The ID is bigger. OEM IN: 62mm OEM OUT: 59mm (at turbo) Rampage Ti IN: 68mm Rampage Ti OUT: 63.5mm (at turbo). It should also provide lower IAT's.Is the inlet pipe the same ID as stock? I'm trying to understand the advantage other than it is smoother and less turbulent than the stock ID.
You were able to do a walk-in at Hondata or did you go thru a tuner?Reinstalled my jailbroken ECU last night after returning from a weekend trip in LA. A couple days beforehand, I discovered my hotel was just a stone's throw from American Honda HQ... and a few blocks from Hondata! The CTR is my daily driver, so shipping time was the only thing holding me back, making this opportunity too good to ignore.
HUGE props to the Hondata team for squeezing it in before close on Friday afternoon! Special thanks to Kevin for accommodating this strung-out tourist, you really made my trip
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I called ahead as soon as I knew I'd be in town. They said I could drop it off and pick it up next business day (Monday, after I left). After a little begging, they had it ready at the end of the day so it could fly home with me. It wasn't their usual protocol so hopefully I wasn't too bothersome... I'll have to send them some coffee, or something.You were able to do a walk-in at Hondata or did you go thru a tuner?
I am one who hates vibrations so I haven’t done the RMM swap. After reading your comments I will be order the Perrin inserts though.Swapped out my RV6 RMM, with the really cold weather hitting my car had too much vibration and resonance for me, especially in the morning when really cold. Since I daily it when the weather is nice it just started getting to me. I swapped the Perrin inserts into my original mount and installed it today. A real pain in the butt with my RV6 downpipe and 3" front pipe!! Well worth it though! Next to no vibrations, I can't believe how much more I like the car like this! Under hard acceleration it didn't wheel hop and it put the power down nicely. Great way to add control for super cheap! Definitely one of my favorite mods now. I thought I was just doing this for the winter but if it keeps everything under control when I change to a 18"wheel and sticky tire setup next spring I'm just going to leave it in there!