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Discussion Starter #1 (Edited)
Tools needed:
- 3/8 Socket Set (10MM)
- 3/8 Ratchet Wrench
- Philips Screw Driver
- Flathead Screw Driver
- 8-10 Inch Extension

Steps:
1. Remove all the clips (with the flat head) holding the grille mounting bracket. Then remove the grille mounting bracket and grille.

2. Remove the Philips bumper corner screws (both sides) in the fender.

3. Remove the 4 10MM Bolts under the bumper.

4. Remove the clips that are under the bumper

5. Push up and pull outwards on the corner of the bumper. Don't be afraid (but careful) the popping noises are NOT breaking anything.

6. After removing the Bumper, The Intake resonator on the driver side. There will be 2 Bolts holding the Intake resonator. One in the front and the other behind it. Remove those.

7. Pull out the intake resonator. This was the hardest part. Just keep wiggling, pushing and pulling until it comes out.

8. Return the bumper, the grille, and the grille mounting bracket.

9. Go for a test drive and enjoy...
 

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Nice write up!! I was thinking about doing this but for now I just disconnected the air box. I does run much better and my mileage went up a little too.
 

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Just disconect the air filter box from that other box and u will have the sane results or remove the air filter box and install a air filter cone to the stock intake
 

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Just disconect the air filter box from that other box and u will have the sane results or remove the air filter box and install a air filter cone to the stock intake
Did you try this?

So i have a 2007 honda accord v6 and im looking for a louder sound and theres alot of talk about things to do with your resonator and ik if you remove it it will add sound but ive heard it messes up your efficiency, so ive heard of two other options which are drill holes into it and also heard to disconnect the air filter box from the resonator box, so let me know what you guys are thinking
 

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no need to remove the front bumper.
Simply un-clip the front fender liner and and wheel/tire, and you have full access to remove all.
 
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