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The differences between the B18C / B18C5 / B18C6 ITR's ?

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by loverboy, Jul 12, 2009.

  1. loverboy

    loverboy Junior Member

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    Hello guys !
    Any body can tell me the differences between the JDM USA and the Europe version of the ITR ? (Hp, Moment and parts)
    Thanks.
     
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    Typical arrogant HondaSwap reply. Haven't logged into this shit-hole for months and the first thing I see is arrogance. I guess things haven't changed a bit around here. Any of you guys ever get laid? shit.
     
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    GlassHeadlights West West Yall

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    well its good to see ppl are actually using the Referrence section.

    As for the B18C6, you're right its not in that list,

    B18C6
    • VTEC
    • Found in:
    • Type: 1.8 litre 16v DOHC 4 cylinder in-line
    • Displacement: 1,797 cc (109.7 cu in)
    • Compression: 11.1:1
    • Air intake diameter: 62 mm (2.4 in)
    • Bore: 81 mm (3.189 in)
    • Stroke: 87.2 mm (3.433 in)
    • Rod Length: 137.9 mm (5.429 in)
    • Rod/Stroke Ratio: 1.58
    • Power: 190 PS/140 kW @ 7900 rpm & 131 ft·lbf/178 N·m @ 7300 rpm
    • Redline: 8400 rpm
    • Rev-limiter: 8700 rpm
    • Vtec engagement: 5700 rpm
    • Transmission: S80 w/LSD
    As far as mechanical differences, be more specific.
     
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    Is 190PS = 190Hp ?
    In mechanical differences i mean the mechanical reasons to the differences in the Power and moment for the different types of ITR's engines - they all are the same engines so which parts make the different outputs ?
    Thanks.
     
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    ps is the symbol for pferdestärke, which is German for horsepower. The symbol ps is used in both the German and Japanese markets.

    pferdestarke is the same as metric horsepower, or I should say ps is the symbol for metric horsepower.

    1 pferdestarke = 0.9863201 horsepower [international]
    164 pferdestarke = 161.7564919 horsepower [international]

    As you can see, ps is very close to regular horsepower. If you just need an estimate, you can interchange them. 164 ps = 164 hp
     
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