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Old 06-20-2013, 02:54 PM
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751HP on a Honda B18C1 with concrete. Have to admit its pretty sweet/interesting.

I know the engine well. I had an Acura Integra GSR.

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Pretty cool.!
I like his coolant overflow bottle


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Ya. Thats funny.

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From what I understand, to make real power with the B18 you need to do some sort of block reinforcement. A buddy of mine built his integra with a B16a1 block, with stock rods/pistons, stock b16/pr3 head (ST valvetrain) with oem gsr cams. With turbo, tuning and slicks he was able to run a low time of 11.4 before a stock rod bolt broke beating a vette'. He's building a new setup nearly identical, but this time with ARP rod bolts.
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All that power and ran a 10.60???? That does not impress me at all. Actual performance > dyno queen.
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All that power and ran a 10.60???? That does not impress me at all. Actual performance > dyno queen.
It was very low budget and a 1.8L. That much HP in a car that weighs 2800lbs is really difficult to get it to stick to the pavement on a front wheel drive. Its possible, but like I said, it was very low budget.

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