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Did DRob have anything to say / any concerns about those mods on stock internals? I'm looking at a similar upgrade path ideally.
Not at all. He said everything looks great and I’m sure he sees these all the time. He’s the man! On just 91, the car felt like tsp2. Now it’s a whole new animal.



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Setup looks awesome! I painted my 27won logo and I’m just waiting for the weekend to get here so I can install. I’m FBO with W1.
I have the flex fuel kit waiting too but need to figure out how I’m gonna run that with the catch can. I can’t wait to hear & feel the difference.
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How did you paint it? Interested in doing this when I get mine. Looks great!
 

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How did you paint it? Interested in doing this when I get mine. Looks great!
I can’t take all the credit because I did get the idea from another member on the forum, but I can’t remember who it was. But thank you!

I ordered a rallye red pen and clear coat from Touchup Direct. I applied 6 coats of the base coat color and 2 clear coats of the clear coat.
if you do go with the pen, make sure you dab some out on to the plate initially and dip the pen in from there to apply because a lot comes out when you start to compress the pen.
 

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I can’t take all the credit because I did get the idea from another member on the forum, but I can’t remember who it was. But thank you!

I ordered a rallye red pen and clear coat from Touchup Direct. I applied 6 coats of the base coat color and 2 clear coats of the clear coat.
if you do go with the pen, make sure you dab some out on to the plate initially and dip the pen in from there to apply because a lot comes out when you start to compress the pen.
Cool.Thank you, will definitely do this! I think I’m gonna paint it MSM so it’ll match my car, hopefully it pops out as much as the red
 
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Just wanted to give an update after driving with the new TIP for a few days. The bottom end turbo spool up is definitely a noticable difference even with stock turbo. Also when taking to redline the response when shifting into the next gear is quicker. Even though it's not claimed to make a ton of power I can feel the difference when driving. Very happy with purchase.
 

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Just wanted to give an update after driving with the new TIP for a few days. The bottom end turbo spool up is definitely a noticable difference even with stock turbo. Also when taking to redline the response when shifting into the next gear is quicker. Even though it's not claimed to make a ton of power I can feel the difference when driving. Very happy with purchase.
Thanks for the update. I just bought the CAI and will be in on the next TIP pre-order based on this thread.
 

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Can’t wait until the next batch is made so I can buy one!
 

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Final number 362whp 310wtq. Gonna be installing the 27won TIP this weekend and back on she goes.

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Wow that’s really impressive. I was only hoping to squeeze like ~330 whp with W1, flex fuel, and tune. Really happy to see the W1 is capable of that. That’s awesome!
 
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Final number 362whp 310wtq. Gonna be installing the 27won TIP this weekend and back on she goes.

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Very respectable numbers! Good job man! Can't wait to see howuch the tip does for you.
 

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I installed the 27WON TIP today. Install was very smooth, followed their directions and went well. Took 1 hour and 35 mins. I have the prl cobra with race maf, their adapter pipe lined up perfectly. Other mods prl catless dp with maperformance frontpipe back exhaust and tsp stg 1 tune. Throttle response is much crisper, spools up quicker for sure. Turbo sound more defined. Very happy with their product. Will make a bigger difference when I do a drop in turbo. I'm sure the results for PRLs TIP will be similar once released. #27won #prl #maperformance

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So went to install mine today and couldn’t even remove the EVAP bleed air valve (Pump assembly, Purge jet, as it’s referred to on Honda sites - part # 36164-5AA-A01) from the stock tip because both the bolts are stripped. I ordered a new one and two new bolts but unfortunately won’t be here until late next week.
I continued on with the install doing as much as I could and I went ahead and stopped right before putting the 27won tip in. But I noticed the provided silicone hose to go on the silver barb doesn’t have a spring clamp to hold it in place. Is this right? It’s just supposed to stand alone for both tubes?
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So went to install mine today and couldn’t even remove the EVAP bleed air valve (Pump assembly, Purge jet, as it’s referred to on Honda sites - part # 36164-5AA-A01) from the stock tip because both the bolts are stripped. I ordered a new one and two new bolts but unfortunately won’t be here until late next week.
I continued on with the install doing as much as I could and I went ahead and stopped right before putting the 27won tip in. But I noticed the provided silicone hose to go on the silver barb doesn’t have a spring clamp to hold it in place. Is this right? It’s just supposed to stand alone for both tubes?
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The silicone hoses fit very tight for me and for the first 2 days I had no clamp in place and had no issues. I did I stall small zip ties for piece of mind a few days later. You could go out and buy worm gear clamps or just use a small zip tie.
 

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The silicone hoses fit very tight for me and for the first 2 days I had no clamp in place and had no issues. I did I stall small zip ties for piece of mind a few days later. You could go out and buy worm gear clamps or just use a small zip tie.
Yea they fit pretty snug, but I like the piece of mind of having something there too. Thanks!
 

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No sweat, it's a bummer to hear about the stripped screws. Any other questions don't hesitate to ask.
Thanks man I really appreciate it. Yea I’m pretty pissed about it. I even tried to hack-saw my way around it, but nothing was working. Just frustrating that I now have to leave my car on ramps for a week because of two stripped bolts. :mad:
 

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