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Anonymous Oct 10, 4:53am - #296227 
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Intake

what adds more horsepower to the engine...

WeaPon R Dragon Intake
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Weapon R Hyper Intake?
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GT4 Oct 10, 5:08am - #296228 

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It doesn't really matter cause you won't feel any difference between them.

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will it give effect to my engine?
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GT4 Oct 10, 11:59pm - #296230 

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I would say very minimal, as long as they draw air from the same place. By the way, why Weapon R? I heard people complaining about them. For me, I prefer K&N or Apexi.

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bloodredgt Oct 11, 4:35am - #296231 

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i think both at practically the same. Just get whatever is more expensive. You get what you pay for.

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both are 120-ish...Should i just make a homemade Cold Air Intake and get the best results?
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GT4 Oct 11, 11:03pm - #296233 

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$120 is kinda pricy for an Intake.
You can make your own for much cheaper than that.
K&N cone filter is like $45 and will do the job.

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my cousin wants an Intake for her celi...

So Weapon R is the best one to get? confused

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Anonymous Oct 21, 6:26am - #296235 
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make yur own its better n cheaper
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evilcel Oct 23, 8:24pm - #296236 
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bloodredgt Oct 23, 11:29pm - #296237 

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do what conrad said before. Use civic Intake piping and stick the stock airbox on the end. All around better for the engine with practically the same "gains" as a cone filter.

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Toddman214 Oct 24, 4:39am - #296238 
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I made a homemade Cold Air Intake using 3" PVC and a K&N cone filter positioned directly behind the lower front air dam. I felt a minor increase in performance, but I like the sound it makes. However, the increase in performance is so minimal that you will quickly get used to it and wont even notice it after a week or so. I'm sure my homemade Intake moves as much or more air than the $120 brands, but the opening in the throttle body is still as small as it ever was.
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sakara Oct 26, 5:08am - #296239 

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my Intake for my gts cost 35 bux rofl had to cut it short cause it wasn't for the celi, lmao, but it's great, and great sound grin
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