|That custom intake is fed by a cone intake filter. It is a well thought out design as there is a large piece of plywood to prevent the air from just going around it, too.
|The exhaust manifold is made by Hytech. Yes, the real deal Hytech that costs a bundle to own!
|The exhaust gasses are sent rearward by a 3″ exhaust pipe…
|That terminates just before the OEM Fuel Tank. More on that in a moment.
|Going back up front for a moment, would you guess that this is a 10 year old Fluidyne Radiator? No, you did not read that wrong. Again, this is some of the ingenuity in the budgeting on this car.
|Yes, I also said that this is the OEM Fuel Tank. Being in the center of the car, there isn't much risk of the tank getting punctured. While a fuel cell would be the better choice, the OEM Fuel Tank does have puncture resistance designed into it. It just lacks the foam that would prevent slosh. Edik is also using a Walbro fuel pump to feed the B20.
|What kind of fuel, you ask? Well, nothing but the best for this Integra as it uses only 91 Octane from a local gas station. Again, yes, it is using honest to god pump gas that was not pumped from a pump only available from the race track. Why? “Race gas is a little too expensive at the race track,” Stepanyan chuckles.