2.0L CivicX 2.0L Tuning - BIG Gains Confirmed For The Second Time

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    The amount of money and effort it would take to get this to work doesn't make sense when you can just take a hit on a trade in for the known working 1.5T
     
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    No, That is the OEM turbo that comes on the 1.5t Cars.
     
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    The link says 20L in it also when on their site you click on the downpipe and they offer the graph to you in the purchase screen
     
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    I think ots the type r turbo ? Idk It says it will fit the lx but yeah i doubt it
     
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    I typed the part # in on google and its coming up as the factory 1.5t turbo
     
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    Most of these people are telling facts but you seem to only see what you want rv6 downpipe is night and day difference all over the band I bought from the 1st batch best decision ever. If you want more power get it if you don’t want the most you could get out of the car then don’t simple as that
     
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    This disagreement started with high flow cat to stock cat. The dyno shows a catless downpipe and a ktune. I have the ktune on my car and it made a noticeable difference. But if you see the difference after the catless downpipe and imagine a catted downpipe. I think a catted downpipe wouldn’t give any extra power, other than maybe two extra horsepower. So that might be why rv6 hasn’t made one because they know it wouldn’t make enough power to justify selling it. I say stick to a ktune and stock exhaust. But that’s my own opinion. Which this is the dyno after ktune. Now compare it to the other dyno from rv6

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    Idk if its worth it id be paranoid from seeing all these engine blowing up oil dilution posts..not too mention carbon buildup
     
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