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Spectre
post Apr 5 2016, 01:25 PM
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It seems like I am making a new thread every day now. I've been working on getting my car back up to snuff, and I've realized that many performance parts for this car are no longer being manufactured so I am trying to buy things that I will need or want in the future in order to accomplish my goals with this car.

A few years ago, I purchased an intake that was meant for a 94-97 Honda Accord. For some reason, the intake just wouldn't fit my car. I am guessing it is because I have an XD2. Needless to say, it was never installed. I am thinking about buying this intake since it is designed specifically for my car. I do know that some ebay products are hit or miss, but this one looks good to me. Has anyone had any experience with this one?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Black-Cold-Air-Int...l-v&vxp=mtr

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post Apr 5 2016, 04:42 PM
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Yep that should do the trick. Lol.


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post Apr 5 2016, 07:18 PM
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QUOTE (slowgls @ Apr 5 2016, 04:42 PM) *
Yep that should do the trick. Lol.
Do you remember our conversation about my frustrations in 2013? I eventually gave up!


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post Apr 5 2016, 07:32 PM
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Kinda. But not really. Lol.


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post Apr 6 2016, 02:00 AM
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The biggest thing with aftermarket intakes is MAKE SURE THE MAF SENSOR IS IN THE SAME LOCATION! It truly does make a big difference. Your 94-97 accord intake would have likely worked with some cutting, but as you said, having an XD2 was the difference. The XDs didn't have the MAF if I remember correctly. The one you linked to eBay should work. Good luck!


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post Apr 6 2016, 07:04 AM
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looks like decent quality.


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post Apr 6 2016, 08:24 AM
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Thanks everyone. I'm going to attempt to find someone who can get the Accord intake to work one more time. If it doesn't work, I'll buy this one.


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K & N Filter, V Power NGK Sparkplugs, 8" Bazooka Tube, Clifford Matrix 12 Security System, Beltronics STI-R Remote Mount Radar Detector, Cheetah GPS Mirror, Clarion NX-602 GPS head unit, Sport Edition A10 wheels, Kumho Sense KR26 tires, Sensen struts, H & R Springs, 18mm Tiburon sway bar, Brakemotive rotors

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post Apr 7 2016, 02:30 PM
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there were 2 differnet types on the Accord intakes. There was the one piece and a 2 piece. 1pc don't fit. 2 pc take some fine tuning. (read BFH).


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