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Civic Intake?

Can I use a civic air intake on my year & model(93, 2.3L) and acctually be a full functionally intake or should I invest in a aftermarket Mass Air-flow sensor???
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The civic intake would not mesh well with the curves of an aftermarket intake for the 4cyl engine. From what i remember, its almost like an S.

The civic intake is mainly used for the 4.0 i believe, for the 4.0 throttle body is high, and up in the front, so all it does is take a right to the intake box.

In other words. No..

Turbo it, or just buy a real aftermarket intake.

MAF sensor would not do much for the 2.3, not worth it. Invest in good appearance mods. Its gonna take alot to get that 2.3 moving.
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get a 20 cone filter from autozone or similar
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I just started doing some engine work (removed the silencer and got a K&N air filter) I'll think about it how much does it cost?
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