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by Rich Harris

Introduction

In this installation guide we have provided step by step instructions to install the 27WON Performance FK8 Throttle Body Silicone.

Advisory:

  • The engine bay will be hot after recent vehicle operation. Allow the vehicle to cool or use a fan to cool the engine bay before working on the vehicle.
  1. First and foremost; THANK YOU for becoming a part of the 27WON Family.  We hope to REDEFINE your experience of the aftermarket with the highest level Parts, Customer Service, Packaging, & Support
    • First and foremost; THANK YOU for becoming a part of the 27WON Family. We hope to REDEFINE your experience of the aftermarket with the highest level Parts, Customer Service, Packaging, & Support

    • These instructions were written with a 2018 Honda Civic Type R.

  2. Remove the five (5) 10 mm bolts circled in orange with a 10 mm deep socket and ratchet and then remove the engine cover
    • Remove the five (5) 10 mm bolts circled in orange with a 10 mm deep socket and ratchet and then remove the engine cover

  3. Loosen the nut with a 10mm deep socket and ratchet then remove the Negative cable from the battery.  Tuck the cable out of the way Loosen the nut with a 10mm deep socket and ratchet then remove the Positive cable from the battery. Tuck the cable out of the way Loosen the nut (red circle) with a 10mm deep socket and ratchet then remove the hook and battery tiedown from the battery
    • Loosen the nut with a 10mm deep socket and ratchet then remove the Negative cable from the battery. Tuck the cable out of the way

    • Loosen the nut with a 10mm deep socket and ratchet then remove the Positive cable from the battery. Tuck the cable out of the way

    • Loosen the nut (red circle) with a 10mm deep socket and ratchet then remove the hook and battery tiedown from the battery

    • With the cables and tiedown out of the way lift the battery out of the engine bay and set it to the side

    • Note that there may be a handle on your battery that makes removal easier

  4. Remove the battery foam and tray case to reveal the battery bracket. Remove the battery foam and tray case to reveal the battery bracket.
    • Remove the battery foam and tray case to reveal the battery bracket.

  5. Remove the 2 bolts with a 10 mm deep socket and ratchet and set them aside. With needle nose pliers pinch the clip and push it out of the bracket
    • Remove the 2 bolts with a 10 mm deep socket and ratchet and set them aside.

    • With needle nose pliers pinch the clip and push it out of the bracket

    • Remove the nut behind the engine that holds the plastic cable assembly in place with a 10 mm deep socket and ratchet and set it aside

    • The entire plastic cable assembly should now be loose. This should make removing the battery bracket easier in the next step

  6. There are three (3) 12mm bolts that must be removed on the top There are two (2) 12mm bolts underneath the bracket that must be loosened. The second picture shows the bracket out of the car to make finding the blind bolts easier
    • There are three (3) 12mm bolts that must be removed on the top

    • There are two (2) 12mm bolts underneath the bracket that must be loosened. The second picture shows the bracket out of the car to make finding the blind bolts easier

    • With the upper bolts removed, the lower bolts loosened, and the plastic cable assembly loose, the bracket can now slide up and out of the engine bay

  7. Unplug the Map Sensor and set the wire harness out of the way With a 12mm socket and ratchet remove the two (2) bolts, circled in orange, and set them aside Pinch the hose clamp with needle nose pliers and remove the hose from the charge pipe
    • Unplug the Map Sensor and set the wire harness out of the way

    • With a 12mm socket and ratchet remove the two (2) bolts, circled in orange, and set them aside

    • Pinch the hose clamp with needle nose pliers and remove the hose from the charge pipe

  8. With a 10mm socket, extension and ratchet loosen the two (2) hose clamps Alternatively if you don't have a long enough extension then you can use a long Philips head screw driver
    • With a 10mm socket, extension and ratchet loosen the two (2) hose clamps

    • Alternatively if you don't have a long enough extension then you can use a long Philips head screw driver

    • With the clamps loosened you should now be able to pull the charge pipe toward the side of the car and remove the OEM throttle body tubing

  9. Loosely place the 67-75 clamp on the smaller side of the silicone. Orientate the 67-75 clamp as shown
    • Loosely place the 67-75 clamp on the smaller side of the silicone. Orientate the 67-75 clamp as shown

    • Loosely place the 76-84 clamp on the larger side of the silicone. Orientate the 76-84 clamp as shown

    • Orienting the clamps as shown is necessary to avoid any potential contact or rubbing during engine movement

    • Install the throttle body silicone so that the logo is facing up

    • The smaller side of the silicone is connected to the charge pipe and the larger side of the silicone is connected to the throttle body

    • With a 10mm deep socket and ratchet tight the two clamps

  10. Plug the wire back into the sensor
    • Plug the wire back into the sensor

    • Install the two 12mm bolts back into the charge pipe with a 12mm socket and ratchet

    • Hook the hose back up to the stem with a pair of needle nose pliers

  11. Partially start the two lower 12mm bolts by hand. The battery bracket will rest between the washer and the engine bay Set the bracket into the engine bay and make sure the lower part is resting on the two lower bolts With the bracket in place, install the 3 upper 12mm bolts with a 12mm socket and ratchet
    • Partially start the two lower 12mm bolts by hand. The battery bracket will rest between the washer and the engine bay

    • Set the bracket into the engine bay and make sure the lower part is resting on the two lower bolts

    • With the bracket in place, install the 3 upper 12mm bolts with a 12mm socket and ratchet

    • With a 12mm socket, extension, and ratchet tighten the two lower bolts

  12. Hook the plastic cable assembly back on the stud and reinstall the 10mm nut with a 10mm deep socket and ratchet Reinstall the two 10mm bolts
    • Hook the plastic cable assembly back on the stud and reinstall the 10mm nut with a 10mm deep socket and ratchet

    • Reinstall the two 10mm bolts

    • Reinsert the clip into the battery bracket

  13. Place the battery tray and foam on top of the battery bracket Set the battery on the tray and in the foam Install the battery tie down
    • Place the battery tray and foam on top of the battery bracket

    • Set the battery on the tray and in the foam

    • Install the battery tie down

    • The long rod hooks to the battery tray

    • Install the 10mm nut onto the long rod,. Tighten with a 10mm deep socket and ratchet

  14. Place the positive wire back on the positive terminal
    • Place the positive wire back on the positive terminal

    • Tighten the nut with a 10mm deep socket and ratchet

    • Place the negative wire back on the negative terminal

    • Tighten the nut with a 10mm deep socket and ratchet

  15. Align the engine cover on the engine, and install the five 10mm bolt with a 10mm deep socket and ratchet
    • Align the engine cover on the engine, and install the five 10mm bolt with a 10mm deep socket and ratchet

  16. This completes the installation of your 27WON Performance Throttle Body Silicone. If you still need to install your 27WON Performance boost tubes, you can do that here:https://www.performanceinstalls.com/Guid...
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