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Honda civic 2002 engin tunning

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What engine does your car have? if your car is a Si (k-series engine) your gonna want to go with the Hondata K-Pro. Its the best there is.
If you have the d17 engine, the best systems are gonna be from AEM. If you have around $2000 you wanna drop, you can get the AEM EMS, which is a full stand-alone system.

they also have the AEM FIC (Fuel Ignition Conroller), which is a piggy-back system. the FIC goes for around $500. for another $200 you can get a plug and play wiring harness ( i would recomend buying the harness) so you don't have to mess with the wiring.

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