Civic EG4 :D

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Asked by Oct 29, 2009 at 06:41 PM about the Honda Civic

Question type: Car Customization

heeey i got a Civic EG4, with a D15B engine, wondering if theres anything i could do to get more power out of it? tyy

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upgrade the chip, cold air intake, performance spark plugs(yes they have those)...thats the cheap way.....if u lookn to spend a lil bit of money...upgrade the clutch to an acura ls transmission change the motor to a b16a for under a g...or u can spend more than u paid for the car and drop a h22 or k20 in it.....change the intake manifold, and exhaust manifold, port and polish...and it should pull the way you want it to....but after all of that you will still need to do the suspension so it can grip the right way

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