Here's what the intake looks like on the Si. It draws from the stock bumper inlet and I have the optional cold air attachment that goes underneath and pulls from the wheel well, but I also removed the foglight cover and put some mesh over the hole to get more air. You guys don't have that so I'm...
So I found out the part number, from a Honda parts person in Calgary, for the Si cluster. 78100-T38-C03 and the conversion rate is $736 but it's backordered through Honda Japan. Guessing they won't have any extra for a while since they are probably putting them all in cars. I'm wondering if you...
I've noticed my IAT1 is down to 6 degrees over ambient at speed compared to 9-10 with the stock inlet. Also lets air flow more freely from the intake to the turbo. Might want to look inside the stock one and see how tight that shit is.
But you still have the damper warning? This thread is just about swapping to the digital cluster, not the R one. We still need to see if you can use the Canadian Si cluster without warnings popping up.
Market value? LOL! I bought mine for MSRP a year ago. I don't know how they come up with this bullshit. The magical market value crap ended in 22. With interest rates the way they are and price gouging inflation, all dealers should be willing to blow you to get a deal these days.
I mean when dealers were still trying to mark them up to the price of a Type R last year, they are going to have lower numbers. Manufacturers need to start understanding that sales numbers does not equal desire for the car when their dealers are screwing them out of overall sales.
Dealers are overflowing with new car inventory. I work in an auto complex and pretty much all of them have no room for new inventory, so I'm assuming they are going to have to start making some crazy deals again to clear out space.