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    ZEX Kit??

    What is a good kit from ZEX to run on my CB7 (90 LX)...Part Numbers?? Pics??
    Prices?? Thanks

    The car is mostly stock Save of the Cat-Back w/ Test-Pipe and SRI...


    1990 Accord LX Sedan~Sold
    1993 Accord EX Sedan~Sold
    1995 Suzuki GSX-R 750~Totaled

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    Originally posted by StinkinLincoln View Post
    What is a good kit from ZEX to run on my CB7 (90 LX)...Part Numbers?? Pics??
    Prices?? Thanks

    The car is mostly stock Save of the Cat-Back w/ Test-Pipe and SRI...
    I wouldnt go over a 55 shot. but if you have fuel mods colder plugs. Not the ones they offer from the kitfrom zex. You need the BCPR7E-11 for the NGK's if your going higher but its good to have it for the 55's too.

    And make sure you have a aftermarket fuelpump and fuel pressure regulator. And why not throw a decent header on it so it can breathe and work a little better with your mods.

    And timing gun to retard the timing 2 degrees for the 65shot and 3 degrees for the 75 from stock. But before you do anything to the car as far as forced induction wise. Have you taken it into consideration on what health the motor is currently in.

    You should do a compression and leakdown test first before you attempt forced induction to make sure it last a little while longer down the road. Last thing you need is doing more damage if there is any. Find this out and keep us posted

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