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Old 28-May-2005, 06:55 PM
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a stock h22 with slipping clutch and bald tires do in a ciivc?

168.2 hp @ 6750 rpm
146.5 ft*lbs @ 5250 rpm

13.7 @ 103 mph


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Old 28-May-2005, 07:07 PM
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that's all the rust making yoru car weight less, man I thought that cablerat's h22 setup was perfect mechanically as he always said...slipping clutch eh..?

you bought his civic did you not..either way respectable times
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Old 28-May-2005, 07:09 PM
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only really slips above like 6000... aside from the clutch it is mechanically perfect... if i didn't have bald 185 width all seasons i'm told it would be in the low 13's
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Old 28-May-2005, 07:14 PM
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sorry I see your trap now..?...low 13's...maybe 13.3-4 maybe 13.2 once your get it dialed completely and have a slick
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Old 28-May-2005, 07:25 PM
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you have no idea how much tire spin occured lol
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Old 28-May-2005, 11:07 PM
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13.7 on stock clutch and tiny tires is not bad.

Your lucky the clutch was slipping or you'd have a broken shaft most likely.

I'm suprized that chip produced pretty good power.

That car is serious potential..

Dingus, it's a stock aftermarket clutch with over 40K on it of good **** kicking..

The swap itself is perfect.

and yep, it was mine..
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Old 29-May-2005, 04:17 AM
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not too shabby rick
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Old 29-May-2005, 11:12 AM
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ahh memories... :cry:

Just be careful, don't forget the rest of the car is still 13 years old.
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Old 29-May-2005, 11:56 AM
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Originally posted by Cablerat
ahh memories... :cry:

Just be careful, don't forget the rest of the car is still 13 years old.

barely hit puberty
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Old 29-May-2005, 12:18 PM
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u actually put the h22 in?
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Old 29-May-2005, 12:34 PM
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well i was going to do the swap anyways then cablerat was selling his car... so i'd rather dick around with body work then install that engine
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Old 29-May-2005, 02:59 PM
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Did you actually do a 1/4 mile or is this just the calculations based on weight and power that were done at Auto Acessory Zone?...........lol
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Old 29-May-2005, 03:03 PM
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they can set it up to make a 1/4 mile run on the dyno... accurate to 1/10 sec which is good enough for me
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Its that acurate?........Damn...I live close to the shop. I should try it out. How long does it take to hook your car up and make the run?...and don't they give you two runs? And do they have a Tree so they can measure reaction time and what not?
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Old 29-May-2005, 03:13 PM
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ummm i got like 4-5 dyno pulls then 2 1/4 mile runs... maybe 30 mins per car... the power numbers are all weight corrected or something.... they said if i ran my car on a dynojet the numbers would be higher... closer to 180-185 hp... but its more realistic numbers above...
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take it to a real strip....those numbers mean nothign to me if it was done on the dyno...real strip you probobly woudl have trouble breaking into the high 13's...so many more things when it's a real track...sureface, track temp, wind, humidity...these numbers mean nothing...shouldn't a h22 with i/h/e tuned be more like 180-190 whp...?
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Old 29-May-2005, 06:26 PM
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Originally posted by dingus88
take it to a real strip....those numbers mean nothign to me if it was done on the dyno...real strip you probobly woudl have trouble breaking into the high 13's...so many more things when it's a real track...sureface, track temp, wind, humidity...these numbers mean nothing...shouldn't a h22 with i/h/e tuned be more like 180-190 whp...?
a STOCK H22 with I/H/E should hit 180-185WHP IF tuned perfectly. My buddy has a 22 Civic @ 187whp.

This car was never tuned, I ran a custom made program I got from a guy in like Nova Scotia or something.. Ran the car the best compared to any other programs I found.. Car needs a wide-band and tuning to get up there..
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wow very strong motor

all you need now is SMSP header and VAFC and 200 is right up your ally
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