Got the headers, exhaust and ecu put in....BIG DIFFERENCE. Believe it or not, i actually got SOME torque now. LOL. The headers helped a lot and the ECU did A LOT more than i thought a computer could ever do. It sends so much more fuel to the motor, but damn the power increase is crazy. The vtec kicks in a little higher at 5600 but when it kicks in you can actually feel and hear it now. I always thought vtec was over rated- and it is most of the time - but with this ecu, its something good to have. I didnt really notice much from the exhaust accept for top end and the sound of course.
Good to hear. Those computers can increase performance majorly. Reminds me of something tho. Somebody posted a 66 Nova as theirs. And on the Mod's listed he had all this APC stuff. And Computer listed. lol. Too bad they didnt have computers in them.
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Post by SinisterCRX on Mar 8, 2004 20:54:09 GMT -5
Nova, you're somewhat correct on that. CRX's bodies (being on average about 2000 lbs or less) are light therefore making them a little quicker, but look at the JDM CRX with the B16 Vtec. That thing wasn't quick just because of the car
Maybe I should do that to my CRX lmfao..
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