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For that price I would rather go for the "other ones" / the newest intake kit :)
I agree the rad. airflow is compromised with this kit. Maybe if it was shortened and had scoops direct the air so it's not obscuring the air flow to the radiator
 

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For that price I would rather go for the "other ones" / the newest intake kit :)
I agree the rad. airflow is compromised with this kit. Maybe if it was shortened and had scoops direct the air so it's not obscuring the air flow to the radiator
2x on that!
 

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it looks like its chrome. why would they do that? if this kit was $300 id still pass. aesthetically its ugly. performance wise i cant see it (at a quick glance) offering any considerable flow or power gains. pass.
 

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Junk like almost everything else offered for our cars on eBay.
 

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Intake

Rather get evolves intake for that price.
 
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I've seen this before and never liked this design. I'm REALLY REALLY not quite sure how they can even charge for this kind of cr*p IMO. Makes your engine bay look cheap civic like and for the money they're charging, it makes Evolve's new intakes look really affordable. There are very few companies out there that spent the time and money on intake for our cars.
 

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Overpriced crap.....but you know someone will bite kinggf
 

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$1500 for some piping? :eek7:
Maybe $500.
 

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Been in contact with Imran ;)
 

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Honestly IMHO, there is no better intake then the evolve intake for this car on the market.
Stock boxes with stock filters are better for your car. Oiled filters eventually screw up the MAF sensor and gum up the intake, which ends up costing you even more and eventually robs you of power. They also provide no appreciable power gains when installed on an otherwise stock engine.
 
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