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rigid collar, hfc, seats, intake, catch can, hondata reflash etc

Local pickup socal accepted - will deduct shipping.


2006 TSX manual ECU with Hondata reflash - dyno is for ecu swap only I/H/E will offer more. = 325 shipped

Fuel, ignition timing and cam timing optimized.
VTEC point decreased from 6000 rpm to 4850 rpm.
Rev limit raised to 7600 rpm (AT: sport shift mode only)
Maximum torque gain 28 ft/lbs torque at 6000 rpm (AT: 24 ft/lbs)
Maximum power gain 32 hp at 6000 rpm (AT: 28 hp)
Peak torque increases from 165ft/lbs at 4700 rpm to 168 ft pounds at 4700 rpm
Peak power increases from 201 hp at 7100 rpm to 204 at 6800 rpm (up to 8hp - auto)
Very wide flat smooth torque curve. 90% of peak torque available from 2000-7000 rpm.
Fully dealer compatible - works with all Honda scan tools and equipment
California emissions legal (CARB EO D-742)





Custom magnaflow HFC with flex pipe all stainless steel - has pre and post 02 sensor bungs, great for PLM header use especially and will not throw a cel = 225 shipped - SOLD Mathlabs



Catch can with custom block vent line, PCV vent line and return lines all mad by GJ aircraft also filter for open use = 125 shipped



AEM dry flow filter with IAT port - will fit factory TB or with extension, best peak power and response = 70 shipped



Spoon Sports Rigid collar set front and rear 425 shipped



OEM black leather front seats pair - 500 + shipping



2006+ OEM fog lights = 50 shipped



OEM horns left and right = 40 shipped



OEM Post cat Oxygen sensor = 40 shipped

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Could you give more info on catch can, how it should be connected and were should be placed
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That depends on intent - real time used really long drain back line from the valvecover and port to help the open filter system, these were also hand built and extremely tight engines with little blowby.



For a standard engine I would use the PCV port hose or a clamp on an fitting that could screw into the can to make that line as short as possible, also run the block breather line to the second entry and use the top mounted return line to connect your intake, this will provide ample vacuum so as not to lose power while still separating the liquid bits, from the vapor, helping.

The engine this was build fot use and AN fitting but we found we could dump the PCV system into the exhaust and not worry about overflow during endurance racing.

Here is a mockup I just sent another member on another TSX





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I'm down for that HFC - I know you said this works well for PLM, and I also have a PLM - did you shorten your header or shorten your exhaust side?

Also I'm in California, can you ship?
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I'm down for that HFC - I know you said this works well for PLM, and I also have a PLM - did you shorten your header or shorten your exhaust side?

Also I'm in California, can you ship?
I just had my local exhaust shop cut and add a 3 bolt flange to my stock exhaust

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I am interested in the rigid collars
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