Hondata for the FK7

The next step in modifying our FK7 after we designed the exhaust and intake was to start tuning it so we could optimize our freshly installed parts. Even thought our full exhaust and intake system don’t require any tuning on a 2016+ Civic Hatchback Sport to work; we wanted to dial in the fueling and ignition maps to make squeeze out more hp out of our car. To accomplish this we turned to Doug over at Hondata.

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Keeping Things Cool (Sirimoto Oil Cooler)

Knowing that our 2018 Civic SI will find itself on many road courses and race tracks over the coming years it was important that we started early to prepare the car to take the abuse. We knew we needed to add provisions and parts to make for a reliable car both on track and on the street. This was going to start with heat management. The quests to keep temps in control lead us to the guys at Siri Moto.

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Short is Sweet. The Short Shift From Acuity

Practically every new FWD manual transmission car from the factory (which isn’t many now, R.I.P. manual) comes with cable style shifters that connect the bottom of our shifter assembly to the top of our trans-axle. While they have flexibility in design and allow for a much tighter and compact package they do not offer the same kind of direct feel you will get with a hard linkage setup

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There are two easy ways to get more performance out of a turbocharged car. Make it

easier for air to get in and easier for air to get out. On this new 10th generation Honda Civic the best

place to start is with a performance cold air intake and downpipe. Both of these items are readily

available, easy to install, and give some great bang for the buck.

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