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Old 03-22-2012, 06:39 PM
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Talking Injen CAI with MR technology

I haven't seen anything about this intake on the forum, and I just put one on my '05 EX. I originally wanted the AEM V2, and I ordered it from procivic.com. They were out of the V2s, and gave me $20 off any of their other intakes. I went with the Injen since it can be used as a short ram or as a CAI, and it uses the same dual-chamber technology as the V2. Overall, a good intake. I took an average of multiple runs for the 0-60 times

Comparisons
Stock : 0-60: 8.1 37.4mpg
With Injen intake used as a short ram: 0-60: 7.8
Used with the CAI attachment: 0-60: 7.7 38.6 mpg

Easy install, taking the stock airbox out was the most time consuming. 45 min total

Sounds a lot louder when you step on the gas, no matter how many RPM you are running. Screams in V-tec. Stays quiet when you are just cruising along though. The intake makes the throttle a lot more responsive too.
Hope this helps anyone looking for an intake, I would recommend this intake to anyone.
 
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Old 03-23-2012, 09:42 AM
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Nice. You should have made an DIY guide to put up on the forum!
 
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when you installed the injen cai did you have to do any cutting to the inner fender or anything. i'm looking at getting one but i don't want to have to hack up my car just to make it fit
 
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Old 04-05-2012, 02:45 PM
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Originally Posted by bc_civic_guy View Post
when you installed the injen cai did you have to do any cutting to the inner fender or anything. i'm looking at getting one but i don't want to have to hack up my car just to make it fit
Nope all I had to do was take out the battery tray. Kind of a tight squeeze but nope, I didn't have to cut anything
 
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thanks for the respone that made my decision easier. now all i have to do is order it up
 
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Old 11-08-2012, 11:42 AM
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I had a K&N 57i kit installed, had a beautiful noice - just like you described - nice quiet on low revs, screaming at high revs and vtec. But i was on the dyno and it was shocking. I lost both power and torque. I went back for a simple K&N panel filter :S
 
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Old 11-21-2012, 06:42 AM
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How did you measure your 0-60 times? I'm sorry but I have to call BS on an intake increasing your 0-60 time that much.
 
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