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Doug from Hondata just finished the final tune this morning, and this supercharger kit is officially done and ready for sale! Here are the final specs: MSRP is $4095, we are selling for $3729. See Honda Civic CT Engineering Supercharger Kit for ordering. PM ME FOR A SPECIAL FORUM ONLY DISCOUNT ON THIS FIRST BATCH OF SUPERCHARGERS! If you already placed your order, just PM me with your forum username, and I'll apply the discount to your current order.


  • Adds approximately 65-75 horsepower (depending on your modifications) to the wheels using the supplied tune for your 12+ Civic Si. This equates to about 260-270 total whp, as measured on a Dynapack dyno. With an intake, race header (downpipe), and exhaust, you should see at least 90 wheel horsepower with a good custom tune. For best power gains, a cold air intake is recommended, especially one that does not re-use any of the factory intake components.
  • Includes 550cc injectors made by DeatschWerks.
  • Very linear increase in boost as RPMs increase.
  • Runs at a safe boost level of about 7 PSI.
  • Must use with a Hondata FlashPro (a CT/Hondata base map tune will be provided with this kit).
  • Very impressive mid-range and top-end performance.
  • Complete "bolt-on" kit, requires no other engine modifications.
  • Comes with carbon fiber fuel rail cover (see picture).
  • Should eventually be CARB Certified for street use in California.
  • Detailed and thorough installation instructions.
  • Installation time is only about 8 hours.
  • 2 year warranty.

CT Engineering is working hard to get the first batch of these out. We're going to start shipping them out to customers as soon as possible.

Check out our Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/goprocivic) for some more pics!

For those of you wondering, the final Stage 1 kit uses a 3.6 inch pulley, which generates about 7 PSI of boost on the K24Z7 motor.

Doug from Hondata did an excellent job tuning the car and we were all pleased with the final power output. And let me say this, there is still room to get more power from the Stage 1 kit tune, especially if you have a race header (downpipe) or high-flow cat setup. In other words, the tune is a bit on the "conservative" side, which is what you would expect from a Stage 1 kit. Despite this, it still puts out about 270 horsepower to the wheels (measured by a Dynapack Dyno)!

Also special thanks to John (Millions-Knives) for installing the Beta version of this kit on his car, and his willingness to work within our schedule to get this kit finalized!





 

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If I didn't want the injectors would you swap them out for a stage 4 clutch? They are about the same price :)


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How is the factory clutch holding up to this power increase?


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Can't wait to get paid!

I'm ready!��
 

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OMG... oh i want one!! Maybe one day.
 

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OEM 8th Flywheel? How do you like it? Did you install all the parts or purchase the OEM Throwout bearing?
Using an 8thgen flywheel and throwout bearing that was included. Also have the EM1 CMC on. Its awesome so far...only dislikes are the slight shudder u can experience when engaging 1st and the fact that i know ceramic clutches don't last very long.

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sweeet!! and nice to see they included a tune already. how's the mpg's with this supercharger?
I've been doing mostly suburban/urban city driving and still getting in the low 20's MPG. So it hasn't dropped much at all. It really depends how often you boost. I haven't really gauged the highway mileage, but I suspect it should be close to what it was before. Bypass valve keeps you essentially NA if you have a light foot.
 

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Using an 8thgen flywheel and throwout bearing that was included. Also have the EM1 CMC on. Its awesome so far...only dislikes are the slight shudder u can experience when engaging 1st and the fact that i know ceramic clutches don't last very long.

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How much did all that cost? Parts list and labor if you could share that.
 

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Damn you, ProCivic, for buying ALL of the first batch from CT :p

I have to wait until the second batch to get mine....ugh lol
 

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Is there going to be a stage 2 soon with the 3.15 pulley?
I'm sure there will be an official Stg2 soon...or you can just get a 3.15" pulley and some bigger injectors and make your own Stg2 like me :dancingcoolsmiley:
 
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