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Lazar559's MM RSX Type-S

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Just thought I'd share my ride with y'all, enjoy!

Heres a video and photo of me on the Nurburgring, first time. I know I have alot to improve on, but this is the first time I've done something like this. Enjoy!

Kelford 179a Camshafts
RBC ported to 70mm (shaved and ported by me)
Hybrid Racing Throttle body 70mm
Hybrid Racing fuel rail (w/ center feed tucked fuel line)
Hybrid Racing Oil Cap
Hybrid Racing PS fitting with tucked PS hose
RDX 410cc Injectors
Injen 3.5" SRI converted to Cold Air (turned intake down and routed it to fender liner and added a section to route it just like a normal CAI. Also relocated washer bottle to passenger side. So now I have a 3.5" Injen CAI instead of the 3" available CAI's)
OBX v2 Race Header
Greddy SP2 cat-back
Hondata K'pro and IMG
Innovative 85a engine mounts
K&N breather filter
JDM Oil Dip-Stick
Tuned by Magnesium

Hybrid Racing Shifter = Badass!
M-Tec Race Springs

JDM Front iS H Badge
JDM Rear iS H Badge
JDM Front Type-S Badge
JDM Rear Type-S Badge
JDM Integra badge
Honda H center caps
Rear wiper delete

JDM Integra Type-S Door Sill Plates
JDM Coin Holder x2
Strut King Pedals
Skunk2 Shift Knob
Black Suede Shift Boot w/ red stitching
Steering Wheel Honda H badge
Red LED floor accent lighting
White LED dome lighting

Comptech Lowering Springs
Ingalls Rear Camber Kit

Russell SS braided Brake Lines
StopTech Performance Front and Rear Pads

Other Dress-up Items:
Skunk2 Valve Cover Washers
Tucked Brake Booster Hose (drilled and tapped bottom of RBC and flipped Brake Booster and capped the port on the RBC)
Battery Relocated to hatch
Shorty Throttle Cable from Spaz, thanks!
Various hoses, cables, and wires either tucked or deleted

Here's one with the battery in the hatch. One cable goes straight to the Starter and the other goes straight to the Fuse Box. Used 4 gauge and each line has a circuit breaker.

Also got the Hybrid Racing Shifter installed. This shifter is awesome, I really like how adjustable it is and it's the nicest feeling shifter I've ever used.

Here's Magnesium's estimate of Hp and Torque, with stock header and also with the race header.

Magnesium's new estimate with the Kelford 179a cams!
Text Line Plot Font Design
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I just took it all off, put a cap on the hardline in the engine bay and turned it off in K'Pro.
Oh and the hybrid racing throttle body has plugs that you can use to plug the spot where the evap purge valve would go
Yes, everything from the hardline on the firewall to the gas tank is still there
Can you post some better pictures of this?
A pic of the line on the firewall?
You'll need a 1/4" NPT tap and 1/4" NPT plug. Just pull the brake booster fitting off the RBC and use the tap to make threads, then screw in the plug.

For re-routing the brake booster hose you'll need the 1/4 NPT tap, 1/4 NPT 90 degree barb fitting, 3/8 rubber hose and a brake booster check valve from a older honda. Drill a hole in the bottom of RBC (I chose the flat area right behind the TB), the run the tap in the hole, then thread in the fitting. Then attach the hose with a clamp and route how you like. Make sure to put the check valve on.
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Which check valve did you end up using?
It's a honda OEM check valve. Here's a pic of one I found on the web, it probably comes from over 20 Hondas, can't remember where I got it (it's been a while).
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I forgot to mention, make sure to use lube on the tap, it makes it easier. Also make sure clean out all the metal shavings that will get inside the RBC.
If you get a chance, get a pic of where it's capped at the firewall.
I get one and post it up when I get off work.
Evap hardline against the firewall. Just put rubber cap on it.
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It's been like that for over a year, no issues. Plenty of people over on clubrsx do it without issues as well.
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