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What Can I Expect?

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by 1sikef, May 3, 2009.

  1. 1sikef

    1sikef New Member

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    1994 CX Hatchback
    - Stock K20z1 (210hp)
    - Hybrid Racing Fuel Rail Mated To Aeromotive Regulator
    - Stage 2 Exedy Clutch (Solid Disk) w/ 12lb Flywheel
    - Aem Intake w/ Filter
    - K-Pro ECU

    What Do You Think I Will Run With 93oct. On Slicks
    Does Anyone Else Have A Similar Set Up That Can Tell Me What They Ran 1/4
     
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    phyregod !!YTINASNI

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    mid 14s?

    Depends alot on the driver.. and if you're listing off fuel rails and regulators as things that might affect your ET on a stock motor, I'll assume you arent experienced.
     
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    AHHVTEC Well-Known Member VIP

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    if you can drive 12s
     
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    no im experienced ive been messing with hondas for 10 years i just listed what i had done and to see what other people ran with similar set-ups because im waiting on my header before i take it to the track and im no stranger to the track, this is my first k-swap, so i was justr seeing about what i can expect
     
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    :rolleyes:
     
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    I agree, 12's if you can drive, also elevation is a factor to.

    The biggest gains on that stock K20z1 are coming from Kpro, it does alot for the k-series. what exhaust are size are you running? 2.5", 3"?
     
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    I was at the track last wednsday and ran againts a 95 coupe full interior and he ran a 13.3 with alot of wheel hop with a K20
     
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    Yeh

    Uhm for a hatch it depends on weight imo and based on you're driving you could run mid 14's high 13's if you have good shifts. If you gut the seats and you take power steering out and you're just making a track car, gut everything and take AC out power steering etc. Nothing neccessary for a track car.
    Best of luck.
     
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    well it being a cx its very lite weight. if he cant hit 12s he is not doing it right lol
     
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    yeah i took of the a/c and power steering, and it is a cx very light, and im running a 3in thermal r&d catback
     
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    Well I would say mid to low 13s to start. It is a new setup and you dont know how it will run on the track. You may need to work out a few bugs in the begining. Just saying that cause people build a 12 second car then it runs slower than it should on paper and get disapointed. I would be bringing a helmet and fire gear to the track when you runn for sure, it will be a fast car. With slicks be sure to have good axles or you will break them.
     
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