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What mods first and so on, 07 civic si?

Discussion in 'Tech Archive (No Posting)' started by cptsuperamazing, Feb 16, 2010.



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  1. cptsuperamazing

    cptsuperamazing New Member

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    So I have a 07 Civic Si and wanting to know a good order to start doing modifications to my car. I want end up with about 300whp or more. And am looking to replace anything, headers, exhaust, add turbo...etc. Just wanna know a good order of doing it. So far I've installed a cold air intake to get a little more familiar with her.
     
  2. R3dline

    R3dline F*** you. Registered VIP Registered OG 5+ Year Member

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    well decide what you wanna do, why buy a header if your getting a turbo, i think u needa sit down and think about what you wanna do to the car before you come out blazing saying your gonna buy everything under the sun, you got the hp range, now figure out a budget, and then research and see what things you need for all the mods you wanna do, say u want a turbo, look and see what all you need to get the most outa your turbo. make any sense?
     
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    ^ agreed. 300hp isn't too much to ask for
     
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    either way, a turbo kit isn't going to be cheap...
     
  5. DFresh13

    DFresh13 New Member 5+ Year Member

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    you can basically go two ways,

    1 would be forced induction (turbo or supercharger)

    2 would be naturally. CIA, header, exhaust, intake manifold etc.

    it just depends on your budget.
     
  6. 1FastEX1994

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    is there any way he could make 300Whp going NA?
     
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    s_crowley 17 New Member Registered VIP Registered OG 5+ Year Member

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    personally, I would get a nice header, nice exhaust so it can breath, and I would use k pro or reflash and get it tuned. further down the road you could put in cams and get a retune and make some great power...
     
  8. 96EJ6EX

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    If your wanting to keep it under warrenty 300hp is going to be kinda hard to do. You can do I/h/e and you can do a ecu flash from hondata that's what you have other than stripping the interior. But if you don't give 2 s**+s bout the warrenty 300 whp is easy to do. Throw all the stuff then hi comp pistons new cams stuff like that.
     
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    of course it comes with 175 to the wheels stock getting 125 hp is easy.
     
  10. shinobi

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    the hytech kit and then some
     
  11. HiPowerMtrsprts

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    you will need some pretty beefy internals for 300whp n/a
     


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