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Old 26 Nov 2007, 06:46 pm
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Default honda civic vti 99 b16, looking for answers about after market inlet manifold and

throttle body queries??????? hi i have purchased an aftermarket inlet manifold and i now have a skunk2 66mm throttle body i was going to port match the im with the throttle body!! but i am not sure how it will run with the bigger bore!! will i need to remap for the car to run or will it run without remap? i also have these parts to fit >>>>>aem fuel pressure reg>>>>>>>aem fuel rail>>>>>>>>aem fuel filter too, on the car i have de-cat pipe and cold air intake!! so if anyone could advise me on how it would run that would be great, thanks.
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Old 26 Nov 2007, 07:01 pm
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It should run the same at idle. you will definatly need to get it remapped as its changing the fueling!I don't know the system but any uprating of the fueling needs to be reset to give the best performance.
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Old 26 Nov 2007, 07:16 pm
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four times?
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Old 26 Nov 2007, 07:31 pm
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You need to get your ECU reflashed to match the new intake manifold and throttle body.
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Old 26 Nov 2007, 07:46 pm
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first it's vtec not vti, vti is toyota. vtec is the first and the best variable valve and electronic lift control. Those are some good bolt ons, i would also suggest some higher lift cams you could leave the non vtec profiles the same but have a different grind on the vtec lobes for the sake of low rpm driveability. Doing some head work will vastly increase you performance with the modifications you stated. I would take it to a reputable tuner and dyno tune. Buy a hondata system (only 200-300 dollars) to do the tuning and to get the best horsepower out of your car. Without a hondata system which is cheap compared to a stand alone you won't get what you should be getting. You'll be able to adjust your a/f, timing, boost, nitrous, vtec changeover. a lot of other variables if you decide to go those routes for the vtec portion of the powerband and the non vtec portion of the powerband
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