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P2R Intake Manifold Heat Gasket im thinking of buying but cant find any DIY for it. Anyone put one on their car? How hard is it and how do you do it please. Thanks!!!
i was looking in my car the other day and for us SI guys it is kinda weird cuz right between the cylinder head and the intake manifold(plastic) there are runners for all four intakes that are cast aluminum that look like is a seperate piece from the intake and the cylinder head, weird they would do that
That's what I would do if I were you. Just wait till rbc. You won't wanna take everything back off to put rbc on after just swapping a gasket.
the there is no power steering pump that the belt turns, the power steering pumps on the new civic are all electric. and to get the whole manifold off the top bar that is part of your frame that is right in front of your intake manifold pops out just by unbolting it so you can get at the intake manifold better, i got a vid here its the FN2 but same idea on removing it
PRL has a kit that makes it much easier than the first way some of us did.Great Video, thanks for the post. This however does not look like an install for a rookie!
What are the key benefits to a new intake manifold?
How many more horses are we looking at after a tune?
Where are the powerband improvements felt with our '12 Si's?
PRL has a kit that makes it much easier than the first way some of us did.
Key benefit is more air. Flows a lot better.
Don't know the exact increase of HP for just the intake but people with rbc, full exhaust, intake and tune usually are making 218-225 easily.
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