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Old 11-30-2016, 01:54 PM
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don't forget to put some sort of rubber insulator caps on your terminals
Man good call. ill find something to cover them with. my trunk hinge is only an inch at most from touching it
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Old 12-01-2016, 12:13 AM
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So got some more items and a little more work done with mounting the intercooler.
Spoon magnetic bolts and Hondata 4 bar map sensor (big ups to nate from balladesports):


SOS fuel return kit with upgraded aem parts:



After reading a few threads about how people were mounting their precision intercoolers, I think i'm going to mount it with a small gap up top to allow some air to the radiator. Although, im not fond of how it looks. Hopefully its not too noticeable once the car is down and rolling.
Here are rough brackets i made up to mount the intercooler:



I also trimmed the oem grill to fit around the intercooler:


Here's the gap:



Still not sure if I like how it looks....might have to upgrade the radiator and move it up to fill the gap some day...

And here's the undercarriage:

Clears the bottom easy even with it mounted low.

Well that's it tonight. I have Import Auto Pros in westminster (shoutout to lorenzo, david, and the guys) modifying my intercooler piping and welding my oil pan up. After all the fabrication pieces are installed, I think I'll tackle fuel next.

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Old 12-01-2016, 05:26 AM
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BUMP! keep going!
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Old 12-01-2016, 12:43 PM
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Originally Posted by sdosmil77 View Post
BUMP! keep going!
im tryin. gotta go buy a crimp tool to tackle all the wiring.

btw, anybody have a flashpro 06-up tune/map they could send me? or...how would i limp my car to the tuner if i am to drive it there?
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I would change your aem fpr and switch over to a external Aeromotive a1000. they are know to loose pressure at higher psi. I had mine leak on me.
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you had ECU sent to Hondata for the pin?
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you had ECU sent to Hondata for the pin?
Yep, just got it back yesterday.

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I would change your aem fpr and switch over to a external Aeromotive a1000. they are know to loose pressure at higher psi. I had mine leak on me.
Im just going to try them out first. i hope i have better luck. my boys aem 320 pump shit on him just the other day and it wasnt even that old.
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Old 12-02-2016, 11:42 PM
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Hey guys this might end up being a very obvious question, but what line goes to the end of the aem fuel rail towards the front of the car? my feed line will go into the banjo bolt located below the pulsation dampner.

the hole im talking about is the one by my wrist with the nut.

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Originally Posted by Mijae007 View Post
Hey guys this might end up being a very obvious question, but what line goes to the end of the aem fuel rail towards the front of the car? my feed line will go into the banjo bolt located below the pulsation dampner.

the hole im talking about is the one by my wrist with the nut.
Nothing goes there if you are using stock fuel lines....just keep it capped. Feed line to pulse dampner, return line comes off the FPR
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Old 12-03-2016, 02:29 PM
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Originally Posted by S2K-F8 View Post
Nothing goes there if you are using stock fuel lines....just keep it capped. Feed line to pulse dampner, return line comes off the FPR
nice, thanks man!
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