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1993 Honda Civic
Air Intake Systems

1993 Honda Civic Air Intake Systems

Not sure which 1993 Honda Civic Air Intake Systems are right for you? We have over 20796 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:

"The intake gave my civic more power than I thought it would originally. I can feel the power as Im driving" —Brant R from Colleyville, TX bought an AEM V2 Cold Air Intake System for a 1993 Honda Civic, Si.

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Airaid PowerAid Throttle Body Spacer

awesome

i drive a Honda eg hatch and this helped me gain a few miles per gallon of gas. I'm very glad I bought this. it also helped my engine run smoother. it sounds cool too View more reviews...
Posted By Auston A (Mount Juliet, TN) / June 11, 2012
1993 Honda Civic
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AEM Short Ram Intake System

Nice!!

Great Product, Just as described. I can tell the difference with this intake compared to my stock one. Looks great, and seems to be great quality. View more reviews...
Posted By MICHAEL O (RENTON, WA) / December 13, 2011
1993 Honda Civic
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AEM Cold Air Intake System

Installed on 2016 Honda Civic lx sedan

Installation: There was some issues installing the product onto the car, since the proper Hose Clamps were not easily labeled. the 3 hose clamps are different size and being to particular areas like the throttle body and air filter. Keep that in mind before installing them. Moreover, i would recommend having the filter inside the heat shield box already before installing by itself in the end. You will have a hard time fitting the filter since it is pretty large. Impressions: Worth it! View more reviews...
Posted By Christian E (GARDEN GROVE, CA) / May 5, 2020
2016 Honda Civic
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