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Old 08-Feb-2009, 03:28 AM
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specs for a 99 civic si automatic??

I'm about to look at a 99 civic si that is an automatic and can't find the specs for it since SI are supposed to be only standard. Does anyone know the specs for the automatic or there's no such thing?

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I'm about to look at a 99 civic si that is an automatic and can't find the specs for it since SI are supposed to be only standard. Does anyone know the specs for the automatic or there's no such thing?
Slow!......Really slow!
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Well they have power windows/mirrors/locks/sunroof. They are 127 hp.
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Well they have power windows/mirrors/locks/sunroof. They are 127 hp.
127hp to the crank.......factor in drivetrain loss and year of the car and maybe he has 100hp to the wheels! Slow!
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127hp to the crank.......factor in drivetrain loss and year of the car and maybe he has 100hp to the wheels! Slow!
they are not even 100 to the wheels, they are around 87-90 when they are new. EG civic are the same slow *** car when they are new.
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they are not even 100 to the wheels, they are around 87-90 when they are new. EG civic are the same slow *** car when they are new.
The key word I say is "maybe" 100 to the wheels. And it depends on what type of EG?? A brand new SI off the lot back in the day would put down 100 to the wheels and run a slow mid 16" 1/4. I'm old I remember when they first came out beacuse I bought one.
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thats not true, theres sutomatic Si's
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The 99-00 Canadian Si is available with an auto tranny. The US Si is not. Maybe the info the o/p was reading was from a US based site.
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The 99-00 Canadian Si is available with an auto tranny. The US Si is not. Maybe the info the o/p was reading was from a US based site.
Those would have been 2 completely different cars as well, the American Si would have been the SiR up here no?
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Thats what I was getting at. The o/p may have been reading about the US Si basic specs and overlooked the big differences between the the 2 different Si's.

CDN Si = US EX
CDN SiR = US Si
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