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What options do I have for intake tube on a B20 swap into a EJ6?

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Old 03-08-2017, 12:03 AM   #1
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Icon5 What options do I have for intake tube on a B20 swap into a EJ6?

Hey HT, I have a 99 Civic hatchback I bought a few years ago which gave up on me within 2 months of me buying it, so it's been sitting around for a few years. I recently decided to see if I could piece together a car from the spare miscellaneous parts I had laying around. I went out and acquired a B20 (low compression) engine out of a JDM CR-V and put a LS manifold on it. My question is what fitment of intake tube does this setup take? Does this thing take intake tubes made for an LS or do I go with the hybrid tubes that AEM makes? If I go with AEM, they don't make one for a B20, so will a B18C one they make fit? I don't want to end up buying an intake tube only to find that it won't fit inside my engine bay.
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