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  1. Jett561
    06-03-2016 04:37 PM - permalink
    Hey man what fenders do you have? And what price you looking for?
  2. Bosing10
    05-03-2012 10:06 AM - permalink
    Hey msg box full delete some msgs
  3. Nick.T.V
    11-19-2009 03:39 PM - permalink
    Yeah man, where u live at? lets pick a spot to meet.
  4. Nick.T.V
    11-19-2009 02:36 PM - permalink
    go to atcoraceway.com.... its in atco NJ. Like 45 min from englishtown. Its like south west of manahawkin NJ
  5. Nick.T.V
    11-19-2009 02:15 PM - permalink
    hey man, come to atco this sunday !
  6. mako8
    04-11-2009 07:35 PM - permalink
    i haven't done the aftercooler yet...still need to save up for it. i would suggest talking to El_mahone and maybe Highrev1 for the specific parts. when i get around to doing this, i will be working with my local shop that does this kind of thing a lot and so i might not be using the exact parts that others have used.
  7. El_mahone
    04-02-2009 02:21 PM - permalink
    The SC is running fine, but I have been having problems dropping out of VTEC at high RPMs, still don't know why.
  8. liquidr1
    12-08-2008 05:57 PM - permalink
    well, i put the P2R gaskets on when i was still NA and honestly i couldnt really tell that much of a difference. The manifold gasket will make a small difference in your manifold temps, but i would say that the throttle body gaskets are worthless. Just do the throttle body coolant bypass mod instead. (that is if you dont live in a really cold climate)

    But im F/I now and i no longer have the P2R intake manifold gasket because it leaked coolant with my Comptech manifold. So i use the thick paper gasket that came with the comptech kit.
  9. OrdnanceMarine
    09-23-2008 12:39 AM - permalink
    Actually, 07_HFP_Si has the Vibrant header with Greddy Evo2. We installed his header at my place this past weekend. I've got the Vibrant header and the Vibrant exhaust and like both a lot. We had no problem bolting the Greddy to the Vibrant. Vibrant is now including a gasket to go between the two. The most you should need now is bolts to hitch the header up to the cat-back.
  10. tdsoup
    07-29-2008 11:28 AM - permalink
    I don't know. Check with the manufactures. These brackets worked great for me.

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  • About itsmillz
    New Jersey
    Madden, Halo, And My Si
    Wanna Race?
    Car Year
    Engine/Performance Modifications
    K2 Motors Cold Air Intake With Greddy evo 2 Exhaust Also Ingalls Torque Dampener and vibrant race header And High Flow Cat.
    Wheel/Suspension Upgrades
    Akuzi 17 inch Rims Black With Chrome Lip
    Exterior Modifications
    Seibon Carbon Fiber Hood soon to come Seibon Carbon Fiber Trunk
    Interior Modifications
    Garmin Gps and Viper Radar Detector Wire Into Cars Ignition so no visable wires


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