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    Fummins,
    . . . . Yep! What is a few extra pieces. The strap that restrains the A-Pillar trim looks strong enough to handle the extra mass of the gauges. I don't think the trim would go any further than it did without the gauges.
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    Hello! Are you still making these, Doax? And will it work for a 2018 G4?

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    Yes and yes are your answers.
    Custom Mirage products: Cruise control kit, Glove box light, MAF sensor housing, Rear sway bar, Upper grill block

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    I read this whole thing, and am still curious as to whether or not gains of any kind have been documented after installing an aftermarket intake?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MCMfan92 View Post
    I read this whole thing, and am still curious as to whether or not gains of any kind have been documented after installing an aftermarket intake?
    Other than the "gain" in intake noise I don't think anyone has provided any documentation that it increases hp any more than sweet sweet stickers do.

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    Nope, no gains have been documented to my knowledge. This part can be used to build any sort of intake weather that is a horrible slapped together job or a wonderfully engineered and crafted intake.
    Custom Mirage products: Cruise control kit, Glove box light, MAF sensor housing, Rear sway bar, Upper grill block

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    Quote Originally Posted by inuvik View Post
    Other than the "gain" in intake noise I don't think anyone has provided any documentation that it increases hp any more than sweet sweet stickers do.
    I'm pretty sure I have us all covered in the sticker department.

    Quote Originally Posted by Daox View Post
    Nope, no gains have been documented to my knowledge. This part can be used to build any sort of intake weather that is a horrible slapped together job or a wonderfully engineered and crafted intake.
    I wasn't knocking anything, just legitimately curious . Thanks for going to great lengths to try new things out for us.

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    I have this part one my custom intake and it fit and works great. Horsepower? I don't even care. It sounds good and that's what I wanted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Subcompact Culture View Post
    It sounds good and that's what I wanted.
    Yeah! I was watching a YouTube video the other day, where in the video they were talking about how Hondas have induction noise on lockdown with VTEC. I commented on it and said the Mirage's MIVEC sounds pretty damn good too when it kicks in, but nobody talks about it. I'd even argue that the crossover is smoother than VTEC typically is.


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