I remember the days when the non-VTEC engine was king and Honda nerds were too scared to touch an engine with VTEC stamped on it. The B18A had every type of cam package from mild to wild, while the support from the aftermarket left the VTEC valvetrain untouched. A few years down the road the situati
It's on. The heat on the RSX and Civic Si forced induction aftermarket is blistering in the wake of Jackson Racing's K20A2/A3 supercharger debut. Sure, you can squeeze the K engines with nitrous. A few custom turbo kits exist. But here now is a CARB low emiss
We thought this would be easy. Gather up as many new RSX Type-S intake systems that we could find, locate a Type-S we could use as a guinea pig, bolt 'em on and let 'er rip. Take a few pictures, post the dyno numbers and, voila, we have a nice juicy story.
AEM says no worries, as it offers a big rotor brake kit that utilizes the OE calipers, keeping the price tag down. Serenity Sound Performance hooks up our project RSX-S with a set and helps stop the madness.
In the April/May issue of Honda Tuning, we took an up-close look at Honda's new K series engine, the motivational power behind the RSX, new Civic Si and CR-V sport utility. We compared it to the B series powerplants, far and away the mainstay of the Honda tuni
The RSX has taken the baton from the Integra and is carrying the performance torch for the Acura/Honda badge in the performance compact scene. At least until the Civic Si hatchback hits and pumps some much-needed life into the ailing Civic lineup.
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That didn't take long. A mere month after the RSX was unleashed to a slavering public, Advanced Engine Management is already on the scene with a new, better intake system for Acura's radically new K20C four-cylinder engine.
You're going downhill fast. The curve ahead is a difficult, sharp right hander. You've run through this mountain road a hundred times, and now, with your more powerful engine, you're making record time. You approach the turn, quicker than you ever have and see