2012+ Civic Intake List With Product Info & Links

Discussion in 'Intakes & TB Spacers' started by webby, Jan 16, 2013.

  1. Scornio

    Scornio Well-Known Member

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    Well mine is the old style Injen CAI and thats what concerns me is why would they remake it? Cause the old one sucked? My filter is located like a foot under the battery so im sure is pretty cool air?
     
  2. hotdogjohnny

    hotdogjohnny Well-Known Member

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    Injen was thought by many to be the worst of the bunch. Maybe that's why they remade it. A foot under the battery by the engine is pulling hot air. That said, if you like it, so what if it's not the latest, baddest, etc. My K&N got trash-talked a lot, but i still liked it.
     
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  3. Scornio

    Scornio Well-Known Member

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    Yea your right..i like mine mostly cause of the wrinkle red lol
     
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  4. hotdogjohnny

    hotdogjohnny Well-Known Member

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    Wrinkle paint rocks. Red or black.
    Tight Wrinkle1.jpg
     
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  5. Scornio

    Scornio Well-Known Member

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    Nice! My intake is wrinkle red and i pastidipped my intake cover red looks awesome and it does amazing with the heat.
     
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  6. tmkpres

    tmkpres Well-Known Member

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    Anyone tuned just a PRL intake with a flashpro and have dyno sheets to prove the gains. I don't want to dump a bunch of cash just for a couple of HP.
     
  7. Laguna14

    Laguna14 Well-Known Member

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    I'm definitely digging the Hps. I'm stock tune with delay valve delete, resonator delete and Drop in k&n and HPS Red silicone tube. Definitely got a little more pep and the low end got a little beefier noise added to the res delete.
     
  8. kseriescivic

    kseriescivic Well-Known Member

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  9. Scornio

    Scornio Well-Known Member

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    So I'm thinking of switching my Injen Intake out with my stock intake just cause the city I live in has terrible drainage and the other day coming home from work I crawled under the car(yes I'm still rolling 4x4 status:(( and im very skinny lol) and the filter was pretty wet. So I'm not taking the risk and another thing is iv heard that these intakes don't provide any HP anyways and some(including the old Injen) actually cause loss of HP. But I know they sound good and I still want that nice purr it brings and I'm looking at the PRL SRI they have now for the stock manifold. Anyone know if it sounds good and wont take away HP? I know @VitViper said the only intake that has any gains are the PRL intakes.
     
  10. kseriescivic

    kseriescivic Well-Known Member

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    This is the only thing I can think of...
    http://www.powerrevracing.com/P2R-intake-resonator-delete-for-12-Honda-Civic-Si-p/p363.htm
    p2r say it makes your intake sound more "beefy" but keep most of the stock intake pieces....
    Idk if prl Sri is better than stock intake
     
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  11. Scornio

    Scornio Well-Known Member

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  12. kseriescivic

    kseriescivic Well-Known Member

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    Idk. Buy it and tell us lol
     
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  13. Scornio

    Scornio Well-Known Member

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    Haha I might idk yet! I still want that pretty pipe and good throttle response
     
  14. kseriescivic

    kseriescivic Well-Known Member

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    Flashpro = best throttle response ever.
    Are you tuned with flashpro?
     
  15. Scornio

    Scornio Well-Known Member

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    I have flashpro but I'm not tuned yet just running the re flash.
     
  16. Jason Stottlemyer

    Jason Stottlemyer Well-Known Member

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    how does that intake work for you, do you notice the difference. what yea and body type si do you have
     
  17. T21

    T21 Well-Known Member

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    Hey guys I know this questions been asked a million times but, I'm currently getting tuned by vit. I have full boltons (FR catless DP, Q300, and the DC sport SRI), but I'm trying to get rid of my DC sport for a better intake. I'm stuck between the PRL SRI for stock intake manifold, PRL CAI for stock manifold, and AFE takeda icebox. Hopefully someone can give me some insight on to which intake I should get and reasonings behind which one is good or bad and why they're better than the other.

    Thanks in advance!
     
  18. squiggy
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    Vehicle Model:
    '12 Civic Si
    Body Style:
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    PRL is the only way to go. That Takeda will provide no gains over stock and may even result in power loss. Vit has only shown proven gains with the PRL CAI and SRI. You will get better gains out of the CAI.
     
  19. T21

    T21 Well-Known Member

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    thanks for the response @squiggy . So while the PRL CAI is better, you said the SRI still makes power? Does it make more power over the stock air box?
     
  20. squiggy
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    squiggy Cartographer

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    Both will make more power over stock. The CAI will make the most gains. I am not sure on the numbers. With a little digging, you may be able to find them.
     

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