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Old 13 Mar 2011, 09:31 am
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Default What should I do to my Honda Civic 1999 Ex D16Y8 ?

I currently have K&N intake and air filter in my car. I want to put some performance parts that will make it quicker and responsive, but I don't know what would be best. I was thinking of putting a exhaust mainfold, intake manifold, single canister exhaust, but I don't know if it will make sound like loud lawn mower. What should I put in it















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Old 13 Mar 2011, 09:46 am
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It's a 20 year old automatic transmission. Anything more than a performance exhaust will be too much for it.































Because of the age I recommended that you Seafoam it for better response.































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