AFEsi

Corona, CA - Takeda USA, is pleased to announce the release of their new Takeda Attack cold
air intake for the 2006-10 Honda Civic SI part number TA-1004P (Polished) and TA-1004B
(Black Powdercoated).

The Takeda Attack cold air intake is a true cold air intake bringing in fresh air through the front of
the vehicle, which increases air volume and improves air velocity for increased horsepower,
torque and improved throttle response. TA-1004P utilizes specially designed 1-piece clear coat
anodized polished aluminum intake tube to guide the air into the motor and provide an aggressive
style. Takeda air intakes use the brand new Pro Dry S filter from aFe, which uses a progressive
synthetic media, requiring no oil to recharge for maximum convenience and filtration. The Pro
Dry S filter is 99.2% efficient so it prevents all of the dirt and debris from entering the motor. TA-
1004P comes complete with polished aluminum tubes, Pro Dry S performance air filter, Urethane
couplers, clamps and all hardware necessary for a simple installation. This intake is also
available in a wrinkle black powdercoated finish, part number TA-1004B.

In recent testing, the TA-1004P produced an astonishing 21hp and 23lbs. x ft. torque and
outflows the factory intake by 63%.

Part Number TA-1004P and TA-1004B retails for around $249.00 and are available in stores
now.

For more information on this or any other Takeda product, please visit our website at
www.takedausa.com or contact our Power Professionals at 1-951-493-7155.

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