HELLO CLUBRSX, im looking for an INTAKE DUCT HOSE made by the company called “SAMCO” any color is good. Thank you
Or if you know anything to recommend that shapes likr the stock or angled like the stock. Thanks!
These are J’s Racing Style Ducts
I took a genuine one and has it adjust to sit perfectly so these are now 100% fit using oem mount, easy to install
They are made to order
Price including shipping is $130
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For sale is a forward facing duct for the Mugen Air intake made for the DC5 RSX.
This replaces the duct from the OEM setup that is tucked behind the radiator that curves toward the driver side headlamp.
This duct is made of FRP, the same material the Mugen air intake box is made...
Thought I would post up an install guide for the TypeR brake duct covers since i had taken pictures of the process while i did it a few months ago.
Cutting tool (only for 1st Gen models)
Hardware needed: Make sure its stainless steel
Step 1: Remove your front bumper...
I'm looking for something similar like the Vision intake duct that can be used on the OEM snorkle. But since that's hard to come by and sold out, wondering of there's another one out there similar to it?
So i got a short ram not too long ago (injen) and kept the air duct from the stock airbox. I have it sitting between the trans mount and the shifter cable bracket, so it doesn't interfere with anything and stays in place nicely. Mine was modified, however, and was routed to the grille, which I...
By looking at the Mugen radiator duct for awhile it just reminded me of a regular license plate frame.So what if you can just purchase a
-jdm civic license plate frame
-cut your ep usdm bumper to the shape of the jdm civic license plate frame
-mount a screw on each corner of your usdm bumper...
So, the idea is to make two of these so that I can set up ducts to the back side of the brake rotors, but currently I am using it to feed air into the CAI.
I will put a link up to the page where I bought the NACA duct at the end of the DIY.
WARNING if you want to go back to using your fog...