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    Best bang for your buck mod on a honda is an injen cold air intake or equivalent. Recently put one on my dc2r and that crossover sounds amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wigidc2r View Post
    Best bang for your buck mod on a honda is an injen cold air intake or equivalent. Recently put one on my dc2r and that crossover sounds amazing.
    Sound mods are a bit overrated from a performance perspective don't ya think?
    S P A M | W O R K S
    hehe.
    PHC


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    Quote Originally Posted by curtis265 View Post
    sound mods are a bit overrated from a performance perspective don't ya think?
    '99 DC2R, '90 BMW E30 318is, '88 CRX


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    I have a K&N Apollo Universal cold air intake waiting to be installed into the car... just figuring out how to do it. Thanks though

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    Are you a p plater? technically as a p plater engine mods arnt allowed so just having the basic
    intake
    headers
    exhaust
    should do for now

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    I am a p-plater but not long till I get my fulls. wanna get it up and running as best as possible for when im off.

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    Key words here are 'noticeable performance gains'.

    Proper cold air intake and full exhaust (header/hi-flow cat/cat-back + muffler) sure you might notice a bit of sound but it's not like you'll be gaining big ponies.

    If you want to notice it you really need to stick on a turbo or go play with the engine/GBox internals.


    I would consider:
    - turbo setup
    - K24 swap
    - N/A setup with B20 block (this you will notice)
    - N/A setup with cams/valvetrain/valve job and some tasteful GBox modifications like a shorter final drive (maybe a 4.9) and an LSD

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    Quote Originally Posted by dougie_504 View Post
    Key words here are 'noticeable performance gains'.

    Proper cold air intake and full exhaust (header/hi-flow cat/cat-back + muffler) sure you might notice a bit of sound but it's not like you'll be gaining big ponies.

    If you want to notice it you really need to stick on a turbo or go play with the engine/GBox internals.


    I would consider:
    - turbo setup
    - K24 swap
    - N/A setup with B20 block (this you will notice)
    - N/A setup with cams/valvetrain/valve job and some tasteful GBox modifications like a shorter final drive (maybe a 4.9) and an LSD
    Who did ur tune Andy?
    SSpamily

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