Reviewed By Robert M (Boyertown, PA) Reviewed for a 2017 Honda Pilot —5/12/2018 4:10 AM
high quality great hardware easy to install good tech support THANKS
Reviewed By Brice K (OZARK, MO) Reviewed for a 2004 Jeep Wrangler —5/8/2018 8:35 PM
Install was very easy. Kind of weird I think that you don't oil the filter. I wasn't aware of that until I saw the outside of the box. There is a noticeable sound difference but power I don't notice a thing. I did unhook the battery so the computer would reprogram to this intake but still not much change. Looks awesome under the hood. Hoping an exhaust add on will help me notice the benefits of the intake system.
Reviewed By James A S (DECATUR, TX) Reviewed for a 2006 Acura RSX —3/9/2018 6:33 PM
Quick bullet points: 1) Install Instructions are very well done 2) Quality of the intake pipe is outstanding 3) the included vacuum hose does not fit nearly as well as the OEM bent one, so I used the OEM 4) male bullet terminals were suppose to be 18-20 AWG but 14-16 AWG were delivered, I called AEM and they were nice but they overnighted me the same wrong size terminals - I went to the local Auto store and bought the correct size.
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