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Maxspeed Intake

Hi guys,

My friend just installed intake for 97 prelude intake.

Brand: Maxspeed
Cost : $ 27 (Buy from local shop)
Labor: 30 mins
Hp+ : Testing
Gas mileage+ :+5 miles
Value: A+++++

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Re: Intake DIY

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You have a dyno?
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I would like to test it

but don't know where can i get in Bayarea
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Why did you install the intake before you got a baseline?
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Why did you install the intake before you got a baseline?
X2. U shouldve dyno'd the stock intake before installing the new one. Now u wont actually know if u gained anything
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Fail?
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No. Not fail.

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Re: Intake DIY

Lmao! and btw, I dont think thats a 97, the pic looks as though its the bay of a 4th gen, which i believe was stopped in 96? Could be wrong but parts for my car fit 92-96....
-EDIT- I also believe this to be in the wrong area or atleast titled wrong.. I dont see a write up oh how to install the intake, just what you got, and what some, results were... LMAO
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Re: Intake DIY

Looks like a 97 to me. Focus on the passenger radiator support (where the hood prop clips into). My 4G support is different.
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Looks like a 97 to me. Focus on the passenger radiator support (where the hood prop clips into). My 4G support is different.
Ummm.. like I said, Impretty sure its fourth gen.. look at the way the headlight area is, I realize you dont actually see the headligt, but still. And my battery, intake and ever where the windsheild washer fluid goes in is all in the exact same spot, and I have a fourth gen..
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Re: Intake DIY

Ok so after more research I am able to admit i was wrong about it prebably being fourth gen, but non the less, still posted in wrong section.
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Haha, everyone makes mistakes! Besides, they look similar
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Re: Intake DIY

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X2. U shouldve dyno'd the stock intake before installing the new one. Now u wont actually know if u gained anything
I found that dynos run from $90 to $150 from looking online. The cost of the intake shows $27. So your basically spending 90 to 150 for a dyno test for a $27 dollar intake. Then another 90 to $150 for another test. Which leads me to believe that would be a waste of money for a $27 dollar pipe and filter which will probably not get what your hoping for. Drop and K&N filter or another high dollar filter on there and you should see a noticeable difference IMO. Pipe is a piece of metal which are just about all the same. But good luck, I hope it serves you well.
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Re: Intake DIY

yea look at the P/S set up thats diff. a 5th gen.

nice intake
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Lmao! and btw, I dont think thats a 97, the pic looks as though its the bay of a 4th gen, which i believe was stopped in 96? Could be wrong but parts for my car fit 92-96....
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Not true. Ever heard of intake resonation tuning? Google it. There's a reason the big companies like AEM can charge $300 for their intakes. They have put the time and money into R&D to figure it out what is going to deliver the best performance.
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Well when you're poor, a pipe is a damn pipe!
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I agree with "Well when you're poor, a pipe is a damn pipe!"

AEM has higher R&D so cost more ?????

HAHAHAHA.............

I will say they did more ADs all over the world that makes the high price.
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dynos run from $90 to $150 from looking online?????

I will not spent 90~150 and just get some paper chart and baseline. So what ?????

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Even though people said only low-class or gangs will driver that.(Not my opinion !! Google it)

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The reason i posted here just wanna share my new intake with everyone here.

btw, I will not believe all the members here did that before.

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If my Lude didnt come with a V2 installed when I bought it then i woulda stuck with a standard pipe with a K&N filter and call it a day!!!

But i do admit that the V2 is a fukkin *RAWRING beast when intaking air!!! With the inner tube and outter tube it echos making a loud RAWR by the motor!!!
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Ok. I don't know anything. Have fun with your car.
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I never said i needed a write up on it, but the fact that its under DIY and there is no write up makes this in the wrong thread....
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