I test drove a white 2012 automatic CVS-V in Maryland before buying my 2013- it looked exactly like that. I love the white color on these. Enjoy!
100%.If you install headers, keep the stock mufflers to keep the sound level reasonable. The stock mufflers don't have any restriction.
Thanks for verifying this. I’ve read your input for years and it seems you do very consistent work without adding every little mod that comes up!
Yeah. My cheap ass won’t allow myself to get into a platform until it’s damn near played out! I did the same with the TBSS. Bought an ‘07 in 2013. Now this ‘12 in 2020. Just in time for the OG people to move on and a few years before it seems a lot of car hackers get them.The Stainless works headers fit perfectly with the stock mufflers and sound great at all rpms.
Not as dead as tbssowners.com lol.
Track Attack is being shipped out today. You’re likely right about the 1300’s but I’m going to try 1000’s.I suggest that you consider ID1300* injectors - E85 requires more fuel to make good power. That way you only have buy one set of injectors.
The Weapon X track attack heat exchanger is a nice piece in the $600ish range.
I would go new on injectors. I would also consider buying these SW headers if I were looking.Track Attack is being shipped out today. You’re likely right about the 1300’s but I’m going to try 1000’s.
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Now, what’s y’all’s opinion?
Used ID 1000 injectors for $600-650 locally
New FIC 1000cc injectors for $650 from Mont Motorsports.
I need them to do well with idle and low throttle input (city driving)
My understanding is not all injectors are created equally.