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Very close to doing this upgrade!!

Okay guys. I have some money. I am thinking of adding Intake, Headers, and Exhaust. No tune.

I know I start a lot of threads about upgrading my car. I know a lot of you are annoyed by that. For that I apologize. BUT THANK YOU for all of your help so far.

Here goes. My local performance shop said they can do 1800 out the door. I had rather do that without a tune because a tuner and a dyno is 1400. I figured I could get more HP out of intake, header, and exhaust detuned than just a tune and maybe an intake. I was thinking of doing a tune at the end when I have more things.

My friend said I should scratch all of that and focus on lowering the car. He said it is worth doing first because of the handling, and the fact that I will need good handling anyway if I decide to upgrade stuff. He had a good point.

BUT HERE is the main reason that I started the thread. My best friend is a mechanic and said he can do the install. So can you guys please link me to the best Intake, best headers, and best exhaust? I was mostly just looking for a delete when it comes to exhaust..Maybe not the whole setup because I don't really want to change the sound, but if there is some necessary stuff that I am forgetting ( I probably am ) then please feel free to mention.

Again, I am very grateful for all of the help and time you guys have given me.

Looking forward to hearing what you have to say and getting some links! Thanks!
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Here man...HERE are all the stores on the internet that has shit for the TSX

www.heeltoeauto.com
Excelerate Performance - European, Exotic and Japanese Performance Specialists!! - Homepage
Welcome to K-Tuned - Race Proven
https://www.hondata.com/


Browse the stores for what you want or need. then purchase.
then have your mechanic friend install whatever you choose to buy.


ideally for the exhaust; you would take your car to an exhaust shop and ask them to cut out the resonators and mid-pipes and weld in straight pipes in its place.

additionally; if you read HeelToeAuto's blog, he has done the research and writes out in his blog about cool things that you can do with the TSX

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RV6 downpipe -- Keeps the stock CAT
https://www.rv6-p.com/i4pcddptsx.html

RV6 downpipe + high flow cat -- Replaces stock CAT with a higher flowing CAT
https://www.rv6-p.com/tsxi4pcd-hfc.html

RV6 downpipe + test pipe -- You will be basically straight piped
https://www.rv6-p.com/i4pcdtp-combo.html
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Here man...HERE are all the stores on the internet that has shit for the TSX

www.heeltoeauto.com


Browse the stores for what you want or need. then purchase.
then have your mechanic friend install whatever you choose to buy.


ideally for the exhaust; you would take your car to an exhaust shop and ask them to cut out the resonators and mid-pipes and weld in straight pipes in its place.

additionally; if you read HeelToeAuto's blog, he has done the research and writes out in his blog about cool things that you can do with the TSX
Wow thanks a lot for the plug and the shout! regrettably I haven't done quite as much in the way of blogging lately as I'd like to. But definitely wear specialists in TSX is so any mods you want we should be able to help with. Any ones that are worth a damn anyway.

One of the coolest features of our website is that through the Let's Deal menu on our page you can build custom combos and things as well.
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What hapened to the supercharger route ?

https://acurazine.com/forums/second-...out-do-975317/
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RV6 downpipe -- Keeps the stock CAT
https://www.rv6-p.com/i4pcddptsx.html

RV6 downpipe + high flow cat -- Replaces stock CAT with a higher flowing CAT
https://www.rv6-p.com/tsxi4pcd-hfc.html

RV6 downpipe + test pipe -- You will be basically straight piped
https://www.rv6-p.com/i4pcdtp-combo.html
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Okay guys. I have some money. I am thinking of adding Intake, Headers, and Exhaust. No tune.

I know I start a lot of threads about upgrading my car. I know a lot of you are annoyed by that. For that I apologize. BUT THANK YOU for all of your help so far.

Here goes. My local performance shop said they can do 1800 out the door. I had rather do that without a tune because a tuner and a dyno is 1400. I figured I could get more HP out of intake, header, and exhaust detuned than just a tune and maybe an intake. I was thinking of doing a tune at the end when I have more things.

My friend said I should scratch all of that and focus on lowering the car. He said it is worth doing first because of the handling, and the fact that I will need good handling anyway if I decide to upgrade stuff. He had a good point.

BUT HERE is the main reason that I started the thread. My best friend is a mechanic and said he can do the install. So can you guys please link me to the best Intake, best headers, and best exhaust? I was mostly just looking for a delete when it comes to exhaust..Maybe not the whole setup because I don't really want to change the sound, but if there is some necessary stuff that I am forgetting ( I probably am ) then please feel free to mention.

Again, I am very grateful for all of the help and time you guys have given me.

Looking forward to hearing what you have to say and getting some links! Thanks!
And for the $1800 you'll get what - another 10hp?
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Originally Posted by thoiboi View Post
What hapened to the supercharger route ?

https://acurazine.com/forums/second-...out-do-975317/
I changed my mind because although the supercharger kit would land me around 5k, it would cost more to adjust other things, as you know.

Thank you guys for the links, seriously!

You know I warm your heart thoyboy!!
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Wow thanks a lot for the plug and the shout! regrettably I haven't done quite as much in the way of blogging lately as I'd like to. But definitely wear specialists in TSX is so any mods you want we should be able to help with. Any ones that are worth a damn anyway.

One of the coolest features of our website is that through the Let's Deal menu on our page you can build custom combos and things as well.
I enjoyed reading about the green machine part 2.
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Honestly man, without a tune that stuff isn't worth much. My tune from e-tunez brought the car alive.
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I changed my mind because although the supercharger kit would land me around 5k, it would cost more to adjust other things, as you know.

Thank you guys for the links, seriously!

You know I warm your heart thoyboy!!
well at least you're moving towards the right direction and thinking through your upgrades..
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Glad to read you are excited to put money in the car. Keep in mind it is going to change the way it sounds, probably not for the better.

If you want power on a budget, buy a motorcycle for $3k and beat 95% of the cars on the road

I love my TSX but I really don't think it offers a palletable platform for performance outside of the way it is now. Handling is fantastic, get some good rubber, keep it clean and enjoy it.
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These engines sound SO bad with an exhaust....

But everyone's ears are different. Mine work. So I can hear things.
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Listen to your friend. Suspensions mods have a better ROI and you'll immediately feel the difference at any speed. Without tuning, the I/H/E, are not going to net you much gain. Hell, even with a tune, the gains would be mediocre.
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The correct suspension mods would be my choice as well.

But...do you want suspension mods, OP?
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Thank you guys for all the responses. I literally love this forum.

Okay so, I ended up just getting an intake. Got a good deal on it. And my buddy is about to install it. It's a start!! That is where a lot of people start. And I know it is very controversial, but I do believe that they increase HP. The brand guarentees 7hp increase. I know I will be lucky to get that, and when I bought it, I was not expecting much. I just knew it would be a good start, and I didn't feel like spending 1800. YET! So here is the intake.

I decided to go with RAM instead of cold air because it rains a lot here and I didn't want that to affect my reliability.




and here is a video where they did a dyno test to see if an intake made a difference. I am pretty sure they said it gained 5hp. I know that it's a different car though, so we will see. Thought you guys might find it interesting because I know there is a lot of controversy on that, especially online.


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The correct suspension mods would be my choice as well.

But...do you want suspension mods, OP?
I do, but I like hauling ass down side streets that are generally 40mph and have a few bumps. My suspension currently handles it with ease, and I am more than happy with my handling. But.. Thinking of better handling does sound pretty badass. Especially since that is my favorite thing about the car! Plus, lowered cars look dope! I just would hate to have to go slower down my favorite roads to speed on. And even more, I would really hate to screw my car up on accident.

OH.. Speaking of which, I really need new brakes. The stock breaks are shit! When I had the 2018 Nissan Altima for rental, and test drove the 2018 TLX v6, I loved those brakes. I want something like that. I don't need anything like the level of Brembo, because my car is not that fast. But I would like something that is high performance at a good cost. I found something online for a good price but it wasn't including calipers.

These seem pretty cheap and aren't incredibly expensive. And have a lot of good reviews. Any experience?

https://www.autoanything.com/brakes/...ion-brake-kits
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Originally Posted by thunderbt3 View Post
RV6 downpipe -- Keeps the stock CAT
https://www.rv6-p.com/i4pcddptsx.html

RV6 downpipe + high flow cat -- Replaces stock CAT with a higher flowing CAT
https://www.rv6-p.com/tsxi4pcd-hfc.html

RV6 downpipe + test pipe -- You will be basically straight piped
https://www.rv6-p.com/i4pcdtp-combo.html
Question, which one of these will not make my car sound loud while still adding a decent amount of power?
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Probably option 1. Option 3 will sound like sh!t...


Can't believe this thread flew under my radar for 8 days...


What's up? How do you like the intake?
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Take it from someone who has done it, do not go through all of this without a tune. Buy either flashpro or k tuner, and have someone tune it for you. I can personally recommend e-tunez.com. My TSX ran ok until I had them tune it. Now it runs great. I have that very same intake, and have personally experienced that once it is installed the MAF reads (and therefore fuels) inaccurately. This is due to increased pipe diameter. The verdict, if you so much as change the intake, get it tuned if you want it to run right.

E-tunez will recalibrate your MAF to compensate for different size intake tuning, and also will tune MAP tables once switched over to speed/density. There are other tuning options as well, but these guys do a good job for a reasonable fee.
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Probably option 1. Option 3 will sound like sh!t...


Can't believe this thread flew under my radar for 8 days...


What's up? How do you like the intake?
I love it! It sounds great.. I can tell a huge difference. The throttle response has increased, and the kick when it downshifts has increased. Definitely made a difference that I could feel instantly!

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Take it from someone who has done it, do not go through all of this without a tune. Buy either flashpro or k tuner, and have someone tune it for you. I can personally recommend e-tunez.com. My TSX ran ok until I had them tune it. Now it runs great. I have that very same intake, and have personally experienced that once it is installed the MAF reads (and therefore fuels) inaccurately. This is due to increased pipe diameter. The verdict, if you so much as change the intake, get it tuned if you want it to run right.

E-tunez will recalibrate your MAF to compensate for different size intake tuning, and also will tune MAP tables once switched over to speed/density. There are other tuning options as well, but these guys do a good job for a reasonable fee.
Okay I am very interested in this. Are you saying that I can buy a tuner, download some tunes online, and have an experienced friend tune it while I drive it? Am I understanding this correctly? I am still trying to figure it out, and a dyno is 800 here. Too much for me! Id rather tune than get exhaust. I am not very interested in the sound either. Oh by the way, will a tune mess up my cruise control?
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I love the sound of an intake, but please, don't straight pipe the car... That is plain


I'm under the impression you just get the tuner and bring it to a shop along with the car...
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Yeah but there is a difference between a Dyno tune and an Etune and i am trying to figure out what that is.. I know that my friend tuned his car by driving it around and having a guy with a laptop in the passenger seat.. I am guessing that is an etune?
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Okay I am very interested in this. Are you saying that I can buy a tuner, download some tunes online, and have an experienced friend tune it while I drive it? Am I understanding this correctly? I am still trying to figure it out, and a dyno is 800 here. Too much for me! Id rather tune than get exhaust. I am not very interested in the sound either. Oh by the way, will a tune mess up my cruise control?
Basically yes, you can get a Ktuner or Flashpro and have it tuned online (called an e-tune) or do some tutorials online and adjust your map a little to help out your mods. A real good tune will end up coming from a dyno session. $800 is way too much to pay though, by more than double I would say.

No the cruise control will not get messed up.

What year is the car?
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Basically yes, you can get a Ktuner or Flashpro and have it tuned online (called an e-tune) or do some tutorials online and adjust your map a little to help out your mods. A real good tune will end up coming from a dyno session. $800 is way too much to pay though, by more than double I would say.

No the cruise control will not get messed up.

What year is the car?
That is great news! Well I have seen Hondata's go for 500.. So I could buy a hondata for 500 with an eTune for a Ram Air Intake and do it myself? I am cool getting a little less than a dyno if I can save $800.

Oh by the way, it is a 2014 Acura TSX Base 2.4

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Hondata or e-tune... I don't think you can do both...
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Basically yes, you can get a Ktuner or Flashpro and have it tuned online (called an e-tune) or do some tutorials online and adjust your map a little to help out your mods. A real good tune will end up coming from a dyno session. $800 is way too much to pay though, by more than double I would say.

No the cruise control will not get messed up.

What year is the car?
So what is the CHEAPEST WAY I can get a bang for my buck with this intake and tune?? I want to do this! And thanks again!
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As Mr. Heeltoe stated, either get a flashpro or k-tuner, and get connected with one of many online e-tuners. When e-tuning with flashpro, you plug it into your OBDII port, press the datalog button, and go drive around a while. Then, email the datalog to your tuner, and he'll respond with a new calibration for you to upload to your car. This goes back and forth a while, and eventually you are done. This was very much a "nutshell" explanation, as there are more details; but I'll leave those between you and your tuner.

As far as to what is the cheapest way? You'll likely find that everyone on the web sells a flashpro within a few bucks of the other guys, and it is almost always just a hair under $700. Some vendors will sell a flashpro/etune combo, usually for less than buying them individually. K-tuner is cheaper, but I do not have any experience with it. You will also find that if you shop around for e-tuning/remote tuning services, the pricing will be all over the board. E-tunez is pretty reasonable at $229 for their "ultimate tune." This is the route I took, and my car runs great. I can recommend them to anyone. Evans tuning is a bit more, but is done differently. It is done by appointment, all at one time vs. emailing back and forth several times until completed. Jeff Evans is reputed to be one of the best in the business. My opinion, the fellas at E-tunez will get you running good, and will save you some money. Evans is, again, one of the best there is; and you will certainly get what you pay for with him. Your car, your choice.

Another option is
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Here man...HERE are all the stores on the internet that has shit for the TSX

Excelerate Performance - European, Exotic and Japanese Performance Specialists!! - Homepage
I would avoid Excelerate. Misrepresented the brand of brake parts in their Acurazine brake packages, and will list products online with incorrect information and then tell you you're SOL when it's not what you expected.
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Probably option 1. Option 3 will sound like sh!t...


Can't believe this thread flew under my radar for 8 days...


What's up? How do you like the intake?
Yeah a test pipe sounds terrible have seen many videos

I'm thinking about going with option 2 but haven't seen anybody talk about their experience with the HFC just the PCD
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Yeah a test pipe sounds terrible have seen many videos

I'm thinking about going with option 2 but haven't seen anybody talk about their experience with the HFC just the PCD
Had a list of three to-do's for today: Throttle spacer, CAI, and the Downpipe

Wanted to tackle to Downpipe first

Got under the car after loosening everything and realized previous owner got rid of the splash guard... so the bolts for the cat were rusted as all hell... smoothed out the crappy sockets I had, bought high grade ones, and used a steel pipe as a breaker bar and wouldn't even budge. So piece everything back together and will go see if an exhaust shop can loosen them for me or cut them off or whatever and I can get back to it

Other than that install seemed super easy... the CAI was actually a bitch and a half in comparison
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I currently have the Injen CAI in short ram config installed. Why did I get the Injen? Its cali CARB legal and it doesn't mess with the MAF readings. Was thinking of doing a TB spacer but then I found out that's its a waste unless you're using it as a meth injection port. Also installed an oil catch can after seeing the inside of my TB all black at only 50k miles. Was thinking of getting the header/PCD but then I wouldn't pass smog. If cali wasn't so strick the PCD + HFC would be an easy choice. Still looking around for a good tune deal near me, flashpro or k tuner is the question.
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So for about $1000 I can have a Hondata and an eTune!! That is awesome! I seriously might do that real soon..

Question : Did I lose to some end torque from the Ram intake? I feel like I don't have the same kick when flooring it at 20-30 mph.. That kickback was the best! I still get it sometimes, but it seems like my car doesn't downshift the same. Overall I do feel more throttle response and I am still very happy with this..

Something tells me that a tune can help fix this! Does anyone agree?
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