I'm not sure what manifold that is "RMB", buts it's probably just a typo. I can't picture the stock TSX header flowing better then a DC header though, even if the gains are minimal.Funny, the biggest mod on the car - aside from a cat delete with test pipe - is an RMB intake manifold with DC headers. But he said that's a bad idea (though common) on this car, it adds power at the high RPM range but actually saps it from mid-range.
He suggested I should think about finding stock headers and manifold for cheap on eBay and get re-tuned for more mid-band torque.
Other than that, my car has Koni shocks, Neuspeed lowered springs, and aluminum pulleys.
And the Flashpro, of course
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That interesting 220hp seems very high for what you have done. At least it gives me an idea of some comparison.Oh, and as for the final dyno results, I'm up to ~219 hp at the wheels now (I think - I don't have the results in front of me - it was a 12-15 gain in hp). But the much smoother operation at normal in-city driving speeds is what I was really after!
He is definitely a tuning wizard especially with Hondas.