Discussion in 'Civic and CRX - EF' started by theyangsta, Jul 29, 2009.
how did you hide the N20?
where did you put the nozzle at?
Id rep you I could, I thought that was funny as hell for some reason.
air filter directly on tb with bracket for nozle inside and lines covered in loom every thing else was mounted in the car
including the fuel tap i cut and flared a T in to supply fuel
i had planned on loomin it all up but the nozzle was my biggest issue i had, if someone knows what they are looking at it would be realitivly easy to spot even more so if a wire tuck has been done.
run the hose in side your air intake, and put the nozzle inside the intake also.. so the only thing you need to hide is the hose going into the intake, and to make it look normal use the hole in the intake for venting the valve cover to feed the no2 line through, feeding the no2 line through a rubber hose will hide it very well..only hard part is making a bracket inside the intake (bc most cai's are aluminum)
So I have a 1998 sedan dx. It came with d16y7 nonvtec. I had a knock so I swap it to the jdm d15b. I had a guy do my swap and my vtec has never kicked. I don't want any one touching my car much more if I can help it. Can some one help me out with info. I'm running p28 and got everything from HMO BUT I have the harness from my d16y7. Please help with real info that may help.
welcome to hondaswap, A start your own thread B do own research before posting this has been covered across the internet since the cars were new, you run 2 wires to the ecu http://hondaswap.com/threads/how-to-wire-vtec.40811/
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