Just wondering, when it starts raining won't water get forced right into it ? Since your driving and the rain is going to hit the intake, there is nothing to keep it from water like let's say under a hood. Iono, just a thought.
Acura Body Kit and Spoiler
Ground Control dropped about 3inches all around
Tanabe Racing Medallion Cat-Back
actually i've seen them and they have plexiglass infront of them to prevent the water from getting in,but they dont give you any extra power compared to a regular cai,I'd just go with the reg cai its just les to worry about,try washing your car with that thing
I'd be afraid to aim the hose at it
TRUST ME I do this all the time
Don't get the aerospeed intake man. I looked at it, and it make suck in more air, it was a great idea and everything, but look at the distance it has to travel to get to your engine. Plus the risk of it getting water and everything else. Get AEM C/A/I or I personally like R.S. Akimoto! Bigger piping is better!
Black 95 Honda Civic EX! (SOLD)
15" GSR Blades
98' Black GSR Leather Seats
AEM Cold Air Intake
H&R Race Springs
Double-Sided Carbon Hood
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