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Nice. So the Ingalls damper works in the 8th gen Accord also?
See the link to that thread. It requires modification.



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why do you still have the intake resonator after you installd the SRI?

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Not sure who you're talking to, but I don't have an intake resonator. Like you said, I have a custom intake.


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What exactly does this mdx riser do? Increase the total air volume?
Can i get a torqure damper for my 7thGen i4 accord? Also is there any type of riser for my car aswell?

Awesome thread, i love stuff like this. Great work too!
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I'm not aware of any riser for the i4. However what this does it pulls the peak torque down to a lower rpm. I have an auto V6 with VCM. Some of the things I noticed are very nice launch speed, staying in ECO mode longer (3 cylinders), better hill climb capability, etc. It does add a few HP and a few ft lbs of torque, but the big thing is being able to hit the torque earlier in the acceleration.


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Interesting, I may have to try this on my 2011 Crosstour with the J35Z2.

Question to the OP, have you had to smog it since install? If so, did it pass with the MDX spacer installed? I am not up on CA smog rules, since I left CA in 2000 and just moved back this year.
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Interesting, I may have to try this on my 2011 Crosstour with the J35Z2.

Question to the OP, have you had to smog it since install? If so, did it pass with the MDX spacer installed? I am not up on CA smog rules, since I left CA in 2000 and just moved back this year.
No, I don't have to smog the car ever, but I was curious and asked a friend to do the sniffer and it passed, even with the third cat deleted. Though if it were a real test, the visual inspection of modifications would fail it.


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No, I don't have to smog the car ever, but I was curious and asked a friend to do the sniffer and it passed, even with the third cat deleted. Though if it were a real test, the visual inspection of modifications would fail it.
Curious as to why it doesn't need smog? Is there some CA law that has changed or something else? I passed both my other Honda's with mods, I.E. Intake manifold swap, TB swap, etc., but I always worry I'm going to get flagged.
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Curious as to why it doesn't need smog? Is there some CA law that has changed or something else? I passed both my other Honda's with mods, I.E. Intake manifold swap, TB swap, etc., but I always worry I'm going to get flagged.
I'm registered in Texas, Active Duty Air Force. Texas does emissions tests, but I'm not there to get them, and none of my career field's possible duty stations are in Texas. So I just don't ever need to get it done, ever. I know I'm cheating and I don't care.


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I'm registered in Texas, Active Duty Air Force. Texas does emissions tests, but I'm not there to get them, and none of my career field's possible duty stations are in Texas. So I just don't ever need to get it done, ever. I know I'm cheating and I don't care.
I wondered, medically retired Army after 15 Yrs myself. So I don't qualify for exemptions anymore.

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If you have an automatic and want the full height spacer, get these parts, and don't use the thermal gasket. You could also get someone else to mill it other than Paul, but understand how perfect and exact it has to be.

17108-RDJ-A00
17105-RCJ-A01
92900-08060-1B two
95701-08105-08 seven

Also be aware that you'll need some 5/16 coolant line. Some of the hoses are too short.
On the hardware, could you tell me the item number of the two bolts/studs listed below? I can't find them on the diagram, I am thinking #15, but the P/N's are different.


Nevermind, I found them on a different diagram, Item #18:

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Can this be done to the 7th Gen 3.0?

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Can this be done to the 7th Gen 3.0?
Yep, as far as I know they started this many years ago in the 3.2 Acuras and if you get the corresponding parts it works on any of the V6. I'm not sure about parts compatibility, so check for compatibility first.


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thanks I'm going to pull out the note pad and start working on this can never go wrong with a little extra torque

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