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PRL Motorsports LLC
2018+ Accord 2.0T High Volume Intake System
Fits 2018+ 2.0L Turbo Accord Models
Item Number: PRL-HA10-20T-INT-HVI

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Product Description

Introducing our High Volume Intake System for the 2018+ Honda Accord 2.0L Turbo
Patent No. D902,255

Fitment Notes:


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Technical Notes:

Our 2.0T Accord High Volume Intake system utilizes a 4" cone filter and billet 1-piece MAF housing with velocity stack to allow maximum airflow while delivering proper fuel trims. The HDPE rotomolded air box utilizes the factory air duct and seal for optimal airflow and heatsoak reduction. Custom molded 4-ply silicone allows for all components to be safely attached without obstructing airflow.

Kit includes:
  • (1) 4-Ply Silicone Intake Hose
  • (1) Injection Molded Evap Fitting
  • (1) 2-Piece MAF Housing
  • (1) Rotomold Air Box
  • (1) 4" Air Filter
  • (2) Stainless Mounting Brackets
  • (4) Stainless Steel Breeze Lined Clamps
  • Stainless hardware
Performance Gains:
  • 24 horsepower & 16 ft/lbs torque peak gain
  • 30 horsepower gain throughout the top-end

Product Reviews

(321 Ratings, 3 Reviews) Average Rating:
Looks & Performs great
Ron White (Newport News, VA) 10/6/2020 5:14 PM
Installed about a week ago. On stock tune that’s all I have and you do notice some of the noise from the turbo and a slight change in the horsepower which is a plus! I received my Hondata tuner tomorrow and can’t wait to try it with a stage one or stage two :) Next is an intercooler, down pipe & front pipe upgrade... prob. tires also lol
Sound whooshh is some awesomeness
Daniel Fontanez Reyes (Cleveland, OH) 6/16/2020 9:10 PM
Now I can hear the whoosh and horses out. Best engineer and intake deployment made how ever crate this create a master piece perfect balance from sound and power. Suck cool air directly from outside without heat soak. Awesome product highly recommend ended
Way better than Mishimoto Junk!
Tony (Flint, MI) 6/16/2020 12:11 PM
This thing sounds sweet.