+440evilxkid said:i allmost bought a set, but couldn't figure out how to call europe.
my birthday was the 15th manny, that would be a nice late birthday presentchameleon said:wow i was amazed at the website with all the tech info they have and all the advances they have made. top shit in my book! someone needs to get those jenveys they are tsssssst
The manifold is straight, but you can only go up to maybe 48m/m with machining out the ports as it was (I believe) designed for the taper throttles, it will never take a 52 or 54 m/m throttle, and you can not weld them as the material is a non weldable aluminum formula.TeamPacman said:Ya, I like those because it doesn't have any curve on the number one runner..
But you can't use the power steering pump..
Will hopefully have pictures and info for the K20 intake on website in a few days, I will inform, via this forum when they are up on website.suckafree said:not lik it matter, because we've all seen the almighty hayward ITBs (serious) but how come there are no listings or descriptions of them on your website?
err - not sure I know what you mean?suckafree said:thanks scuffers for the pic, which kit is that? the Compact one or the Race one?
currently using EFI, others are using Motec etc.alanb said:wat ecu did u map with?
So they will work with P/S pump? are you sure about that? have you actually seen it done befor?Scuffers said:I have their ITB's on my race car at the moement.
2) they will fit with the std idler pulley OR power steering pump.
they come complete with *everything* that is required to fit them, the injectors/etc.
The Civic type R/S etc, have electric power steering, so if you have hydraulic power steering it won't work with out mods, and the tuned length to fit under hood is very short (air horns), max throttle size 48m/m.chieF rocka said:ones designed for civic are compact.