K&N's Air Intake System Adds an Estimated 5.7 Horsepower to 2006 through 2011 Honda Civic 1.8L
The 2007 Honda Civic represents an extreme transformation of design and dynamics.
The high-performance characteristics are fine tuned for improved traction and
cornering performance. Its futuristic looks show off an advanced profile with a
sleek windshield angle.
K&N Engineering has released a new 69-Series Typhoon Air Intake (69-1013TS)
in powder coated silver for the 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011 Honda Civic equipped with a 1.8 liter engine. The vehicle
design played a major roll in the development and design of this Intake Kit.
"Special care was taken to ensure that the Intake System followed the Civics
lines," said K&N Project Technician Nestor Cabrera. "Our kit will not obstruct
or rub against other parts in the engine compartment."
Typhoon Air Intake for Honda Civic
K&N dynamometer tests show a 5.7 horsepower gain @ 5700 RPM for this
Typhoon Intake. "The horsepower gain is exceptional for this size engine," said
Power Gain Chart for Honda Civic with K&N Air Intake
"There is symmetry between
and the engine compartment. We designed the heat shield with provisions for the
factory fresh air duct so that the filter (RU-4960)
could receive a consistent flow of fresh cool air."
It takes about an hour to
install this kit with simple hand tools. K&N Typhoon Systems improve both
engine performance and under the hood aesthetics.
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