headlamps for 2dr and 4dr is supposed to be the same... its the signals that are differenti think the headlamp n fenders also need to mod to 2dr rite? cos 2dr headlamp shorter at the rear.
both are fine... im using the skunk2 on my b20.
depends on where u want ur powerband to be... the edelbrock is said to benefit the top end more... and lose a lil low end
the skunk2 is said to be a better all rounder but benefits a lil more on the low end.
but they say the edelbrock performerx is a good all rounder... there are comparisons made on honda-tech..a quick google can give u more detailed answers
remember to get watever intake manifold u buy portmatched with ur TB. recommend Skunk2 Alpha 70mm TB... about 4xx iinm
on a side note... i have a friend who just did a B20 on his car....everything is stock..even the bottom end... except for the B16B cams and H22A injectors tuned on VAFC...head oso no PnP.. he is using stock B16A intake manifold n TB and is making 211whp on GT Auto Dynojet... dont know how he made that high...but its there. me n a few other fellers abit the pelik... seems that Poji Autoworks B20s are all pushing above the 200whp mark.
headlamps for 2dr and 4dr is supposed to be the same... its the signals that are different
but, someone said less than 300whp stock manifold good enoughLonger runners=lower rpm power increase
Larger Plenum=higer rpm power increase
If your only revving to stock or 8,200 rpm, go with the Performer X = Power-band 4500-8200
"The Performer X intake manifolds for Acura and Honda's are engineered for street/strip applications where peak torque and horsepower gains are realized between 4500-8200 RPM. The larger-than-stock plenum volume and 9" runner length are tuned for producing peak power at high RPM."
If your going to be revving to 10,000 rpm go with the Victor X = Power-band 7000-10,000
"Optimized for maximum power from 7,000 to 10,000 RPM, the Victor X manifold is designed for turbo and all-motor applications. Engineered for high performance, this manifold has four additional bosses for nitrous or added fuel injectors"
This is regardless of if your turbo or N/A that's what range they were designed for. Hope this clears up some confusion about the difference in these two manifolds.
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