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Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by sbcsam, Dec 22, 2003.

  1. sbcsam

    sbcsam Junior Member

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    i just installed my b16asir II in my dx hb,what 1/4 et should i be expecting,the engine is stock,the only thing i installed was a new clucth and a 7 pound fly wheel,i'm still breaking the clutch in, so i haven't takin it to the track yet.but i just wanted to have more or less of an idea? my friend ran a 15 flat with an h22,do you guys think i'll be able to keep up?
     
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    mid 14's if its stock
     
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    92civicb18b1 The Trisexual

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    just no

    We can't tell you what your et will be. Plain and simple every driver is different, weights are different, car is different, we don't know what the weather conditions are, we don't know the altitude. But if you want me to guess anywhere between 8-35 seconds.

    No but for real mid to low 15s sounds right
     
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    lude68 Senior Member

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    15 flat out of a damn h22 is shitty..im sorry to say but your friend cant drive.. he should(well like 92civicb18b1 said depending on altitude) around here he should be hittin mid to high 13s!
     
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    E_SolSi Member of the 20 nut club Moderator VIP

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    we have no fucking clue what you will run
    there is no way any of us can give you an accurate guess

    if you want a rough estimate go find a secluded road that is straght and flat
    measure out 1/4 mile
    get a friend with a stopwatch
    time it yourself
    it wont be accurate... but it will be more accurate than any of us could guess
     
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