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I pick my Type R up tomorrow and the first mod is going to be a airfilter/box and then a remap.

Can anyone recommend a airbox/air filter?

Can't afford a mugen and I was thinking of Tegiwa.
 

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Tegiwa is the best closed box system for the money, the other being the Mugen as you say

Otherwise CPL, SKunk2 and HKS are the other options.

Filter choice is paramount with the box systems. KnN and OEM Honda are best. Most others drop MAP pressure and so horsepower.

A closed box system will see a few HP with a proper map via Flashpro but an exhaust manifold will transform the mid range- maybe worth a thought as it does soon build cost with multiple remaps


Where you from fella?
 

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I'm from newtownards, northern ireland. I might go with tegiwa
 

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Tegiwa have 5% off at the moment because they hit 50,000 likes on facebook.

I ordered my 'Teggen' a few days ago ;)
 
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Tegiwa is the best closed box system for the money, the other being the Mugen as you say

Otherwise CPL, SKunk2 and HKS are the other options.

Filter choice is paramount with the box systems. KnN and OEM Honda are best. Most others drop MAP pressure and so horsepower.

A closed box system will see a few HP with a proper map via Flashpro but an exhaust manifold will transform the mid range- maybe worth a thought as it does soon build cost with multiple remaps


Where you from fella?
I had actually thought about a HKS induction kit but I like the look and write up about Tegiwa.


Hi HWarden! Having a meet this Saturday pal, check the meetings section :)
I saw that, I might go on Saturday if the weathers good.:D
 
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Do you need to remove a fog light to fit this?
Technically no, but to get the best out of it, yes. You will need a fog light scoop to replace the fog light..
 
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