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Injen SP Series Cold Air Intake Part #SP1873P Customer Reviews
6 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Jeffrey L (Baton Rouge, LA) — Apr 30, 2015 8:57 PM
About 2 hours total on the install. Very straight forward, and the fitment of everything was on point. Do not expect this intake to make your lower RPMs to growl, but when you open her up... Dear God, she ROARS! Recommend to anyone looking for their first addition on an Eclipse GT
Reviewed by sean r (barron, WI) Reviewed for a 2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse — Apr 09, 2011 10:09 PM
Well the over all appearance of the Injen SP is beautiful and well crafted, The install went pretty good especially with the detailed photo instructions. Installing the intake as a short ram honestly only would take about 30 min and that includes removal of the stock air box. But a full cold air says you need to remove the front bumper cover to install the 45 degree elbow and filter with the bracket, but turn the wheels all the way over and take off the drivers splash guards and everything went right in place. The best sounding and best looking intake on the market, nice power gains too!
Reviewed by Mark K (Edmonton, AB) — Jul 15, 2008 11:55 PM
The quality of this intake is good. The sound is crazy loud, but sounds mean as hell! I have a Magnaflow Cat Back too, and all I hear is my intake growl when I step on the gas. There is definately a noticeable power increase. I raced another GT Eclipse(no mods)both 2007's, and blew his doors off. He had to stop at the next light and ask what the hell I had done with my car. Also, guys and gals, Don't take off your front bumper to install it. All you have to do is remove your front drivers side wheel, remove the plastic screw type clips from the plastic fender liner near the front and bend it back and wedge it against your caliper so its out of your way. Then you will be able to see the 3 screws securing your resonator box. Lift your coolant overflow up and move it out of the way, Install the top section 1st, assemble the filter on the bottom section(leave the section with the bottom bracket semi loose to adjust for fitting the bolt into one of the old holes where the resonator box was) you should be able to feed the bottom half up through your fender easily. I had a bad experience with the first intake I bought. My first intake was a Fujita CAI. The Fujita was much easier to install because it is a one piece system, however the fact that it only had one support bracket made it garbage. The bracket tore a hole in the intake where it attaches to the tube, not once but twice within about 9 months. The dealer replaced the tube after the first time and then 3 months later the same thing happened again. That was when I bought an Injen CAI. I noticed that Injen uses 2 brackets to support the weight of the intake. If you live where there are no bumps on the roads (lol), then you may only need one bracket. Injen must have put a little thought into their intake. Good job Injen! This is my second Injen intake I have owned and so far I'm completely satisfied with both performance and quality.
Reviewed by Charles T (Glendale, AZ) Reviewed for a 2011 Dodge Ram — Jan 01, 2008 8:17 PM
The fit and finish is good. I found it easier to assemble the two 1/2's together prior to installing it. It was a stretch to make the rubber connections. Also I was able to make the install with out removing the front grill and bumper. I removed the left front tire and inner fender lining. Performance is immediately noticeable under full throttle, both power and sound are worth the money.
Ships Between 4/27 - 5/01
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- Part #:SP1873P
- Converts from cold air setup to short ram intake
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