Honda Civic / Del Sol (1992 - 2000) EG/EH/EJ/EK/EM1 Discussion

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Old 08-17-2004, 02:46 PM
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i have a b18c in a hb and was wondering if it was worth paying all that money for a brand name header. ex. d c sport vs. hp racing. thanks for any info
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go DC over HP header
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DC for sure!
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DC definately. Not because of the name, but because of the quality.
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4-1 or 4-2-1, chrome or ceramic, what are the benefits and trade-offs? Just wanted some opinions, Thanx
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4-2-1 stainless
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I was told that with some aftermarket headers you will oose some of your car options like A/C. Is that true?
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No sir. Has nothing to do with it.
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just forget those aftermarket headers

get and ITR 4-1 with a 2.5" collector
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comptech stainless 4-2-1 .....!!!
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mugen y0!!!

dc 4-1 will be a good choice
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Don't use stainless unless you're a ricer...
Ceramic keeps the heat in which is much better for performance!
If you want to save TQ go 4-2-1, however I recommend running 4-1 design, overall the high end HP gains are much more, trust me you feel the gains... I ran DC sports ITR style 4-1 in my B16, it was excellent!
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