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Q:i have a 97 honda prelude and im trying to decide on a complete cold air intake. which system is better for the prelude (better as in most performance) currently i am tossing up between a KN typhoon system complete cold air (CCA) and a fujita complete cold air system
The one that is all ready on your car. Every car made comes from the factory with a intake that gets its air from outside the engine compartment (cold air intake) Most after market cold air intakes get there air from behind the radiator (one of the hottest parts of the car) kinda ironic isn't it You will not get any noticeable improvements at all from changing your air intake Yes most of the open filters flow more air that a paper filter but that is because they allow more dirt to pass through the filter. You can not beat a good Wix paper filter they let more air in than your car will ever possible need and they are much much cheaper. But it will give you a shiny new part to show off to all your little ricer buddies and talk about how it gave you 30 horse power lol.
Q:i have a 99 civic ej8.
The cold air intake that came on the car is your best choice for power and fuel economy. Short rams are throwbacks to the days of the hot air intakes (1960s and 1970s). Any cold air intake is better than a short ram. All but the most expensive aftermarket intakes are scams.
The AEM V2 is a great choice for a ram air intake system. The 1st answer who said to get a cold air because his short ram messed his engine up is confused. I cold air intake has longer piping, usually placed lower to the ground by the front bumper, and this is the setup that is most likely to suck up water into the engine and ruin it. The short ram intake sets ontop of the engine bay and is a safer bet for people who drive in areas with lots of rain/snow/puddles. There are minor pro's and con's to each setup, but basically the cold air intake's pro is that it gets cooler air into the engine, but it's con is it is more exposed to the elements. (there are certain ways to help prevent water in your engine with a CAI as well). The short ram's pro is that it is much safer, but it's main drawback is because of it's position, the air temp is usually higher than a CAI. Some people will say a ram air intake has better mid-low rpm power, while a cold air has better top end power. Neither choice will give you a drastic increase in performance, but it wont hurt anything. I suggest teh AEM V2 because it is a great product.
Q:i have a 2003 honda civic si and it has a AEM cold air intake but that intake is the one that goes all the way to the bottom in the bumper and i want to know if when it rain i have to change it or it wont happen anything please help what should i do?
Your computing device has a series gas to air ratio. once you placed in a cold air intake you're including a cooler extra dense air fee. extra density ability extra air so your computing device promises extra gas to save this is ratio stunning which in turn equates to somewhat extra means and really a lot less gas mileage. only a note. some human beings talk with a CAI as a negative mans supercharger. for sure it would not get you that form of means yet on a smaller scale it has an same outcomes that are back extra means yet decrease gas mileage. maximum production unit airboxes already grab air from outdoors the engine compartment even if the aftermarket ones in a lot of situations gentle out the direction some and help advance the perfect incoming air fee. yet another probability is often air filters that use oil in them at the same time with okN reason the Mass Airflow Sensor to develop into lined in that exact same oil causing the computing device readings to develop into fouled. There are actual particular cleaners available designed to sparkling off that residue. signs and indicators of this difficulty are in a lot of situations effortless to discover because different issues are probably happen at the same time with probably negative idle high quality. different situations it is going to practice no longer something contained in the run high quality. this is a cheap thanks to study and is extra uncomplicated with some autos than others reckoning on the region of the MAF and how properly it may take care of contaminates.
Q:Is the cold air intake worth the money if I don‘t have a turbo?
Cold Air Intake Worth It
Q:best air intake for 04 ram hemi?
Welcome to the world of I'm going to throw money at my truck, car, motorcycle, etc. without doing any research as to what will improve my MPG, horsepower, torque, etc,. Today's engines are computer controlled to produce the best combination of horsepower and MPG, changing one physical portion of the induction or exhaust system will often upset the factory settings. The computer can only correct for changes to a certain degree, after that it's downhill for power and MPG. I just read about the vararam and it sounds more like a top end manifold since it states it flows 100% air at idle which sounds odd to me since all intakes are flowing 100% air at idle, fuel is added downstream in MPI engines. The results sound impressive shaving a second off quarter mile times for 4WD and 3/4 second for 2WD. Having more than a few years experience drag racing, I would suggest that the bottom end (torque) suffers for better horsepower in the upper RPM range of the engine, torque gets you off the line, horsepower takes over and gives you the speed. The sooner you can make more horsepower the faster you will go, it's a balancing act for best e.t.'s at the strip.
Q:Right before my mass airflow sensor, there is some sort of honeycomb thing that does nothing on my v6, the same thing can be found in a Cummins turbo Diesel, I guess its there to restrict air? I took it out, so there is more airflow to my vehicle. So what is the purpose of that thing?
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Q:i have a honda civic 2000 ex. i bought a cold air intake for it. i didnt install it yet but i was looking over it. the stock air intake has about three wires connected to it. But when i look at the new cai, it has only two that sticks out a little and one that is enclosed with rubber. im pretty sure the cai is for my car. am i supposed to connect only two? and which two? thanks
Take it back to the store, and never buy it again. On a 2000 Civic EX, an aftermarket cold air intake will provide only 1-2 horsepower at peak rpm. 5500 rpm to redline. Ask yourself really quick, how often you keep the car in that range. In the lower range, which is when you're accelerating, it has been dyno proven to provide -1 to 0 horsepower. That's right, it will actually cause you to lose horsepower. Doesn't matter what brand, they're all about the same. And keep in mind, you didn't buy a cold air intake for the car. It HAS a cold air intake already. You just bought a different variety. Go look at the engine. Intake leads away from the hot air of the engine, to the cold air near the bumper. Cold air intake.
Q:What is the best air intake system for a 2008 Nissan Maxima? I want a bit more power and MPG. I would like to keep it under $300 if possible. Links and personal experience with the product are appreciated.
Unless you are going over the $1000 mark the best intake you can get is already on the car. Aftermarket intakes can provide an unnoticeable power increase at full throttle and near red line, but if you are in that range often you seriously need to review your driving habits. All inexpensive aftermarket intakes reduce fuel economy by eliminating preheat, causing the engine to run cold for too long following cold starts. The most serious complaints about aftermarket air intakes is destruction of the engine by sucking up water (happened to a friend of mine last year); the most common complaint is loss of fuel economy. Anybody who tells you their aftermarket intake noticeably increased power or increased fuel economy is either deluded or has a lame carbureted engine.
Q:cold air intake (PLZ HELP!!!)?
most of the air intakes now a days are the same quality, but i would suggest airaid, its the same filter as a kn but your not paying the extera $100 for the name, and if i were you i would try to avoid purchasing things over the internet if your short on money, find a local aftermarket dealer in your city and buy from them that way you dont add the shipping prices ontop of it all, also you can do more shopping around, go out and buy a truck magazine and so some research before commiting to a brand, plus think about future mod's you wish to do to your truck and make sure it will all work together, for example if you wish to put a throttle body spacer on your truck a kn might not work with it, the best thing you can do is take your time and do research. or just wait a while save some more money and buy a kn which is the best of the best and you pay for what you get.

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