You can spend your money wisley and perform the mods yourself (most of them) all the while learning the tunning, modding, and wrenching fundamentals online (this site) and making friends and talking to them. Or, you can spend 10 times the ammount of money and learn nothing.
I vote you read up on the Tech section, maybe even get some books to peak your interest. I have learned a lot from these forums over the years. I am still learning, and enjoying my car, and the fellowship of the SRT-4 enthusiast community.
I have made a few videos on Youtube to show some installs, and even a bit of Dataviewer to help some new comers out. There are may like me, in fact most with more knowledge, to help you out here. The members of this site aren't some Honda guys with spare time and empty wallets. The sites members are comprised from a range of burger flipping herra flush owners, to 10 second running engineers, lab techs, machinists, professonal racers, and weekend warriors.
We will school you, teach you, and give you the best advice we know how. Our advice and experience is based on both tried and true methods, and the ocassional mad scientest days, all thrown in with good conversation and well intention.
Stay away from the drama. When you see it, ignore it. I do.
If you stick with us, and ignore the JDM land saviors and snake oil sales men, you will fill that tiny little brain with tiny little bullets of knowlege. That's a Wayans brothers referance. MESSAGE!
20G Stage 3 on E85: New data:384 hp 411 tq
"Maybe I should just stick to bolt-ons." -Hitler
I don't really want to wrench anymore. I'd rather detail.
Last edited by _Nick_; 01-06-2013 at 04:38 PM.