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i learned this from a web site check it out its interesting.

- After the installation of any bolt-on performance part, let the car warm up for 5-10 minutes, then turn off the car. Locate the Back Up fuse (7.5 amps) in the underhood fuse box and remove it for 5 minutes. Replace the fuse, and start the car and let it idle for a few minutes without touching the gas pedal. Turn off the car, restart it, and drive it hard! This tip, which only works on Honda and other cars with speed-density fuel injection, resets the computer and allows it to "re-learn" the engine with the new modification in place. Good for a few extra horsepower. (Also works well when racing at a different elevation than usual.)


- Planning on tearing up the road courses with your Civic? Then upgrade your rear drum brakes to discs. All you have to do is locate the rear trailing arm (which includes the disc and caliper), and the e-brake cables, from the same model year Integra. These can usually be found at the local salvage yard, and they will bolt right up.


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- (this has been removed because of a warning that it wrecks the gasket on the nos bottle


good luck

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You could also just disconnect the negative battery terminal and it would reset the Computer...
ya thats what i was thinking. i wounder why they just didn't say that?

It's probly easyer to pull a fuse then disconect the battery termanel,(as if eather are hard)lol:)
 

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You could also just disconnect the negative battery terminal and it would reset the Computer...
yeah, but when i do that it resets my alarm and keyless entry then i have to go to the dealer to get it all redone, it sucks.
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yeah, but when i do that it resets my alarm and keyless entry then i have to go to the dealer to get it all redone, it sucks.
good point i never thought of that because im too broke to have an alarm or keyless entry. well i had an alarm and my stereo still got stolen so i killed it.:)
 

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For the n2o trick, I don't know about your shops but mine fills the bottle while its on a scale so there is no overfilling of the bottle.. And freezing the bottle, my gasket on the bottle wasn't keeping the pressure so their was a big leak in the bottle, and I called Zex and they asked me if my bottle had ever been frozen.. and I said no, why? and they said because freezing the bottle can ruin the gasket causing a leak in the bottle..
 

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word, that shit really works?
 

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- Planning on tearing up the road courses with your Civic? Then upgrade your rear drum brakes to discs. All you have to do is locate the rear trailing arm (which includes the disc and caliper), and the e-brake cables, from the same model year Integra. These can usually be found at the local salvage yard, and they will bolt right up.
when you replace the drums with disks...don't you have to get an integra master cylinder (<--forgot what its called, i think this is it) so that the pedal pressure will be enough to handle the disks? or you get mushy pedal feel

cause i was reading up on the disk swap and peeps recommend to get the teg one and swap out the civic one.
 
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