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crank pulley, all the hoses and screws, etc. it needs, instruction manual that is fairly comprehensive, and I think that's it. You'll want to get a new intake manifold gasket, and new throttle body gasket at your local honda dealership so that they can replace those when they do the install (recommended). That should only be $20-$30 if I remember correctly.
 

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When replacing the intake manifold gasket, go with the one from Hondata. It has been tested to reduce heat soak resulting in lower intake temps and a measurable increase in power.

Great way to spend $60.00

www.hondata.com
 

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you can run a small ( and i mean real small 25 shot ) shot of nos to reduce it intake temp to help out and not have a bad effect on the motor or the blower. ive seen it done and it does work out pretty damn good!!
 

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Ahahahah, just thought of this one. Wire your windshield wiper squirters behind a minifan mounted ontop the blower, and squirt away before/after a race to keep those "high engine bay temps" down :p
 

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RaceInspired said:
Ahahahah, just thought of this one. Wire your windshield wiper squirters behind a minifan mounted ontop the blower, and squirt away before/after a race to keep those "high engine bay temps" down :p
I think you'd have better luck getting a vented hood.
 
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