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    1. zeff
      i see..my car is a 1999 civic SiR..it's a sedan here in the philippines.
    2. RagingAngel
      Hello Zeff, I'm sorry I do not know the difference between those motors, but I will try and ask some of my friends from the Phillipines. I would assume there are no differences - but this also depends on what generation of the 16A we're talking about.
    3. zeff
      hi RA,

      i'd like to ask a very quick question...im jaz wondering if you happen to know the difference in B16a japan engine and B16a here in the philippines?

      thanks and Godbless
    4. 399
      Dear RA,

      I have a query where no one seems to know the answer hence u r my only hope: mine ek9 with mugen 4-1 extractor, will it be able to accommodate a koyo 53mm full length radiator? thx in advance!
    5. needforspeed
      hi there im looking to import a tuned ek9 ie trick suspension brakes etc etc or possibly turbod and seeing your in hong kong have you any good links i could pinch? thanks
    6. Civics are trash
    7. m4rk181983
      thanks mate for giving me the number. had everthing i needed at a good price. thanks again
    8. RagingAngel
      If you're not going to use the car for anything more than the occasional flog on the motorway, then I suggest that you just get the OEM clutch for a DC2-R.

      For a flywheel, I prefer as light as possible - so anything from Fidanza is good or we can also supply one that is around 8.8lbs or about 4kg. I'm pretty sure your plans won't be much of a surprise if you keep posting visitor messages instead of private messaging me with your queries. Haha.

    9. RagingAngel
      Hello Ramsay,

      Thanks for your message and inquiry. In terms of the best final drive, I would advise getting the 4.9 as it offers the most torque multiplication for the rather torque-less B16B. Be sure to clean the factory magnet inside the transmission case and I would also advise that you check the input shaft bearing and the differential/LSD carrier bearings. We also sell the LSD bearings, and a set of our powerful transmission/sump magnet plugs are also a good idea if you don't already have them.

      As for who to purchase from, it's entirely up to who you are most comfortable with.

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