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Old August 23rd, 2011, 12:05 AM   #1
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V6 Intake Manifold Porting/Intake Runners?

Hey everyone I have an 06 Accord Sedan V6 manual, ive been reading a lot and im trying to figure out what to do to the intake region of the engine... right now I have a V2 AEM intake, Jpipe and magnaflow catback but I want more power so I was thinking a p2r spacer, ported intake runners and then a ported intake manifold. Who can do the porting on the intake manifold though? I looked on p2r's website and couldnt find anything... but I had read they made them in the past? Do they still port them? do I have to send them mine and have down time? or can i order one from them?

How much would the manifold be ported from them? and with the runners, manifold and spacer how much power do you think I would gain? thanks for the help!
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Old August 23rd, 2011, 12:44 AM   #2
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add TL-S cams. Those are fun, pulley or a lightweight flywheel makes the car rev happy.
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You will spend less money and gain more HP/TQ than what you listed above.


In order to see the full gains from a port and polish, you should do the cylinder heads also. If you do the heads, then add TL-s cams while they are being pNp'd.
However, you will need to add a piggyback unit to Tune everything, in order to see the full gains. Of course, all of this will cost $$$$$.


** Call P2R about the ported runners, I don't think they ever sold ported manifolds, but maybe it was a service they did in the past.
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They offered one for the CL/TL-S

P2R 01-03 CL, TL-S Power Plenum - P2R Power Rev Racing
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Old August 23rd, 2011, 09:14 PM   #5
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Pre-Cat Deletes from Richie V6.
You will spend less money and gain more HP/TQ than what you listed above.


In order to see the full gains from a port and polish, you should do the cylinder heads also. If you do the heads, then add TL-s cams while they are being pNp'd.
However, you will need to add a piggyback unit to Tune everything, in order to see the full gains. Of course, all of this will cost $$$$$.


** Call P2R about the ported runners, I don't think they ever sold ported manifolds, but maybe it was a service they did in the past.
Well, I would maybe like to do the precat deletes also... the only thing I am worried about is rasp and the car just being too loud. I dont have to worry about emissions so that is not a problem, but I want to be able to drive it on the highway and it not be annoying with drone. Right now I love the way the car sounds and I dont want to get it too obnoxious with the pcd's... yall think it would be too loud? right now I have a the Jpipe and the magnaflow catback on there and its amazing! very smooth and deep with no drone.

Also I had read where people in the past had ported manifolds from them and the runners. I has also read that the runners added a good bit of power.

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add TL-S cams. Those are fun, pulley or a lightweight flywheel makes the car rev happy.
I dont want to get into the cam swap. Just external stuff. Maybe a pulley... and maybe a flywheel when I have to replace the clutch.

Do people have good luck with the pulleys? how much power do you free up with them?

thanks guys
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I have intake, thermal spacers, j-pipe, exhuast, intake, and pulley. The car feels a lot faster and funner to drive.

If you do the pulley don't do the flywheel. If you do the flywheel dont do the pulley. That the general consensus.
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Old August 24th, 2011, 10:16 PM   #8
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I have intake, thermal spacers, j-pipe, exhuast, intake, and pulley. The car feels a lot faster and funner to drive.

If you do the pulley don't do the flywheel. If you do the flywheel dont do the pulley. That the general consensus.
hey you said "intake" twice... did you mean "air intake" for one and "ported intake runners" or "ported intake manifold" for the other? thanks for the help.
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