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Old 02 Jan 2011, 11:46 am
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Default How can i increase my Honda's acceleration?

i have a 94 honda accord 2.2 liter vtech engine...the only performance part i hav installed is a short ram intake...what r some other parts i can install 2 increase acceleration AND fuel efficiency???















ok vtec damn my mistake
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Old 02 Jan 2011, 12:01 pm
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try this page out, you can do a bunch of things to your car on this website.















http://www.andysautosport.com/
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Old 02 Jan 2011, 12:16 pm
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VTEC, not fricking VTECH































and you cant be faster and get better gas milage, it doesnt work that way
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Old 02 Jan 2011, 12:31 pm
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Hi Cris! As strange as this may seem, you can increase your acceleration and fuel efficiency by adding a supercharger!































The conundrum with this addition is that the only way that you can have both at the same time is to not boost excessively!































I know this may sound absolutely crazy and far-fetched, but if you could tune your ECM properly and stay in moderate boost levels, you would receive fair to increased efficiency AND better acceleration.































The hard part will be staying OUT OF BOOST,,, that is where it will all fall apart.































Good luck!
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Old 02 Jan 2011, 12:46 pm
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Well, you can start with the basic and simple Intake, Header, and Exhaust system.















They'll give you a small power boost and increase the engines efficiency. That stuff alone though is pretty expensive. After you get those 3, consider the money you paid for them and the gains you felt then think about where you wanna go from there cause it only gets more and more expensive.















Other than those 3, just keep the car maintained and take good care of it.































Personally I started off with the Intake, Header, and Exhaust. After those 3 I noticed a small gain in MPG and power - but not much. Still, I've gone on adding/changing more and more things. Expensive but I don't regret it, lots of headaches though.
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