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catsman72

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i have a civic hatchback cx and i was wundering what my quater mile time would be. i have a intake and egay header,cat and exhaust + i would also take out sub and amp the rear seats and the spare tire. thanks any responds.
 

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I'd say somewhere between mid 15's to mid 16's. depending on the driver.
 


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mid 16's to high 17's... for sure
 

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really, i'm a pretty good driver
 


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BlackHope121 said:
mid 16's to high 17's... for sure
please... I was able to run mid 15's in my dx hatch with just an intake, cx is much lighter with same engine and if he had more mods, I'd say he'd be around the same. Course it takes a good driver to pull a mid 15 in a dx.
 

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so most likely i would be in the 15's
 

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my exhaust is 2.5 inch because i'm turboing in about three to four months do you think it will really matter right now?
 

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GSRs run mid to low 15's how the heck is a virtually stock cx hatch (with about 6hp of upgrades) going to do that i'd say you'd be lucky to get under a 16.5, and i doubt at 16 if that is your real age you have had enough experience to call yourself a pretty good driver man, sorry
 

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GSRs run mid to low 15's how the heck is a virtually stock cx hatch (with about 6hp of upgrades) going to do that i'd say you'd be lucky to get under a 16.5, and i doubt at 16 if that is your real age you have had enough experience to call yourself a pretty good driver man, sorry
are you talking car and driver numbers for gsr's or real people numbers?
 

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yeah that gut is right theres no way in hell you will touch 15 with that cuz i got a gsr swap in my 99 coupe and i kept everything in and ran a high14 but that was luck after that it was all 15.2-15.3...or yeah and thats with skunk2 intake mani and dc sports 4-1 headers nd inject intake and a skunk 2 mega power exhaust!
 

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you should be seeing mid 16s. no matter how good a driver you are, theres only so much that d16y7 can do.
 

catsman72

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so pretty much i'll be in the 16's the way i am right now?
 

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i ran low 16's with my hx, i/h/e, and i had gutted it except for the dash, and drivers seat. but now with forced induction i am looking for 15-14's with the y5 powerplant.
 

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i;d hardly call a couple hundred pounds a lot lighter. i guess around 17;s or higher if u;ve never been to a track before. you might of free;d up a few hp but mainly the car is just noisier.
 

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please... I was able to run mid 15's in my dx hatch with just an intake, cx is much lighter with same engine and if he had more mods, I'd say he'd be around the same. Course it takes a good driver to pull a mid 15 in a dx.
dont make me laugh... mid 15's with an intake..?
 

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dont make me laugh... mid 15's with an intake..?
well, it was stripped to s**t, and no ac or ps as well, lol
 






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