Thanks again to Brennan, I got the fender liner and put my AEM intake in tonight. The intake is for a 2000 Civic Si (B16), and it didn't quite fit without a little modification. I think it would have worked better with the A6 manifold, it seemed like the Z6 mani moved the old intake a little back and to the driver's side of the car. Anyway, the car is still loud, but not quite as bad, I guess whatever open intake I use will make the car loud. I like the clean look of it a lot more, just a nice clean pipe with one bend at the manifold and another into the bumper, no visible filter, lots of space. First thing I did, which I spent the most time on, was move the fuse box under the dash above the ECU. It wasn't that hard to do, I actually didn't extend any wires, but I dd tear apart the harness and retape most of it. I'd like to make it cleaner, as some of the wires are sort of hanging, and some are stretched a little bit. I had to grind/expand the hole behind the light to accomodate the intake, but it came out clean, and the tube won't rub on anything. I also had to trim the end of the tube, the K&N filter it came with has a long neck, but the cone is the same as my old one. I couldn't get it in without it sticking out too far at the bottom. After getting everything trimmed and fitted, washing the filter, and all the damn wiring, I finally have it in! Honestly I don't notice a difference, except in sound, which isn't as deep and not quite as loud (in the car anyway). Tomorrow the super loud intake will find a new home...