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i have an AEM CAI, and Greddy SP exhaust, and springs and shocks...anyone have any suggestions for my next step?? how big of a difference do headers make, and what brand is the best?
 

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what year do u have?

I would say get the header to complete the set up or pulley's.......

suspension mods are always good
 

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Well since you have a '97 Lude, and already have the given intake and exhaust, I'd go with either a set of pulleys or a VAFC. Both are probably your best bets as far as "horsepower for the money" is concerned. The only problem with the VAFC is that it needs to be dyno tuned in order for you to see your optimum settings, which can be a problem for some people.
 

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my vote goes to.......swaybars...both front and rear!!!!

and also some sticky tires:)
 

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Yeah, I'd probably go with the pulleys or the VAFC but aside from the dyno tuning for the VAFC you'd also have to do the OBDII workaround...:eek:
 

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RacerOne said:
Yeah, I'd probably go with the pulleys or the VAFC but aside from the dyno tuning for the VAFC you'd also have to do the OBDII workaround...:eek:
u don't have too...........
 

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lOOkatme said:
my vote goes to.......swaybars...both front and rear!!!!

and also some sticky tires:)
seconded.
 

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RC Throttle body & header. Since you already have a greddy exhaust , I would go with a greddy header.....

VAFC is for when your ready to hit the dyno....If you dont have one in your area your out of luck so look into a place that can properly tune a VAFC and dyno your car. If they dont work on honda's much I wouldnt even bother.
 

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u don't have too
Yeah, I know 97lude that you don't have too. But it's not all that good to play with the settings on the VAFC if you don't know what your doing and the OBDII workaround should be done unless you want to pull your fuse on a regular basis.....:rolleyes:
 

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RacerOne said:
Yeah, I know 97lude that you don't have too. But it's not all that good to play with the settings on the VAFC if you don't know what your doing and the OBDII workaround should be done unless you want to pull your fuse on a regular basis.....:rolleyes:
I agree with him.
 
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