unless your car is highly modified NA or FI, nitrous, getting all those things are a waste of money. honda ignition systems are more than up to the challange. as well as the fuel delivery system. if you just have an I/h/e combo, just get a fuel pressure regulator.pboilee said:well, it might help if you upgrade fuel rail with regulator, injectors, fuel pump, filter, and your spark system (MSD Ignition). It's not too hard. But the hard part is to stop all the fuel leaks. My friend does swaps for ppl and installs aftermarket stuff for ppl. He says there's never a time when you install the fuel rails and injectors that you will not have to fix a leak. Other than that it's basically bolt off, bolt on kinda thing.
pullies and short throw... better choice than the fuel railDarkSideAccord said:thanx for the reply guys.... i guess i'm not getting the fuel rail.. however, i did just buy pullies and a short shifter adapter... can't wait to install it this weekend...
what kinda engine? I have a b16 w/ gsr cams, AEM camgears and skunk2 intake manifold for sale =) runs 9.2 all day in a full interior crx w/ stock tires down at irwindale's 1/8. you still go to poly? Let me know heheheculmination said:nah i sold both my accord and my Z to get the g35. very nice and pleased so far.
but i do plan on getting a CRX with an engine swap.
UltraMagneticAL said:what kinda engine? I have a b16 w/ gsr cams, AEM camgears and skunk2 intake manifold for sale =) runs 9.2 all day in a full interior crx w/ stock tires down at irwindale's 1/8. you still go to poly? Let me know hehehe
oh yeah, and no one answered my question about what side the h22 fuel rail is on? i'll try asking in the lude forum.