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Injen SP1685P - Cold Air Intake System

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  1. 2012 Honda Accord HFP 3.5L V6 cc:3471
  2. 2012 Honda Accord EX L 3.5L V6 cc:3471
  3. 2012 Honda Accord EX 3.5L V6 cc:3471
  4. 2011 Honda Accord EX L 3.5L V6 cc:3471
  5. 2011 Honda Accord EX 3.5L V6 cc:3471
  6. 2010 Honda Accord EX L 3.5L V6 cc:3471
  7. 2010 Honda Accord EX 3.5L V6 cc:3471
  8. 2009 Honda Accord EX L 3.5L V6 cc:3471
  9. 2009 Honda Accord EX 3.5L V6 cc:3471
  10. 2008 Honda Accord EX L 3.5L V6 cc:3471
  11. 2008 Honda Accord EX 3.5L V6 cc:3471
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About this product

Part #: SP1685P

The Injen SP Series Intake systems Feature the Patent Pending MR Technology Process for Optimal Gains and a safe A/F ratio. The Injen SP Series Intake is The Worlds First Tuned Intake System.

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System TypeCold Air Induction
Additional Documents
  1. Technical Drawingpdf
  2. Installation Instructionspdf

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What made you choose this particular product?
Thicker than other brands
Is this your first time buying from this brand? Did you consider other brands?
No
Was it easy to install? Any installation tips that will help others?
Yes
Once you've had a chance to use the product, did it meet your expectations?
Yes, It works great
View on Kyle's build
WIlliam Z Rynone

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WIlliam Z Rynone
2016 Subaru WRX
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What made you choose this particular product?
I loved when i had it on my 2012 civic si so I said id buy from them again which is what I did!
Is this your first time buying from this brand? Did you consider other brands?
No, and for this Part no I did not consider other brands
Was it easy to install? Any installation tips that will help others?
Yes, just a couple of bolts!
View on WIlliam Z's build
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What made you choose this particular product?
Love turbo noises, others say this is the best part to hear more but still be able to listen to music and have conversations.
Is this your first time buying from this brand? Did you consider other brands?
No, bought a CAI from injen for my old Fit
Was it easy to install? Any installation tips that will help others?
Easy, with some knuckle-busting. Heads up, the MAF sensor cable wrap needed to be cut to reach the new sensor position.
Once you've had a chance to use the product, did it meet your expectations?
I'm very pleased with it. The diverter sounds and warbles I get now are fantastic.
Any additional comments?
This is NOT a performance part. The stock airbox is fantastic for the stock turbo, so save your money if you don't want the noise.
View on Sam's build
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What made you choose this particular product?
Remove OEM restrictive air induction.
Is this your first time buying from this brand? Did you consider other brands?
Yes. Considered AEM and eBay brands.
Was it easy to install? Any installation tips that will help others?
Yes. Maf harness can get extremely tight. Just twist the MAF around to give it some slack.
Once you've had a chance to use the product, did it meet your expectations?
Better than expected, but will be going CAI soon.
View on Cang's build
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What made you choose this particular product?
Performance
Is this your first time buying from this brand? Did you consider other brands?
First time, had other brands but Injen was best performing.
Was it easy to install? Any installation tips that will help others?
Easy to install. Remove battery, loosen wheel well panel to install filter.
Once you've had a chance to use the product, did it meet your expectations?
Exceeded my expectations, great part for this particular vehicle.
Any additional comments?
Get this for quicker throttle response.
View on Har's build
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About Injen

All Injen products are designed with the use of original OEM components and/or Injen-branded components. Injen does not guarantee fitment with use of other brands or modified parts.

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