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Discussion in 'Accord' started by solidus, Dec 13, 2011.

  1. solidus

    solidus New Member

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    For starters my name is Aaron I live in Las Vegas im 18 and ive been into cars and trucks for as long as I can remember. I have two cars a 1984 ford ranger and a 1992 honda accord "cb7" with a H22A swap. I am here to learn more and meet a some new people. [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    Just a few questions a few people have been telling the that a skunk2 intake is probably one of the best bolt on mods I can do that arnt already done. its headers back to a stockish muffler msd ignition, NGK plugs, tuned, stage 2 exedy clutch, coil overs, sway bars, and strut bars all the way around enki rims then I have a fosgate punch amp with a kicker cvr12 with a stock honda deck. Also for vegas what would everyone suggest as far as tires I am new to hondas most of the work I have done has been on mustangs and american cars that and prerunners.
     
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    A good intake would be a good mod. SKunk2 is not your only choice. There are quite a few good intakes, just do some research and find one that you like. Since you come from american cars let me point out that hondas only have one header, not headers.
     
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    BrutalB83 Brutal Moderator Moderator VIP

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    When you say "tuned", what do you mean exactly?

    EDIT: Nice rides by the way, and welcome to the forums!
     
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    I know it is just a bad habit to call them headers. Thank you, I just need to get the cash together to paint it.
     
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    And by tuned I am not quite sure I bought this from a really good friend of mine and he said he took it down to a shop and had them tune it set a few things to where it runs better. I love this thing though heat/AC power steering and all the swap was done correctly. My only rant is it has the H23 trans so it falls out of vtech for a second when you shift 2nd-3rd but this isnt really a car I am going to race or anything just the daily driver. My truck is the real toy.
     
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    And by tuned I am not quite sure I bought this from a really good friend of mine and he said he took it down to a shop and had them tune it set a few things to where it runs better. I love this thing though heat/AC power steering and all the swap was done correctly. My only rant is it has the H23 trans so it falls out of vtech for a second when you shift 2nd-3rd but this isnt really a car I am going to race or anything just the daily driver. My truck is the real toy.
     
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    Ok.. so the ECU is hopefully "tuned" appropriately for the engine he's running which is good. That way you get more out of your engine.
    I would also suggest the following bolt ons:
    IM- There are a few
    Regrinded cam
    A true CAI.. with a bypass filter in case of rain so that way you will prevent hydrolock

    If it's manual I would suggest an upgraded clutch kit

    BTW Welcome! I miss my 67 Stang :*(
     
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