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help with 1.5

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by *mello*, Sep 17, 2006.

  1. *mello*

    *mello* New Member

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    what can i do to hop up a d15b2 to make it some what respectable on a budget
     
  2. 95civicdxxx

    95civicdxxx New Member

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    Intake, Headers, Exhaust .. in that order three simple things to make your D15 act different

    if you're just looking for easy work, without doing any internal motor mods, on a budget here is a few things I can share:

    4-2-1 stainless steel headers; ebay i found one for under $50
    N1 style stainless steel Cat-Back; ebay had one for under $150
    Hi Flow Catalytic Converter; under $20
    Nextgear Thermoshield or Hondata Intake Gasket; $50
    Short-ram Ari intake plus hi-flo filter; under $50

    I'd say you can go budget on those parts and find them on E-bay, but my best suggestion is if you're ever going to do any suspension mods dont buy cheap camberkits or coil-overs/springs. stick to Skunk2 rear camber kit, and maybe skunk2 or Blox front camber kit(i liked it cause it was grey/silver)

    I wanted to lower my car, and after some bad purchases on cheap coil-overs and cheap rear camber kit, and 2 complete alignment jobs, wasted time and money, I learned to buy quality suspension parts. I just bought Tein S.Tech lowering springs, these you can use on your OEM strut/shocks without too much wear, and real Skunk2 rear Camber adjustment kit, probably a smart move on my part.
     
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