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Old 04-01-2004, 05:22 PM
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So I'm about to get the 2004 S2000, and i cant decide on what mods to go for, im thinking about force induction like turbo, but i heard that when you install turbo, all previous mods would have to be removed?...coz dey wont work wit the turbo, so yea, i just wanted to know if dat was true, and if it is..what od you guys suggest...thanks
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Old 04-01-2004, 06:46 PM
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First question you need to answer is what are your goals in terms of horsepower and driveablity, do you want more low end or do you want to amplify the VTEC effect up high.

Second, do you mind voiding your factory warrantee?

How much are you willing to spend?

As far as negating other mods... Any forced induction mod will benefit from modfications to the exhaust, but obviously, they will have their own intake so having a CAI already in place will be wasted since it will have to be removed.
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I suggest breaking in the engine before you start to do any mods.
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