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    Default Advice needed on new Honda City A/T performance

    Folks,

    I would like you to share some tips on improving the performance of the new City A/T as it feels a bit sluggish compared to the manual transmission counterpart. I feel the tuning may be off a little but still would be great to hear from people who've had any success with the performance.

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    well, autos r generally slower then manuals... so i think u have to live with it...
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    the manul 2010 city is nice in performance,the auto wil surely be alot slower,u can always improve its performance by adding basic modifications n it wil suerly get faster but in the end,its an auto,wila always take time for a down shift or launches
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    Na setup

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    Cold Air Intake,Free Flow Piping,(PLugs in new city are already iridium tiped so no need to change,stock headers also not to be replaced initially with intake)
    add a bigger fuel pump!

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    What kind of intakes would you recommend? Can you please elaborate on the larger fuel pump?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cloud100 View Post
    Cold Air Intake,Free Flow Piping,(PLugs in new city are already iridium tiped so no need to change,stock headers also not to be replaced initially with intake)
    add a bigger fuel pump!
    I agree with everything else, but what good is adding a bigger fuel pump gonna do with the stock fuel injectors and stock maps in the ECU?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sarmadf View Post
    What kind of intakes would you recommend? Can you please elaborate on the larger fuel pump?
    cold air intakes,preferablly cone intakes,theyd help ur car breathe better in perform better as well,as for the fuel pump,uc an always get a stronger fuel pump,dsnt relly need to b bigger in size,most people addd electronic fuel pumps,they just turn it on when they want more speed
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