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Old 02-11-2008, 08:31 PM
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im new to the forum and i was hoping someone could look at everything ive got in my car its a 1996 civic witha dohc vtec in it i kno the block is the 1.6 vtec but i think previous owner put a 1.8 head on it put the dohc on but im bringing the car to be dynoed and tuned in a few weeks andi would like to kno what to expect for numbers on the dyno
 
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Old 02-11-2008, 08:43 PM
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This is everything i have into the car:
AEM Cold Air, HKS Filter,Skunk2 Header, Skunk2 Cat-back, Magnecor 8mm Plug Wires, Greddy Pro Iradium Plugs, Skunk2 Cam Gears, Stage 2 Cams, Skunk2 Intake Manafold, AEM Pulley Kit, Edelbrock 70mm TB & Spacer, Flexalite 12" Electric Fan, AEM Fuel Filter, Skunk2 Composite Fuel Rail, Blitz 700cc Inj., HKS Fuel Press. Reg., BBK Fuel Pump, AEM EMS, Eibach 1.5" Drop Springs, DC Sport Front & Rear Strut Bars, Skunk2 Duel Bend Short Shifter, ACT Street Performance Clutch Kit
 
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Old 02-12-2008, 06:47 AM
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f those thigns know one will be able to pin point how much power you will make put with those mods i would guess anywere from 175whp-200whp and between 120wtq and 140wtq mainly because there just bolt ons. if you want more power look into high compression pistons, ported head/intake manifold, valvetrain , cams etc
 
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Old 02-12-2008, 09:21 AM
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wheel power... closer to 170 more likely. Alot of those mods dont directly relate to horsepower, but traction and gearing issues play just as big of a part.
 
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why such big injectors?
 
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Old 02-12-2008, 07:39 PM
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first of all don't be running greddy iridium plugs. Get the plugs that your manual says to put in. You are wasting your money with iridium unless you are boosting. You are going to be running way to rich with 700cc injectors. Unless you are boosting that stuff won't really help you. higher injectors won't do anything unless your motor is built for them. You should throw a bigger head gasket on there and some high compression pistons. honda's run rich as it is. I have never heard of someone taking a d series bottom end and putting a b series head on it.
 
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