Oh, I knew Vortec makes a kit for the Civic but not Poyne.
Like TrickedOdyssey said, you should be fine is keep the boost low and use premium fuel.
Chrysler engines are quite strong and can stand force induction. I know of many Dakota R/T owners that supercharged their R/Ts and there are no major problems (as long as it's not a Kenne Bell kit, some sort of design flaw). Don't forget that back in the late 80 and early 90s almost every Mopar had a turbo option. From minivans to Spirits to Daytonas.
DMGJLG, I would think pullys from a Accord would work as they have bascially the same engine, except ours is bored out. But intake might not fit perfectly as I think our throttle body is a little larger. You are talking about aftermarket pully and intake and not the stock one right? If you are refering to the factory ones I don't think they'll do you much good.
As for my "rice burner" comment, you know those Civics, Integra etc. The ones with a coffee can exhaust, 56 foot wing on a FWD car, car covered with stickers of parts that they don't have, fake Type R badges, lowered cm to the groung with stock hubcaps.... You know what I am talking about, all those all show and no go ones. Funny thing is that Toyota is doing the same thing with thier Celica ad. "Looks Fast" the ad saids, I bet.