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Old 31 Oct 2008, 12:13 am
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Default Advice on a 97 Civic CX

I just got this car not to long ago and I was wondering if it would be worth doing any upgrades and if so where to start with it. Essentially I've heard that I should just start with CAI and exhaust and headers but I've also heard that it will make no effect on my engine. Just looking for advice as to if it would be worth it or not. Thanks!
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