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Felt like sharing some of the stuff available from bisimoto for the cr-z since i haven't really seen it posted and he has a number of parts on the website already.
i believe i linked all the parts, i may have missed one or two becuase the website is a little difficult navigate.

2010+ Honda CR-Z Coil-over kit - $1,055.99 : Bisimoto Engineering, Where Efficiency Meets Technological Perfection
2010+ Honda CR-Z Rear anti-roll bar - $239.99 : Bisimoto Engineering, Where Efficiency Meets Technological Perfection
2010+ Honda CR-Z Sport springs - $267.99 : Bisimoto Engineering, Where Efficiency Meets Technological Perfection
2MD, 2010 Honda CR-Z, Race - $750.00 : Bisimoto Engineering, Where Efficiency Meets Technological Perfection
2MS, 2010 and up Honda CR-Z - $750.00 : Bisimoto Engineering, Where Efficiency Meets Technological Perfection
Bisimoto Spec GE L15, LEA1 Intake manifold, machine finish - $549.00 : Bisimoto Engineering, Where Efficiency Meets Technological Perfection
L15 and LEA1 H beam rod set - $750.00 : Bisimoto Engineering, Where Efficiency Meets Technological Perfection
L15, L15A, LEA1 sohc heat shielding intake gasket - $48.99 : Bisimoto Engineering, Where Efficiency Meets Technological Perfection
LEA1 SOHC VTEC Valve springs set - $179.00 : Bisimoto Engineering, Where Efficiency Meets Technological Perfection
Sprung disk, 2010+ Honda CR-Z - $130.00 : Bisimoto Engineering, Where Efficiency Meets Technological Perfection
Unsprung disk, 2010 Honda CR-Z - $130.00 : Bisimoto Engineering, Where Efficiency Meets Technological Perfection
Unsprung disk, 2010 Honda CR-Z - $130.00 : Bisimoto Engineering, Where Efficiency Meets Technological Perfection
L15, LEA1, 9:1, 74mm piston - $639.00 : Bisimoto Engineering, Where Efficiency Meets Technological Perfection
L15, L15A, L13, LEA1 Sleeving - $1,181.00 : Bisimoto Engineering, Where Efficiency Meets Technological Perfection
75mm L-series head gasket - $90.00 : Bisimoto Engineering, Where Efficiency Meets Technological Perfection
76mm L-series head gasket - $90.00 : Bisimoto Engineering, Where Efficiency Meets Technological Perfection
PORTFLOW STANDARD HONDA HEADWORK, L15A, LEA1 - $849.00 : Bisimoto Engineering, Where Efficiency Meets Technological Perfection
 

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Looks like parts to only benefit a boosted platform... i doubt that the IM will do much though? shatner chime in perhaps?
The IM sure will help with out boost. It has individual velocity stacks for each port. Larger reservoir, light weight, larger internal bore on the flange... Not to mention it's just a much smoother surface than the factory cast piece, inside and out. You may not see huge numbers, but it will help. It should also yield a few more MPG.
 

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If your looking to make power there's only one way yo get significant gains and be cost effective and that's going turbo, otherwise stop at intake+exhaust.and yes bisi parts are more for boosted applications, but he is carrying some suspension parts and the head P&P is also good for NA applications. Surely he will get into doing some only NA parts, just give him time.
 

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id run the manifold in a heartbeat but it should be noted for people who are not really into "tuning" a car. you will need custom ecu tuning if running the intake manifold. I'm surprised that no one has tried to wire a piggyback into the z yet. I really like the aem fi/c and will most likely run that if hondata doesn't release something. it was showing very good results in the fit.
 

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id run the manifold in a heartbeat but it should be noted for people who are not really into "tuning" a car. you will need custom ecu tuning if running the intake manifold. I'm surprised that no one has tried to wire a piggyback into the z yet. I really like the aem fi/c and will most likely run that if hondata doesn't release something. it was showing very good results in the fit.
will bisi did wire a aem unit on his, but i also like the fic unit. only time can tell, still a waiting process, come this time next year we will have so many options to choose from.
 
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