With this last stretch of summer heat left, it made me consider the following topic (sidenote, I remember by this time of the year as a kid, it was already cooler… Even cold. But anyway…). I didn’t realize how much this intake set up is slept on. Honda engineers of that era designed it to comply with the economy and at peak performance, as if they knew they were going to drive the Civic chassis in N1.
But outside of N1 regulations, some still rock the oem air box simply because it works, some even remove the filter completely.
At various track events drivers will opt for the this setup. It’s as if it’s a homage to the N1 days, showing that “yeah I have the OEM air box and I’m passing you on the track” mentality. People will even put their own twist to it by adding a metal intake arm and/or wrapping the air box in heat reflective tape. You’ll even see it on cars that run the kanjo.
Mugen and Comptech/CT Engineering iceboxes are essentially fancier air boxes.
Don’t knock it if it works. This set up isn’t for everyone, especially if your motor is built for high horsepower. But at the end of the day, give the car what it wants, not what you want. ✌️🙏
Whatchu know bout that magic carpet? Whatchu know bout Loop Weaving? Whatchu know bout the ancients who had carpet laid out for their chariots? Whatchu know bout the Hydrolik Carpet Ride?
(Bottom pic: holy fbf!)
Story of my life:
Never forget how you started. Even if it was a small shack. Sometimes it’s better to keep it small. Peace y’all, stay safe.
Muffler ain’t it? 👀👁️👁️
I hope everyone got what they wanted. I’ll share mine:
Main pipes 45φ → 50φ → 60φ / 4-2-1 By making the layout, it achieves both torque and power.
The flange part adopts 3D die casting manufacturing method to eliminate exhaust leakage due to strain.
By using SUS material improves durability and sound quality distinctive to V-TEC.
Mount exclusive stay, head flange gasket included.
For the record, these parts are all made by the same Osakan manufacture, it’s just they share three different company names.
The muffler really reminds me of the ES Tuning Race Muffler from back in the days, I remember it was called their “N1 Muffler.”
It also reminds me of an old school Eikoh! Muffler but with more of a rolled tip:
I’m curious how everything will sound all together. I’m debating if I want to place it in the normal area where the muffler originally hangs, or if I wanna do a center style like this:
But at that height, you gotta worry about ground clearance. But it’s not like I daily my EG anymore anyway… LOL!
Merry Christmas everybody! Stay safe, stay blessed! 📿🙏📿
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My Specter Part 1 post found here