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Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by ucc crx, Jan 28, 2006.

  1. ucc crx

    ucc crx Junior Member

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    would a grs make to much tq for a crx to handle to its potential

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    ripperbone angry bear

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    [​IMG] lots of people have a gsr in their crx
     
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    ucc crx Junior Member

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    i know many people have done it b4 but i was just wondering if i will lose some handling due to more tq b/c i was planing to autocrosse it

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    ripperbone angry bear

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    i havent lost any handling in my crx, but I have a b16 not a b18, and I dont autocross. so I am no help there
     
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    StealthMode Kung Foolin'

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    It really depends on your driving skills.
     
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    would a gsr handle the same as a b16 in it

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    jamesA Well known pissed off telephone guy VIP

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    They're roughly the same weight, so yeah... but the b16 is going to have less power.
     
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    i know the b16 will have less power so would puting in a gsr wich has more power make me loose my handling

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    StealthMode Kung Foolin'

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    You might get some more tire spin due to the higher torque levels, but if you have the right tires and good suspension work, you should handle just fine.
     
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