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Hey guys i hope everyone had a great weekend we had a small discussion here at Boomba and would like hear from you guys what product would you like us to provide for the 9th Gen Civic.
 

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I've seen that you have made mounts for the 9th Gen so maybe a front/rear strut bar for more stiffness? Or a rear tie bar for looks and functionality. Just an opinion.

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But right now the mounts are on my list of things to get. Read good reviews on them.

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Hey guys i hope everyone had a great weekend we had a small discussion here at Boomba and would like hear from you guys what product would you like us to provide for the 9th Gen Civic.

A direct bolt on head replacement that will work with our OEM intake, and existing 3" downpipes, and enable / fit vtech exhaust cam. Make the cam fitment dimensions mimic the intake side.

Say you'll do it and I'll pre-order NOW!
 
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I'm just throwing ideas out there.

A better cai with less bends, which there are people here who has done them already. Built a Downpipe to compete with the other ones out there to show why you guys are number 1. Get a hold of projector headlights. Rear swaybars, etc.
 

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A direct bolt on head replacement that will work with our OEM intake, and existing 3" downpipes, and enable / fit vtech exhaust cam. Make the cam fitment dimensions mimic the intake side.

Say you'll do it and I'll pre-order NOW!
That would be pretty incredible but I think it might be a lot to ask for.
 

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That would be pretty incredible but I think it might be a lot to ask for.
It's business, if enough people want it, they'll do it.
And I don't think it's engineering the moon, if no one comes out with one I'll eventually do it myself, I'm not kidding.

As far as the intake goes, you should make your own, that is a simple enough DIY.
 
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A better designed CAI that mimics the path of the stock intake. If you could fab up an intake that pulled in air from the front bumper and didn't require battery relocation that would be the bees knees. I think enough people on the forum would be buyers. You don't even need to make the filter. A generic KN one would work just fine.


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A better designed CAI that mimics the path of the stock intake. If you could fab up an intake that pulled in air from the front bumper and didn't require battery relocation that would be the bees knees. I think enough people on the forum would be buyers. You don't even need to make the filter. A generic KN one would work just fine.


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C' mon guys...
We can do the CAI ourselves, this a simple DIY.
I can't believe how many people pay for a filter on a stick.
DIY the intake, use the boomba resources for the head. The intake side wasn't the compromise, that cam has 2 lobes, the exhaust side was the compromise in the design, one lobe on the cam, that is where the gains are to be made.
 
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C' mon guys...
We can do the CAI ourselves, this a simple DIY.
I can't believe how many people pay for a filter on a stick.
DIY the intake, use the boomba resources for the head. The intake side wasn't the compromise, that cam has 2 lobes, the exhaust side was the compromise in the design, one lobe on the cam, that is where the gains are to be made.
I agree

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Sorry guys, just realized I may be comin' across wrong.
Done trying to influence the thread.
 

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Not quite sure if this would be up Boomba's alley or not, but what about hood dampers? For stock hoods and for carbon fiber hoods. And hopefully less than $100 or so. No one makes them for the 2012+ Civic yet, so Boomba would have a monopoly on the hood damper market!
 

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front strut bar and defenatly a better CAI
 
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Interesting ideas keep em comin and i hope everyone had a great weekend!
 
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Nothing yet its too early just been putting the last touches with electrics on our dyno stay tuned for updated :D
 
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How about a cai that works with the rbc manifold or maybe a intake manifold specificaly made to bolt up to the k24 and not a kit something similar to the skunk2 manifold made for the 8th gen

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Seems like alot of people are really interested in CAI hmm interesting.
 
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