Thread: Cold Air Intake
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Old 04-21-2016, 04:08 AM
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Re: Cold Air Intake

Hi.

Don't.

The stock intake IS a cold air intake. Put a decent panel filter and be done with it. Nothing else will give you any performance gain unless you want to foot the bill for a JDM Type-S intake. If you want some more intake noise then remove the resonator inside the fender, just don't drive through any big puddles.
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