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Discussion Starter · #1 · (Edited)
Peak Horsepower: 304whp (E85) & 280whp (93 octane)
Peak Torque: 206lb-ft (E85) & 190lb-ft (93 octane)

Injen Short RAM with Injen 3.5” Filter

K-Tuned RSX 409 Series Race Header with Vibrant Performance 2.5” Metal Core Hi Flow Catalytic Converter

HKS Hi-Power Turbo/70mm Cat-Back Exhaust

Hondata K-Pro, 05-06 RSX Adapter. Tuned by Derek Robinson @ Innovative MotorWorks in Carlisle, PA

Head Unit: Eclipse DVD & Navigation; Subwoofers: 10” Infinity KAPPA (x3) in Custom Fiberglass Enclosure; Amps: Rockford Fosgate Power T400-4 & T1500-1bd; Boston Acoustics: Front- 6.5" Component Set, Rear- 6.5" 2-ways; and Rockford 2-Farad Capacitor.

Forced Induction:
CT-E/Comptech Supercharger. CT-E 3.3 inch Pulley(9psi), CT-E Power Steering Pulley

Other Engine Mods:
Competition Clutch 1620 Series; Lightened Stock Flywheel; Walbro 450lph Fuel Pump; Injector Dynamics 1000cc; Hondata Heatshield Intake Manifold Gasket; Merc Racing Tensioner Bracket; NGK Iridium IX spark plugs (+1 "Cold"); 02-04 RSX Primary O2 Sensor

Body Kit & Wing:
Carbon Creations Carbon Fiber Hood (with Custom OEM Paint-match on Sides); OEM Acura Fog Lights

Koni Sport Shocks Front & Rear; Eibach Pro Lowering Springs; Camber: Rear- SPC Performance EZ Arm XR, Front- SPC Performance EZ Cam XR Bolts.

Wheels & Tires:
Wheels: Enkei ES6 Gunmetal 18x7.5 +38. Tires: Cooper Zeon RS3 A UHP 225/40/18.

Interior Mods: N/A (Stock)

Other Mods:
02-04 RSX Typ-S (X2M5) Transmission: Synchrotech Carbon Synchro Rebuild, TSX 6th gear, 4.7 Final Drive, 06 Civic Si LSD. Brakes: Power Slot Rotors- 13.7" Front & 12.2" Rear; Hawk Street Performance Pads Fr & Rr; Goodridge Steel Braided Lines; Black Painted Calipers.

Curious Gooner
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This.... i want this but without the I.C.E. ... but yeah ... this :thumbsup:

Lookin good man

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Discussion Starter · #7 · (Edited)
Interior upgrades...... JDM Shift Boot and Shift Knob.

I'm actually surprised how much more I like the feel of the JDM shift knob. I thought it wouldn't be any different or that I would prefer the stock shift knob, since I was so used to it.

I just wish there was a better and/or easier way to keep the shift boot from sliding down!! I had to use a combination of electrical tape and cable ties(??). It seems like a cheap, ghetto-fix-job even though I bought authenic Honda/JDM goods.
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