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just for your purposes... a few ppl have posted that a good reaction time is .5 ?? thats a half of a second. kinda slow . the best reaction time is a .050 i believe. correct me if i'm wrong someone?
just try out different launches..my friend launched at 3500rpm when he had his 2000 si. i think he even tried droppin it from 4000rpmHey everyone. I just bought a 99 Civic Si. B16 of course, and I was wondering what I should launch at. I haven't had the car very long and haven't got the chance to test it out. Thanks!
what your talking about is commonly known as "pre-loading". What your doing is slipping the clutch so the shock to the driveline when you release the clutch is minimal. You use your e-brake to keep the car from moving and let the clutch out to the point where it is starting to grab.ok i know the thread is a little old but, im a track noob. ive herd of this a little, so, how exactly do you "load up" the trans using the e-bake. i've been told this will reduce intial shock on launch and is good for saving axel splines from relieving themselves.