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1989 Honda Prelude Short Ram Intake

is that good on a 1989 prelude?
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well it fits lol

but remember these intakes like many out there dont really give u a boost in performance. cuz in order to see serious gains u gotta pair them wid a header an exhaust an then maybe a tune of some kind.

it will make ur car sound a lil more aggressive but in doin so u may loose some gas mileage cuz of hard acceleration due to the fact u want to hear the sound of the intake
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well it fits lol

but remember these intakes like many out there dont really give u a boost in performance. cuz in order to see serious gains u gotta pair them wid a header an exhaust an then maybe a tune of some kind.

it will make ur car sound a lil more aggressive but in doin so u may loose some gas mileage cuz of hard acceleration due to the fact u want to hear the sound of the intake
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Re: Option - Short Ram Intake

make ur own. u just need a filter and a piece of 3" od Exhaust pipe.
http://www.preludezone.com/diy-engin...en-intake.html

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Re: Option - Short Ram Intake

hey im buying the pipe and the hardwear of ebay and then im throwing on good filter total price kinda depends on what filter but the pipe and hardwear 35 bucks filter is up to you...im using weapon r filters they channel air from the top and sides instead like the aem or k&n just from the sides helps stop turbulance like an apexi i would rather go with weapon r or apexi

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heres weapon r very simlar idk what one is truly better



heres a compairson of other filters http://www.mkiv.com/techarticles/filters_test/2/

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Re: Option - Short Ram Intake

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well it fits lol

but remember these intakes like many out there dont really give u a boost in performance.
usually these short rams are just downgrade since they suck warm air into your engine

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im using weapon r filters they channel air from the top and sides instead like the aem or k&n just from the sides helps stop turbulance like an apexi i would rather go with weapon r or apexi
aem and injen are kinda same, quality-wise
then fujita is kinda apexi's little brother, little bit cheaper but not that effective

My last filter was aem, now I have one injen and one fujita (plan to changing them then when cleaning other)

these filters dont last forever whatever they might advertise. check them like 2 times a year.
you might try to look inside them against the sun/sky and if you can see super tiny holes where you see sky/sun through them it would be propaply good idea to change it.
filter-material wears and doesnt filter that good anymore. my aem filter was crap after few years, no matter what they would say about them, its just advertisement.
and clean them carefully that you dont brake the filter surface or anything.

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usually these short rams are just downgrade since they suck warm air into your engine



aem and injen are kinda same, quality-wise
then fujita is kinda apexi's little brother, little bit cheaper but not that effective

My last filter was aem, now I have one injen and one fujita (plan to changing them then when cleaning other)

these filters dont last forever whatever they might advertise. check them like 2 times a year.
you might try to look inside them against the sun/sky and if you can see super tiny holes where you see sky/sun through them it would be propaply good idea to change it.
filter-material wears and doesnt filter that good anymore. my aem filter was crap after few years, no matter what they would say about them, its just advertisement.
and clean them carefully that you dont brake the filter surface or anything.


Well i was talking preformance wise about sucking in the most air bc of turbulance that can be created bc the air spinning but with the top part helps get a smooth flow of air but filter wise the dnt last forever id say the k & n would be the longest lasting filter 1 million mile warrenty lol
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^ I know, fujita's design is like that



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but filter wise the dnt last forever id say the k & n would be the longest lasting filter 1 million mile warrenty lol
I wouldnt bet on it

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Re: Option - Short Ram Intake

Oh i never seen a fajita filter like that ima have to check it out
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Re: Option - Short Ram Intake

All a short ram intake does is suck up hot air
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Re: Option - Short Ram Intake

Might just be me but I am always afraid of getting **** in my engine with a Short Ram. I have to drive too much in ******* weather and my town has the worst possible drainage during storms. Plus with all that warm air around I would look into making your own or buying a CAI. .02
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Re: Option - Short Ram Intake

hey what do people think of the ingen (?) intake systems
don't really hear/see much about em
even though I'm always seeing their stickers on cars
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hey what do people think of the ingen (?) intake systems
don't really hear/see much about em
even though I'm always seeing their stickers on cars
its injen and its almost the same as aem. they make ok filters but it really doesnt matter what piping you have there. notice that every short ram is just downgrade.
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Re: Option - Short Ram Intake

I'd think about investing in a full CAI. Either build one or buy one, but either way run a bypass filter too. The bypass is located about 12"from the TB and is good insurance if you end up running through a puddle and soaking your filter. Essentially if the filter gets clogged at it's lowest point then the bypass will do the majority of intake, basically reverting to short ram, but I'd rather lose a little power as opposed to hydrolocking an engine. Just my2 cents, but either way good luck!
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^

situation must be something like this to get cai suck water



so its pretty much all about your own stupidity if you drive into the small lake
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every short ram is just downgrade.
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I went back to oem and avoid deep water. Hell if you are that worried get one of those 4wd snorkels.
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Oh i never seen a fajita filter like that ima have to check it out
What the f*ck is a fajita filter? Is that where the filter media is made of delicious marinated meat and veggies?
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so its pretty much all about your own stupidity if you drive into the small lake
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Re: Option - Short Ram Intake

stock intake with oem filter 181,86 hp
short ram intake 175,04 hp

so you lose 6,8 hp and 1,88 torque when you change stock intake to short ram

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some test

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outside temprature was around +10C and IAT around +20C. Idling IAT was +50C when fans blow hot air straight to the filter

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temprature in shadow +24C and IAT +28.4C. when Idling IAT was little bit under +40C.
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Re: Option - Short Ram Intake

Going from Stock to short ram to cold air intake I didn't notice a difference in any of them other then sound lol, of course the dyno will show differently. I have a CAI right now with not issues of water getting sucked up, just don't be stupid and drive into a lake sized puddle and you'll be fine. I have 2 Tenzo R filters and they have lasted forever, they used to be my dads when he had a accord about 8 years ago. Sold the accord and kept them and I've been using them ever since and they work like they are brand new. They're easy to clean but you do have to oil them after you clean them.
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I have a CAI right now with not issues of water getting sucked up, just don't be stupid and drive into a lake sized puddle and you'll be fine.
you dont have to install the filter as low as like in that pic I posted, like my filter is straight below after that "pass through" hole
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Mines is pretty much the same spot as yours, If I remember correctly.
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