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Old 29 Oct 2008, 02:16 pm
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Default i have a 1993 honda civic what should i do to it?

it has a wings west body kit.headers and exhaustcold air intakeshift lightwhat else should i do?i just bought it like that......i want to make it better
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Old 29 Oct 2008, 02:31 pm
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Turbo or if u can k20 bro
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Old 29 Oct 2008, 02:46 pm
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Take all that worthless junk off.Shift light? What on earth do you need one for? Your car doesn't go nearly fast enough to require something to tell you when to shift.Cold air intake won't do you any good. At best, 2-3 horsepower. But, i'm sure you haven't even bothered having it tuned or dynoed.Body kit has helped increase your drag ratio, so your car is now slower.Good job so far. Do you hate your car?
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Old 29 Oct 2008, 03:01 pm
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throw a b series motor in it then turbo the new motor if it has a stock motor your probably not getting all your horse and a turbo wont do alot either so throw a better motor in and turbo the shit out of it thats how u get the best bang for your buck hope i helped good luck
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Junk it
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Old 29 Oct 2008, 03:31 pm
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Wing...body kit an shift light gotta go....end of story. start of by puttin the oem stuff back on it....then swap the motor for a b, h, or k...then drop it an inch....16 inch rim...then get front an rear lip kit....jdm goodies and ur all done
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Old 29 Oct 2008, 03:46 pm
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Fit a Greddy turbocharger in it and then do an Engine swap. Go for the Honda H22A engine. This will make you car fly.
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Old 29 Oct 2008, 04:01 pm
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if u want to do performance then get new headers and new intake manifold if u dont want to engine swap it.for looks go with racing seets and 4 pnt harness...im putiin racing seets in front and bak of my 98 ex...turbo kit is pretty expensive.if u want to put more than 8 psi on a turbo ur gunna need to do an engine upgrade. cost for that with a 2500$ kit willl be newhere from 5-10 k...rims would look goodstruts and sways will help with handling
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