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Old 07-19-2005, 01:08 PM
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Originally Posted by Sol
The VTEC engines are nuts in a light car like the GSR or Type-R. You'd definitly want an L67 to take one of those.
Don't hate on the L36. j/k
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The VTEC engines are nuts in a light car like the GSR or Type-R. You'd definitly want an L67 to take one of those.
Well I guess it is a darn good thing that you have a bonneville motor in that GP. :P
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i just wanna add alot of Guys use a GSR block with a LS head i guess it puts out more
and SI civics are slow in my eyes while a GSR teggy is a different story
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Don't hate on the L36. j/k
You're an exception!




It'* really easy to get a GSR in the mid 14'*. A guy I know has one and has done intake and exhaust work and it moves pretty well ... above 4000 rpm.
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They're decently quick. They're not made for straight line though, they're made to turn. There are at most 3 cars on this website that, if driven properly could keep up with an ITR on say... road atlanta.
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Originally Posted by BonneMeMN
They're decently quick. They're not made for straight line though, they're made to turn. There are at most 3 cars on this website that, if driven properly could keep up with an ITR on say... road atlanta.
Very true, the one I was in had some mean suspension work done to it. Tires, springs, adjustable dampeners.... It handled like no other, and it'* still FWD.
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Originally Posted by GAMEOVER
i just wanna add alot of Guys use a GSR block with a LS head i guess it puts out more
and SI civics are slow in my eyes while a GSR teggy is a different story

all of them (rs,ls ,GSR, TYPE-R )have the same block, the heads are different.

normally its an LS Bloc with a SiR head (or gsr head,or type-r) but Sir head is cheaper and have higher compression than GSR.

its called LS/Vtec and it give 190-200hp 140 pound/torque

and theres also a B20/vtec wich is CRV bloc(2 liter) and Sir head, THAT engine in a hatchback run low 14'* and 13 with slick. its 200+hp 160 pound/torque

but you can also supercharge a SiR engine (but you need lower compression) and it give 240hp (jackson racing supercharger) with a good setup. but its 5000 can$

but stock for stock, the Si civic is between the Teg GSR and the LS.
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ya there ya go LSvtec see i dont pay much attention to ricers you seen one you seen them all
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Originally Posted by GAMEOVER
ya there ya go LSvtec see i dont pay much attention to ricers you seen one you seen them all
sadly wed be seeing the taillights of one of those Integras

although i bet almost every car here could take one off the line, thats what the low-end torque is good for....although theyd have like no wheelspin(140 ft lb torque)...so maybe we wouldnt.
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Well I guess it is a darn good thing that you have a bonneville motor in that GP.
You mean its a good thing that he has a Buick engine in his GP... What kinda bonneville motor are we talking about, window, wiper, or blower?

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