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I don't like that its just pulling air from the engine bay. This design includes an additional housing that mates with the stock ducting. Also It has a very OEM look that I like.
I agree it looks much more like a factory solution, and has had more design work put in, hence the price. Also to clarify the Injen one sits in the bottom half of the stock box so it is getting cold air from the stock intake piping as well, and the intercooler will handle engine bay temps. I guess I will wait for the Takeda one to launch to make a decision.
 

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Can someone tell me why not? The '22 N-Line and Limited have the same engine. Everything I'm reading here says it should fit the '22 N-Line.

Sorry if this has been addressed in a previous thread?

Thanks for your help
The mass air flow sensor and all associated hoses and tubes are not compatible.
 
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