Reviewed By Kelly D (ATHENS, GA) Reviewed for a 2000 Honda Prelude —8/26/2013 12:05 PM
Easy to install, looks great, sounds great!
Reviewed By JUSTIN B (Fairport, NY) Reviewed for a 1999 Honda Prelude —6/12/2008 8:27 AM
My first car mod. Did alot of research on AEM and Injen products for my Prelude. The Injen seemed like the smart choice being $40 less than than the V2 and producing pretty much the same horsepower. Went in fairly easy, but then again I'm not a car whiz. Front bumper did have to come off. Overall, fantastic growl above 3 grand. PLus it sounds like i have a blow off valve after i shift. Looks slick once installed. Not a huge boost in performance or mpg, but it's there.....only had it for a week though. Instructions that come with it are also fairly easy to follow. Overall i give it a 9 1/2 out of 10. Newbie's to this stuff can expect a 3 to 4 hour installation period.
Reviewed By RON R (TRABUCO CANYON, CA) Reviewed for a 2004 Volkswagen Jetta —3/6/2015 7:07 PM
I purchased this for my 04 VW Jetta GLI 1.8T. Prior to this I just had an aftermarket K&N air filter mounted to the MAF which was ok. Installing this intake was almost as much of a PITA as my 08 CIvic SI but in the end worth the extra grit. There is some relocating, adjusting and pipe movement to get this one piece CAI in there right. Anyways, the brass tax; very noticeable difference, the azzdynoclinometer approves and it sounds good too. MPG is slightly better but not drastically noticeable.