Is the 12 Si P2R Clutchline, or Russell Stainless Steel Clutchline better?
I ordered the P2R one from Corsport for $45,
and the Russell Stainless Stee Clutchline at procivic is , $25.95
1) CorSport: Honda - 2012+ Honda Civic Si - P761
P2R Clutchline for $45.00
2) Honda Civic...
So I ordered a 12 si p2r clutchline from Corsport, I see forums with like 8th gens lines looking exactly the same, the I see 9-11 SI lines that are made of stainless Steele instead of black and, so is the 12 clutch line the same as an 8th but worded for 9th gen, and the stainless Steele looking...
Hey guys. I did some research and I can't seem to find an answer. I have a Greddy SRI and I'm thinking about buying a P2R TBS off of Corsport, I've heard of people having to alter/cut their CAI tubes in order for the TBS to fit, mainly the injen intake if I'm not mistaken. Does anyone know if...
I was on CorSport's website and I noticed these P2R Ported Intake Manifold Runners.
CorSport: Honda - 2012+ Honda Civic Si - P340
Now what is the difference between this and a ported RBC intake manifold? Thanks!
Anyone here have this?? thinking of buying it because I know it does improve powa. Is kinda like hondata gasket.
P2R - Thermal Intake Manifold Gasket- 2012+ Civic Si [P2R-P161 2012+CivicSi] - $39.99 : THROWDOWN PERFORMANCE
Just installed my P2R TBS with my Injen CAI. No modifications needed to the CAI. I will explain in a bit.
Originally I had the P2R TBS on, didn't really feel anything, maybe a slight improvement with torque. I didn't hear the whistle that people were talking about too?
Next, I received my...
Just arrived in the mail today so after making a few runs had a little down time here at work so i decided to install it. IT coms with the spacer, gasket, all extended bolts. There is also a black plasic piece that screws into a hole on side of spacer. this is hole you can use later if you add...
This is all done by member WTEX, thanks for the detailed write up on the install!!!!
Take off negative terminal on battery and set aside (10mm socket).
Step 1. Take off rubber intake boot. Freeing the filter box from Cold air tube. Do not throw away for you will be re-using this piece...