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    Quote Originally Posted by mooser83 View Post
    That sucks. I put it on my '13 Ody when it was around 15k miles and removed it when I traded it in around 47k. I also have been using it on my '16 Ody for about 10k miles now. Never got a CEL or anything. I still wouldn't recommend buying the intake for the Ody, not work the money. I just used it because it was laying around and I don't like to modify my OEM parts.





    The one I used was a Takeda for a 2011 Accord part# TR-1007B. I did have to modify it slightly but I was able to bolt it to the van so it didn't flop around. It is currently like $275 though. Totally not worth the money. I'd recommend modifying the stock intake as others have done.





    The MAF fits perfectly in the intake for mine. There isn't much of a difference between the intakes on the J35Z2 (2011 accord it was made for) and the J35Z8 (the one in both my 13 and 16 Ody) I assume that's why I've had 40k miles collectively between them and no issues.





    That would be amazing. Might change the intake to something that is more performance oriented and do a few bolt ons (PCDs, etc) if tuning becomes available for the 11-17 Ody.
    I had an intake laying around that I chopped up and installed on my '16 Ody. The MAF sensor bolted right up and everything fit nice but within 30min of driving it the CEL came on and after a few days the car started shifting hard. I had a rich condition fault in mine. So I took it off and erased faults and drives like a dream again. It's was fun to turn heads while it lasted lol.


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    For the 2011+ vans, don't bother messing with the intake, its already a CAI from factory and the stock sound is good enough. I was surprised the 2011+ has a small resenator, the 2005-2010 has the jungle gym resonator.
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