New Intake Manifold For Are civic



nightkids1

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Anyone know were you can get this done on a new civic???
Because I want one, because I heard that on are engines thats were we will gain the most hp.
 


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Get a helms manual and do it yourself.

http://www.helminc.com/helm/product2.asp?class%5F2=AHM&mk=Honda&yr=2002&md=Civic&dt=Shop%2FService+Information&module=&from=result&Style=&Sku=61S5A06&itemtype=N&mscsid=5BKGU3NR2D4G9HSP287Q7FRXG59TC1XF

It's not too hard and it's worth the experience. Also, the manual will tell you how to do a buncha other stuff as well, so definitely not a bad bargain. You'd be paying up to $200 for a swap at a shop I'm sure.

 


nightkids1

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yeah but this a 7thgen civic, the ex manifold is the same as the dx one so we cant just swap it out, well if anyone finds out we we can get one let me know, just wanted to let all you 7thgeners out there know.
 

xmeeksx

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i have read about this intake manifold a while back from the former www.7thgencivic.com site. KMS is also making a manifold for 7th gen civics, but they are only making 10 of them and you had to have called to reserve. it was going for 500 bucks. i believe it will be sent to those who ordered sometime in the end of march.
 

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Originally posted by "xmeeksx"

i have read about this intake manifold a while back from the former www.7thgencivic.com site. KMS is also making a manifold for 7th gen civics, but they are only making 10 of them and you had to have called to reserve. it was going for 500 bucks. i believe it will be sent to those who ordered sometime in the end of march.
damn i wish i had the money, i wonder when you can get those focus manifolds like the pics i put up :?
 

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i wish i had a pic of the one SFpower made for my CRX. It had 1 3/4" runners to each piston with velocity stacks for each runner, and the inside diameder was 8 inches, and it had a 92mm throttlebody on it. We had to use a BBK throttlebody off of a mustang, and lie to the computer about the TPS.
 

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Originally posted by "Catalyst"

i wish i had a pic of the one SFpower made for my CRX. It had 1 3/4" runners to each piston with velocity stacks for each runner, and the inside diameder was 8 inches, and it had a 92mm throttlebody on it. We had to use a BBK throttlebody off of a mustang, and lie to the computer about the TPS.
92mm? :shock:
That is fucking huge! Even for a mustang. Most people that run an upgraded throttle body will only run a 70mm or a 75mm.
 

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we were trying to make a ton of power. I was making 215whp @ 10 psi on my SOHC ZC. And i ended up running it at 20 psi, then we made the new manifold, and i blew it up before i got the injectors i needed to run in it (Honda injectors wouldnt fit in the bosses)
 

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Originally posted by "Catalyst"

we were trying to make a ton of power. I was making 215whp @ 10 psi on my SOHC ZC. And i ended up running it at 20 psi, then we made the new manifold, and i blew it up before i got the injectors i needed to run in it (Honda injectors wouldnt fit in the bosses)
92mm still seems big. How much air were you trying to push through it? The accufab cobra single plate oval throttle bodies will flow around 1600 cfm. I'm sure that 92mm unit would have flown similiar numbers. My T-64 turbo will only flow around 900cfm. That turbo is big enough to support somewhere in the range of 600+hp at the wheels.
 




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