Now you need a little spark plug cover t oclean up some more stuff under the hood. I think I saw one by AEM. I myself painted the covers o na lot of things under my hood to match the blue. Haven't found any aftermarket valve covers for it though. On the second gen, they combined all the breather tubes together into one and then into the airbox, so I only had one hok up to the short ram, and one on the old one, I had one breather filter, which was a cool look, but the new one by Dragon doesn't have breather filters... just a tube to the regular intake.
And I am honored to have my dialogue as part of your sig.
Just FYI Chris, if it's at all possible, it's always best to connect those vacuums to their appropriate source rather than put those breather filters on. If your intake arm doesn't have the correct hole in it for the valve cover breather, then oh well (I've actually drilled a hole in an intake and put a grommet in it for an intake on my mom's car that didn't have the valve breather vacuum hole).
My stock airbox didn't even really connect to the tube. It was actually behind the air filter, before the air was filtered, and wasn't even really connected to the box, more than it pressed up against it. The old intake I had didn't have a sot to put the breather tube in, so I just popped a small filter on it, and I assume it'd be okay, as long as you keep the inlet away from water. The old intake box goes like this:
That table = good. Unfortunately, for a while I had it removed to haul some shit, and then I went camping, and there were no tables around, and i went "shit, where the hell are we gonna put all this food and shit?"
But I've since put it back and left it. It's a good thing that all the seats in the Cr-v fold down into one singe flat bed as well. The whole car was just meant for either drunken debauchery or camping.
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