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r18 in 93 hatch

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by mikes93civic, Feb 26, 2006.

  1. Danjerusmoke

    Danjerusmoke New Member

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    what info are you looking for ?
     
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    its a very expensive swap for power you would get , but its deff different
     
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    Points for being unique, that's for sure. The cluster swap was a nice touch, I respect that.
     
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    I think it would be cool if you could find a donor car for a good price, im sure it would be stupid reliable and get wicked mpgs (cars prob 1000lbs lighter), im sure wiring wouldnt be fun I couldnt find anyone making a harness for it yet
     
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    Danjerusmoke. Holy sh!t that's an R18 in there. Wtf? Good job. I have an r18 in my 08 civic. Slow as balls. But heard it's a great application for a turbo setup. Low compression and all.
    I know this is a few months late. Bump
     
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    The car makes 186 hp / 162 tq @ 6300 rpm. that is not bad compared to stock GSR . plus if we are not beating up on the car . On high way miles 52 mpg and around town 40 mpg . this year coming up plan to reflash the car and boost it . might even look at taking out the R18 and using the R20 . Plus if we are all doing the same thing there nothing new to learn from . one cool factor is when going to the shows with the car . People at first most of the time cant figure out what the Frack it is ...LOL
     
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    was not to bad. the sucky thing was the immobilizer system . have to have the matching key , fusebox/bcm and ecu all out of the same car . since then , we have figured out to hack the immobilize out of the ecu by removing certain 8 pin chips out of the ECU . even if you have to do it the first way we came up with it . was not bad at all . most of the colors honda likes to use do the same functions. also with the ABS/TCM stuff gone . the pedal is now 1 to 1 . no delay
     
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    I love weird builds and this one makes me very happy. Well done, sirs.
     
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    That power is at the wheels? What's the weight of the car? Curious now for my CRX... this would be a great way to get 50mpg on the highway but still boost for awesome power.
     
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    I smell bs on power numbers lol if it made that on the dyno the corrections are wayyy off for altitude making it show big numbers 110%
     
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    x2 on the BS unless you have it tuned...

    Horsepower @ rpm (SAE net, Rev 8/04) 140 @ 6300
    Torque (lb.-ft. @ rpm) 128 @ 4300
     
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