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Hi guys! Sorry, but there was a very low quantity of these for the CR-Z and they were all sold out...we still have a couple of Takeda Momentum intakes for the S2000 and Civic Si though. It may have been a coincidence, but some parts for the CR-Z are indeed harder to come by.

At the moment we have a few alternative performance air intakes for the CR-Z in stock. Check them out below:

K&N® 69-1018TS - 69 Series Typhoon® Aluminum Silver Cold Air Intake System with Red Filter (Quantity: 1)
AEM® 21-700C - Aluminum Gunmetal Gray Cold Air Intake System with Red Filter (Quantity: 2)

and Injen which is made to order (ships within 5-6 weeks)
 

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Are these intakes really that good? I can never find one in stock, and when there is one used, it's gone within the day.
 

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Are these intakes really that good? I can never find one in stock, and when there is one used, it's gone within the day.
Aesthetics. I got the hpd exhaust I just wanted to round out the fun sounds it makes with a intake. Idk if it'll bump the power that much. Maybe throttle response might improve.
 

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Some will say they do nothing at all or what they do is cancelled out by the cars own computer.
The manufacturers all claim that their intake offers the most gains, in reality they are all very similar, right around 5-10% hp and/or torque.
In practice I can say from experience that the K&N Typhoon enhances the subtle growl the CR-Z's engine already makes, I noticed a slight improvement in throttle response, and my fuel mileage bumped up by about 2 mpg.
In my opinion the Takeda actually LOOKS better but some have reported fitment issues, cracked housing due to the rigid mount setup, a few CELs along with some variations not being California CARB certified.
 
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