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just baught a 89 si with a b16 swap it has ac and no hacking was done

Old 31-Jul-2005, 02:19 PM
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just baught a 89 si with a b16 swap it has ac and no hacking was done

hi im going 2 be slowly doing the car up but it wil be jdm only this car is going 2 be a sleaper i hate geting pulled over in rice so this is my new toy



any idea and pix prefbly 2 mods and stuff that are nice but descriet?

and im looking 4 a mufler it must be v quiet i hate loud muflers any ideas or if u have one that i can buy from ya


the mufler on it now its 2'' pipe all the way 2 the back its nice and quiet until u get to 5000 then this rezanating sound is defaning


i want performance and quiet as quiet as it can be

what rims wil fit and stuff what big brake **** can i do

as i said be4 its a B16 swap so the mufler should be 4 a dohc

powerstearing an option ???

i forgot what its like driveing with rack and pinion hahaha its a pig
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Old 31-Jul-2005, 06:40 PM
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man you really require some need some help spelling and forming proper sentences.

Anyways, If you want this to be a sleeper you obviously require the car to look stock from the outside.

I'd say TYPE-R Exhaust is ideal for your B16. It's SILENT, I had one of my H22 and the car ran pretty good.

Don't bother with PS, it takes up unnecessary weight and doesn't provide the same handling feel. If the car was never equipped with a PS rack then, you will have to replace the rack as well to convert to PS.
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Old 31-Jul-2005, 08:35 PM
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ok f the PS then yea i have been 2 people 2 help me spell this is as best as its going 2 get guy
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Old 31-Jul-2005, 08:36 PM
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if anybody has pix of systems on ef's i wana see i need some ideas thanks email them 2 me [email protected]
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Old 31-Jul-2005, 09:51 PM
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ok f the PS then yea i have been 2 people 2 help me spell this is as best as its going 2 get guy
People are so emotional....:cry:
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Old 31-Jul-2005, 10:57 PM
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If you check previous posts he said he is dyslexic, give the guy a break.
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Old 01-Aug-2005, 02:30 PM
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You say the exhaust is a good sound until you hit 5000rpm, maybe vtec is too loud for you? Try adding a resonator, but even with a stock exhaust and when you hit vtec it will be loud.

As for brakes do a integra disc brake conversion for when you add rims. If thats not in your budget try adding EBC greens to the front, at least you will have better performance.
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Old 01-Aug-2005, 04:01 PM
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dont teg brakes (DA or DC style) throw off steering geometry? i could be wrong
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y0 dan, come to keswick sometime and take me for a rip in this new toy
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brakes you need to do EX knuckles with ITR sized brakes (accord wagon calipers and prelude rotors. need 16 inch wheels for this combo I believe.
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or u can do this...uses ur stock knuckles!!!!

http://www.honda-tech.com/zerothread?id=1171175
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that's only a 10.2 inch brake rotor. I'm talkin 11+ something.... I foget. I'm sayin HUGE brakes.
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Just get a long assed Resonator. I have a 2.5 inch exhuast and its not that loud. Nice and Bassy.
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