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This car is my daily as well as weekend racer. All my parts are: 3” aFe Type R pipes fitted for SI, 3” Ceramic Coated RV6 Catless DP and RV6 FP, Carbon Fiber Type R for rear section and tips muffler deleted, Carven RPT Performance Muffler, and Vibrant Ultra Quiet Resonator 1142 3”. Other parts Ktuner V2 with TSP Stage 1 Tune, Ported and Polished SI Turbo, PTP Turbo Blanket, PRL Race SI CAI, PRL SS Clutch Line, FX350 Clutch, Ikon Motorsports OEM Dark Windows Visors, Alta Performance Short Shifter and Cable lockdown, Acuity Centering Spring, and Skunk 2 Shift Knob.

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Kevin To537 days ago

aFe Power Exhaust 2017 Honda Civic Si Sedan https://youtu.be/7u04B9uYb6k

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[]Jeff Bowman

Got the stock dyne numbers? Curious to see how much they claim vs what it actually puts down

[]Kevin To

I made with a RV6 Catless DP and Injen CAI afterwards considering my stock clutch slipped as well 201whp and 230wtq on the same dyno obviously at 16 to 16.5 psi. But now will get retuned since I have all my new parts installed including the FX350 clutch where I don’t have to worry about slipping anymore lol.

[]Kevin To

On stock baseline with all stock parts I made 178whp and 194wtq using a Mustang Dynamometer with PowerDyne. I guess people say mustang dynos tend to read lower than dynojets or others.

[]Kevin To

youtu.be/7u04B9uYb6k
aFe Power Exhaust 2017 Honda Civic Si Sedan

[]Alex Tuned

Would love to see a picture of the dyno chart & sheet!

[]Kevin To

Soon lol getting it retuned now that my FX350 clutch is broken in.

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