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Results are on a Dynojet with temps around 84-85 degrees with around 55% humidity. Elevation - 102' (Boosting around 6PSI)
2011 Honda CRZ Ex 6MT - Jackson Racing Supercharger Kit, SpoonSports/GE8 Camshaft Kit, Weapon-R Header/Downpipe, HKS Silent Hi-Power Catback Exhaust, 270cc Injectors, 255lp Walbro, SPEC Stage 1 Clutch, KTuner V1.
Baseline - 171.31whp & 148.53wtq (Ktuner Basemap)
Tuned - 185.08whp & 154.78wtq (Custom Map by Delacruz)
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How does that Spec clutch feel for you?

Not much in the way of aftermarket clutches available for us and I need to replace mine soon - im on 156,000 miles on my stock clutch
 

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How does that Spec clutch feel for you?

Not much in the way of aftermarket clutches available for us and I need to replace mine soon - im on 156,000 miles on my stock clutch
Feels like stock since it's Stage 1. I've had no issues with it so far and I also replaced the clutch master & slave cylinders with OEM while I was at it. Works great for the setup.
 

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It doesn’t seem like that camshaft kit did much. I’m running the HPD supercharger using 93 octane and I’m within 3whp of that without the camshaft kit. Otherwise these things are a blast to scoot around in with a blower!
 

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It doesn’t seem like that camshaft kit did much. I’m running the HPD supercharger using 93 octane and I’m within 3whp of that without the camshaft kit. Otherwise these things are a blast to scoot around in with a blower!
No IMA on final numbers as you can see on the graph doesn't drop around 6200-6300rpm where IMA shuts off and the motor has 190k miles. Lol, it's been supercharged for around 80-90k out of that. Plus the camshaft helps just helps carry the power through the higher rpms for an extra 500-600rpm instead of shifting and falling out of the powerband with the stock cams. Every bit helps on our cars.
 
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