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Injen IS Series Short Ram Intake Part #IS1565P Customer Reviews
17 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Brian B (Warrington, PA) Reviewed for a 2002 Honda Civic — Apr 16, 2015 6:18 PM
this intake looks amazing and sounds even better. when i first put it on and went for a test drive, my expectations were completely and utterly destroyed. it sounds like a real preformance part! not only that but it seems to have greatly increased my fuel economy as well. 10/10!
Reviewed by Kyle M (Ballston Spa, NY) — Jul 26, 2012 6:21 AM
This is a great product! Cheap! Installation was so easy and took less than an hour! Looks awesome too! As soon as I put it in and took a test drive, I could feel the car pick up a bit more and a little more power. Even the sound is great. The throttle response seems better too. Overall, I love this product and I'm very happy with it.
Reviewed by jon b (Lake City, FL) Reviewed for a 2003 Honda Civic — Apr 12, 2012 11:13 PM
I like the intake and it works as advertized, but one thing that is not as advertized is the 90 degree elbow that comes with this intake. Instead of the Metal plentum, a 90 degree rubber elbow comes and causes a taller that expected installation height that rides on the tower bars i have installed. This is direct from INJEN, and is not the distributors fault, but none the less it is annoying when it specifically tells you to buy this intake so it will fit with the tower bars, and then you get it and it is a different design and it does not fit 100% correctly with the tower bars, it rubbs quite hard.
Reviewed by Kris K (Pine Bluff, AR) Reviewed for a 2002 Ford F-150 — Aug 22, 2011 5:16 PM
I installed the Injen IS Series Short Ram Intake today on my 2002 Civic EX. The install took about an hour and I'm by no means a professional. I love the sound it gives my off. My engine now has a deep growl to it. The instructions were pretty good as well. The only issue with them was they would miss like one bolt on the removal of the stock intake. The instructions said two bolts when it was actually three or one when it was actually two. Very minor issues that were easily solved because you could clearly see where the other bolts were. I just reset my trip meter and filled up so I'll get back to you with a gas mileage update. I have noticed a little more power though. Now my care doesn't hesitate to kick into a passing gear. Overall, Great Product.
Reviewed by ricardo a (Bridgeport, CT) Reviewed for a 2011 Honda CR-V — May 30, 2011 9:21 PM
Reviewed by Bradley J (Gilmer, TX) Reviewed for a 2003 Honda Civic — May 10, 2011 10:28 AM
There is nothing wrong with this intake for what it does. A great little improvement to any vehicle. I am bothered by the fact that the picture representing it for my 2003 honda civic lx is wrong not only on this website but the manufacturers also. I bought this thinking I would get the cast metal piece which mounts closer to the engine, allowing me to install my strut tower bar. Instead it came with a silicone elbow making the unit stick up just far enough for an interference fit. After talking with injen support they informed me that this is a re-design and the one with the cast piece is no longer available. Should have bought this 5 years ago when I first wanted to.
Reviewed by Jesse U (San Antonio, TX) Reviewed for a 2001 Honda Civic — May 05, 2010 6:05 AM
I wanted something that increased throttle response, and more importantly improved fuel economy. I know it has helped my car be a little more peppy, and I want to say it runs smoother and is now getting a little more fuel economy... I have had it for about a month and I haven't filled up yet, so I don't know for sure yet...but it sounds great! I initially wanted to get an AEM, but they didn't make if for my HX, so I went with the Injen. The take-off in first gear is much better and transitions smoothly when engaging cluth to throttle. The only real complaint is that it didn't come with the right amount of hose clamps, and the directions were very difficult to understand. Fortunately, I've worked on a lot of cars before and I kinda understood what it took to make it right. If Injen wants to compete with AEM and others, they need to first revamp their directions of installation... this would alleviate much of the initial frustration of installation. All in all, I think it was well worth the cash. I think it looks great, too.
Reviewed by Matthew H (Long Beach, NY) Reviewed for a 2004 Honda Civic — Oct 04, 2007 4:30 AM
Install was ok, good thing I had someone with me who was experienced though. It took about 45 minutes to install but by myself it probably would have taken about 3 hours (there are some trick parts). I downloaded the AEM instructions since they tell you how to remove the old air intake and the Injen instructions don't. Otherwise the install is pretty striaghtforward. The added power isn't hugely noticeable, but I didn't expect miracles and there is a boost. The sound is great though.