After selling my RX I have the Weapon-R intake and cold air box left over. I have since cleaned the air filter from taking the picture (below). Price is $125 and that includes shipping in the 48 contiguous United States.
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You'll have everything you'll need. It is missing one of two screws that holds the top on, but they are not hard to come by and the top can be held on with one screw with no problem; that's how I used it. It is made so that you use one of your three OEM screws that holds down your OEM airbox in order to hold down this airbox.
As far as installation, it's not difficult. If you consider yourself able to change oil yourself I would say this would be no problem. Once you take out your OEM intake/airbox you'll have no problem installing this one. For me, the first time, it was very straight forward and I finished without a hitch - I am by no means a mechanic.
Originally posted by KVA Did you feel any difference with this installed...how loud is it? Any pics with it installed?
For reference, I had the Rod Millen exhaust installed with this intake.
I did notice a bit of difference mainly beginning at 3k RPM. When accelerating (mostly noticeable in third gear) once the revs reach 3k I noticed a slight boost in power not there with the OEM intake.
With the intake and box installed it is louder but has a great sound. For the most part during highway driving and light acceleration the sound isn't noticeable, but under harder acceleration you can hear the intake - I think most of the sound is coming from the cone air filter being inside the airbox.
Here is a picture of my engine bay with the WR intake and cold air box:
I am very interested LexRX, as long as it does come with an installation guide and as you say complete with all the parts, consider it sold...Email me at AIbrahim@msu.edu to work out the details.