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Old 06-25-2006, 05:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I was planning on getting my dads 96 dx but it turns out my parents are going to get an 02 ex or 04 lx. I was wondering if the numbers on aem's website were phony? THey claim like 116 whp for ex and 109 for dx, lx? Thanks
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http://www.aempower.com/pdf/dyno/24-...Civic%20Ex.pdf

^ this is an example, like 116whp for an 02 ex.
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no those numbers are for real...just realize that you may or may not get that same power numbers...you are going to have a different environment, and whatnot...not only that, not all motors respond to bolt-ons the same as others...
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Thanks man, i just wanted to know if they accidently slipped on a new header for the test or something.
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Oh yeah u seem to be knowledgeable toward the em, can u check out one of the y8 manifold on d17 engine post. I think we all would love the answer.
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are you talking about putting a y8 mani on a d17?
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YES IF U COULD, IS IT LIKE A y8 mani on a y7
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similar...but it isn't just a bolt on and go...i don't know all the details, but someone posted a link to a DIY somewhere on this board, try doing a search for it, cause i'm not sure as to where it is...
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I have an 04 Civic EX coupe 5 speed real nice but it needs a lil more pizazze, i wuz lookin at sum aftermarket parts and see that AEM and many other companies say that a lot of aftermarket parts fit the 01-02 or 01-03 model Civic EX. Why is this? Is it an error? Do the Tru-Time Cam Gears actually fit my 04? Do they not? Wut about headers from DC? Tru Power pulley kits?
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i do not think any parts for counterclockwise engines (all civics 00 n older) would work with clockwise engines (civics 01+)...but i could be wrong...
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the EX engine is the same from 01-05, so wouldnt it all be the same counterclockwise or clockwise? I read the exterior changed a little in 04, did this change what parts could and couldnt fit in the engine bay? So why cant the intakes and headers and cam gears and pulleys fit the same?
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all D series engines turn the same way. K series are the ones that turn the opposite.
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Not meaning to be rude to anyone in any way, but I was looking for a yes/no answer to see if anyone knew if the above mentioned aftermarket parts fit the 04 Civic EX even though it says 01-03 or 01-02 and any info on why this is.
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All em civic parts will fit. There was only a minor change in the body and int, just like the 96-98 and 99-00 same shiz in a diff package.
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