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Tuner: 2004 AEM Honda Civic Si


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Advanced Engine Management is well known for its Honda/Acura-tuning savvy and makes Honda Civic speed parts (intake, exhaust, ignition, suspension, and such). Its latest creation uses wares from an Acura RSX--and AEM can help you build a similar hybrid. With the all-new 2006 Honda Civic soon hitting showrooms and clean 2002-2005 Civics available on the cheap, there'll be plenty of cash left over to modify your car for proper Civic duty.

AEM replaced its project Civic Si's stock 2.0-liter i-VTEC I-4 and five-speed manual transmission with a high-revving (8000 rpm) 2.0-liter I-4 from an Acura RSX Type S. The tuner then paired the RSX's six-speed manual transmission with an ACT heavy-duty clutch and enhanced the RSX I-4 with much of its go-fast hardware, including Cosworth cylinder sleeves and Wiseco 10:1 forged pistons, to ensure strength. A Garrett GT28RS turbocharger breathes through an intercooler before mixing with fuel injected by AEM's high-volume fuel rails, adjustable regulator, and high-output fuel pump. A special exhaust manifold, downpipe, and stainless-steel exhaust system from DC Sports--AEM's sister company--combine to deliver 327 horsepower and lots of tire smoke.

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Tuner: 2004 AEM Honda Civic Si
Japanese Import Car, New & Used Car, 2007