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  1. So car has been Tuned - made less than 100kw but its a starting point Drives heaps better however and appear to have picked up a bit more downlow
  2. Saying the DIGTR is a stock motor with a fancy head is like saying this is just a Mercedes engine with a Turbo
  3. Nice Intake, I would suggest checking on the inner guard intake/velocity stack after a few days found mine rattled free a couple of times
  4. AEM Fuel Rail and FPR + Bosch 1000CC Injectors and TI Fuel Pump !!! Lets do this !!!
  5. Well Chad from Motorsports Wiring and Diagnostics has made the Link breakout Loom look amazing The ECU looks like a Snag being thrown down a hallway in the Honda case however...
  6. So upgrading the ECU and got a Wideband set up as well - Link G4X + Innovate WideBand - Have also grabbed and expansion loom + stuff to wife up plugs for the CAN
  7. For the Pod Filter have you considers getting one of these - https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Injen-Technology-Hydro-Shield-Pre-Filter-Air-Intake-Filter-Cover-Black-X-1034BLK-/281400788436 Not sure if they do one of your gigantic filter but could be an option
  8. Geeze its been a Long time, still own this thing Was rocking a built b16a with boost for a few year,s but sold that engine now has a stock b16a again Fitted a rebuilt S80 Type R Box from a 96 Integra with a 4.4 FD - LSD is like the best Mod ever for a FWD car The Buddy Club coilovers were in the car for at least 5 years before I brought it and are getting very tired so the below were recently acquired: KW V3 - can't wait to get them fitted Then its time for some more track days and hillclimbs - Turbo motor was fun but no good for these type of activities
  9. Are these Hytechs? - https://www.hytechexhaust.com/products.html Been advised that they are the absolute best for Hondas
  10. Yup @Spencer I'm still in Sydney Sydney is good for Work - but expensive as fuck unless you want to live in West or South NSW is pretty much a Police state now Old cars are now ridiculous prices and finding something that hasn't been Lebo'fied is getting harder and harder However the Weather is still amazing, food options are great and there always something on happening
  11. Oh lots of Skullduggery - Pretty sure Ray Hall who originally released the Vipec was heavily involved in the EMTRON Appears to be a few new brands filtering over here as well now from Europe and America now, specially, MAXX ECU and FUELTECH
  12. In regards to Adaptronic this is a good Listen - https://doitforalivingpodcast.com/blogs/podcasts/episode-011-ever-built-your-own-ecu-andy-wyatt-from-adaptronic-did-when-he-was-19 From what i hear Emtron is very much a Link ala Vipec
  13. Have you considers - Adaptronic - they have just been purchased by Haltech Base Model: https://adaptronic.com.au/collections/modular-plug-in-ecus/products/m1200-modular-ecu-up-to-4-cylinders-2-rotor-max-na6-na8-plug-in-miata-1 Modular: https://adaptronic.com.au/collections/modular-plug-in-ecus/products/emod016-mx5-nb8 But a fair superior product IMO to Haltech
  14. Geeze that's Keen with a Robinson ^^^^^^