All Aftermarket performance based modifications for the 10th gen 1.5T

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where did you get this info from thats crazy

basically not allowing us to modify our headers
You should see the hole that the exhuast spits out of, hot side of turbo. It's the diameter of a quarter lol



 

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From what I've heard, they're both really great and comparable products. But the KTuner v1 is about $200 cheaper than the v2 and Hondata, so I'm weighing out the pros/cons. That $200 could go to some Eibach Sportlines!

Any of Hondata's performance programs can be reflashed through a Hondata dealer for just $350. The dealer can in addition, custom tune.
 

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I personally love hondata!! I never had a problem using it. Such an easy program and you can switch tunes right at the track that was my favorite part. Roll up with stock mapping then switch over to " holy shit mode". Can't beat that. Plus some Honda dealerships will actually flash your car for you. In my opinion that is like Honda saying they back that product on their vehicles, super plus
Hey so you personally have had a Honda dealership flash your car with Hondata software? Cause I bought my 6MT ex-t and am loving it, but am not willing to do the flashpro +6psi until ppl have been running it for a year or two no issues.
 
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link for injen intake: http://www.proimporttuners.com/part...aign=product&gclid=CK2x1f2ep8wCFYJZhgodaN4BFA

intercooler: http://www.civicx.com/threads/injen-intercooler-product-info.8680/

BOV: http://www.civicx.com/threads/blow-off-valve-available-now.8600/

CVT mount: http://www.civicx.com/threads/cvt-rear-motor-mount-available-now.8662/

Downpipe: http://www.civicx.com/threads/prl-motorsports-downpipe-front-pipe-pre-order-1-5t-civic-x.8633/

new carbon fiber wing based off the type R

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Auto-Rear-T...ash=item282b8f210d:g:cw4AAOSwdGFYoW4R&vxp=mtr

NEW INTAKES ON EBAY FOR CIVIC TURBO UNDER $199 SHIPPED.
http://www.ebay.com/sch/Air-Intake-Systems/38634/i.html?_from=R40&_vxp=mtr&mvsub=1&_mcatda=true&selfil=2,3,1&selvel=Honda~Civic~2016~-~-&_nkw=AF-Dynamic Honda Civic 2016

With Christmas approaching and Thanksgiving underway, if anyone is interested you can come and check out our parts for the 10th Gen Honda Civic From Black Friday to Cyber Monday. The links for 10th Gen Civics can be found below:

Black Friday Promo: BLACKTWM

We're also looking for someone who is and / or will be in the Montreal, Canada are in January who would be interested in testing our 10th Gen Civic Prototype Short Shifter (shifter and goodies will be given as thanks).


Shift Knobs:
http://www.twmshiftknobs.com/

Short Shifter:
http://www.twmperformance.com/shortshifters/hondashortshifters/honda-civic-2016-shortshifters.htm

Titanium Lug Nuts:
http://www.twmperformance.com/nuts-gateway.html


If Hatch sport is listed as compatible models will any parts still fit, exhaust and intake speaking? im noticing on any part i look up the list say sedan and coupe but never hatch. even if you select hatch it claims not compatible????? Does anyone have any insight. to my general knowledge they should still work, but i want to make sure before i pull the trigger.
 



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If Hatch sport is listed as compatible models will any parts still fit, exhaust and intake speaking? im noticing on any part i look up the list say sedan and coupe but never hatch. even if you select hatch it claims not compatible????? Does anyone have any insight. to my general knowledge they should still work, but i want to make sure before i pull the trigger.
I believe it's the outer cosmetics and exhaust that's not the same
 

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It really doesn't make any sense these days to get aftermarket products. Some of them actually just reduce your car's performance. If you want a sportier car then just get the actual sports trim. I remember the 90s when Honda sold Civics as an ordinary daily driver, there were no options but to go with aftermarket parts. Today there is an SI and Type R loaded with all the performance right out the door.
Lol this guy. Maybe I don't want to spend an extra 20k on aftermarket parts which would be how much all the extra "goodies" are in the type R.
 
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Tuners are maxing out the internals with the stock turbo is why, with the help of ethanol. @PRL Motorsports is developing a internal kit ;)

I believe @VitViper will be using the internal kit to perfect his custom turbo!
 

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Tuners are maxing out the internals with the stock turbo is why, with the help of ethanol. @PRL Motorsports is developing a internal kit ;)

I believe @VitViper will be using the internal kit to perfect his custom turbo!
We will be developing a kit very shortly!
 

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