different tubing, will i have to make any modifications in order for it to fit right?
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If you leave the resonator on, then there is no sound change. If you remove the resonator, then it sounds just like the stock intake with the resonator removed.
I own a type S Intake and agree with Brashs's assessment .
Keep in mind that as the outside air temperature goes up, the air density in the intake piping goes down which results in a more lower frequency and more throaty type sound no mater what kind of Intake you have.

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the type-s intake seems pretty legit for what im looking for. i was turned off from a cold air and a short ram cause of the risk of hydrolocking and heatsoak. because of the different tubing, will i have to make any modifications in order for it to fit right?
No mods are necessary : It slides right into place with no drama and only takes a few minutes to install.Also the Type S and stock intake are both CAI designs.

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