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    Hey! I have a 2015 LX manual, I have had her for two years now. So far I have K&N Cold air intake, Borla S-Type exhaust installed. I joined looking for advice and recommendations for what to do next because I want to seriously mod my car. I am leaning towards In-tank High flow fuel pump next. But at the same time thinking about switching to a Si before I dive too deep into what I have now.

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    Truck? What truck?! scottyrocks's Avatar
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    Welcome to 9th gen, Vic.

    Before diving in too deep, trade for an Si and start from there if you're looking for increased performance. It's a more powerful starting point, and there's more goodies available for it than the R18.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scottyrocks View Post
    Welcome to 9th gen, Vic.

    Before diving in too deep, trade for an Si and start from there if you're looking for increased performance. It's a more powerful starting point, and there's more goodies available for it than the R18.
    Agree with scotty on this. Trade for the SI and start over. Takes a lot of time and money to make the single cam worth a damn. Even after you put a bunch of money into the motor you'd still be lacking the six speed and the LSD.
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    Go with the SI.
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    Yep, get the SI.
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