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Another which SRI for a 1999 Civic DX/VP/LX

Old 01-28-2011, 04:13 PM
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Another which SRI for a 1999 Civic DX/VP/LX. Injen or AEM?

Ok I know the gains are very minimal, if any at all, but I guess it's more for the re-usability of the filter, sound, & looks. Plus it'll clean up the engine compartment nicely. Can't buy an eBay one coz the smog police here in Cali suck ***. So we're gonna fork out for the more expensive CARB legal ones I guess.
Which one would be a better choice & which filter would u choose dry or oiled?

Injen gives u the option of a dry or oiled filter.



Injen is a few dollars more, but no biggie. Also for the DX/LX cars, the Injen does have a interesting look. Very different from all the other intakes I see out for this car.
Old 01-28-2011, 05:24 PM
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I've had the AEM SRI for my '98 DX for a couple of years and I'm pleased with it. Sounds good, looks good and I've gained quite a few MPG (also have a Flowmaster, but still I went from the mid to high 20's in city MPG to the low to mid 30's and I got 40MPG highway a couple of times). Also, you don't need to clean it very often and the cleaning process is really simple.
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