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Old 29 Sep 2008, 05:46 pm
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Default I have a 99 honda civic, and would like to increase mpg/performance

I have a 99 honda civic hatchback, and I would like to increase the mpg and overall engine performance. I would like my engine to have better acceleration, without loosing to much mpg. I can't afford to get a new car, but I can afford to make some modifications. I know only a little bit about cars, and I am not sure what kind of modifications I should look into.
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