MaK786 said:Dont listen to him, he is right in a way, but that is alot of money, especially if you got with name brand companies. from what i know and heard, the unorthodox racing pulley that liuspeed sells, are very good for making low end power. i installed it in my car, and i believe that it made a allot of difference. also, if you are going to go with headers and an intake, then go with the hotshot header and intake, that again liuspeed sells.
taken care of..chimmike said:it would be appreciated if you didn't promote a vendor who doesn't pay for advertising on this forum, yet takes advantage of it.
Duh, like we can launch our cars just as fast if you know how to clutch!!!Terran200sx said:I'll just idle at 4k.
I agree that the flywheel and pulley are probably the best mods for low end power. That said, they won't increase low end power by that much. This is a 1.6L engine we're talking about.DanTheMan said:Duh, like we can launch our cars just as fast if you know how to clutch!!!
I like my 1.6 97' with the UR pulley (1st mod and best).
I have the HS header and CAI
Hand port your TB with sandpaper (the black stuff) and go for a funnel shape for the venturi/compression effect (minor tweak be sure to stick a sock in the tb so no dust gets into the plenum!) or just change it out but you'll prob need a new maf and ecu if ya do that.
I've got a jwt flywheel im my garage and I'm betting that will also help as much or more than the ur pulley did.
The FLYWHEEL will not "increase" hp or torque measurably but it will increase the acceleration of the vehicle as the flywheel will spin-up faster and make shifting and rev matching easier/quicker.
If youre after the hondas though I suggest a total sr20 swap (includes tranny too unfortunately) and then turbo the sr20 and chip it from jwt!
For you're budget (if you have a limited one) the flywheel and pulley are the two best and should go in right away.
Header and intake are great together but if you get the intake first it's the best value and won't blow the header off the engine or anything.
Turbo on a 1.6 is too expensive (especially for obdII engines as the ecu will have to go and you need to buy a 96ecu and have jwt mod it) and not exactly easy to tune or install. More cost effective to just swap it out or buy a new (turbo) car.
Yup, see.verbose Mustafa said:I didn't know clutch was a verb .