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Honda Prelude Cold Air Intakes

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AEM Short Ram Intake System Reviews


nice, but a tight fit

Reviewed By Joe S (East Williston, NY) Reviewed for a 2001 Honda Prelude —12/27/2014 10:10 PM

Everything I expected as far as look, install and function. As with any of these I 'think' it has made a difference especially with throttle response on the highway. My only issue, and I now see similar posted on Honda member websites, is it is maybe 1-2" too long, coming very close to the back of the headlights. I understand the further from the engine is better, and a larger filter is better, but still, not looking forward to popping it out when I need access, not that OEM was great.

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K&N 69 Series Typhoon Intake Systems Reviews


k&n on prelude 97

Reviewed By Barbara E (Langhorne, PA) Reviewed for a 1997 Honda Prelude —2/2/2008 7:04 AM

i overall rate it a good intake. looks great in the engine bay and also sounds sweet low range and high range. it might sound good mid range but i cant hear it over my exhaust lol. but i would definatly recommend it to a friend. thumbs up

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AEM Cold Air Intake System Reviews


AEM for Veloster Turbo

Reviewed By Brian D (GRAND PRAIRIE, TX) Reviewed for a 2015 Hyundai Veloster —1/19/2015 7:12 AM

I looked at several different intakes for my Veloster Turbo. I finally settled on AEM after reviewing price to performance gains, as well as aesthetics for my car color. I wanted a CAI rather than an SRI. The instructions were easy to follow. All of the parts were clearly identified in the packaging. I was able to install it in about an hour, including the time it took to remove the stock intake components and bumper and button it all back up. There is now a loud wooosshhh!! when I accelerate.

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