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Intake for B20 swapped EF

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by hondahustle, Aug 17, 2007.

  1. hondahustle

    hondahustle New Member

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    Does anyone know what kind of intake besides the AEM hybrids fits a 91 civic HB with a B20? Preferably a cold air intake, or does it have to be custom for a cold air?
     
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    hondahustle New Member

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    Ok, so maybe not a cold air intake cause it rains a lot over here and it FLOODS. But which intake would fit in the car? Someone told me the 91 si, and someone else told me 99-00 si would fit? Any of this correct?
     
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    The 99-00 Si will not fit. 88-91 Si will:)
     
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    Alright thanks a lot. And when you say 88-91 si, you mean the american one right?
     
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    yeah the american one...
    though they should be the same..

    you could move your battery to the trunk and run any intake
     
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    Alright thanks. But about the battery movement, I heard its not good to have it inside where passengers are because of gases or something. I know Mercedes got them in the trunk, but its a trunk which is sealed off from passengers, not like a hatch. Well I read it on passwordjdm's battery relocator page for the EF not sure if its true though.
     
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    i dont know about that, they make plastic boxes to seal it off, and you will want to use a battery that you cant open and refill.. but im not sure
     
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