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Old 06-03-2006, 02:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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im just wondering how much heavier a 7th gen ex coupe is compared to the 6th gen ex coupe?,,, also what kinda 1/4 mile times are u guys running
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2262 lbs-96, 2460 lbs-97, 2504 lbs-98, 2513 lbs-99 and 00,
2553 lbs-01 and 02, 2555 lbs-03, 2597 lbs-04, 2598 lbs-05
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Edmunds rates the ex coupe 16.2
ex sedan 17.2
lx/dx coupe 16.7 -cuz its 116 hp instead of 106 previous
lx/dx sedan not tested.

Im tellin ya once this new manifold comes out guys are going to start going fast. Like 140whp i/h/e/ cam/tune. Well see
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they definitely got some potential once the aftermarket world stops hating on us , lol. i raced my good buddy for years the other day in his 96 hatch civic with B18B1 swap in it out of 97 teg with my 01 Si(Ex USA , D17A2) , and i beat him twice in a row. once off the line , and once roll on start. i was pretty impressed with myself , lol. and sort of made me like my car a little more.
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with my 01 Si(Ex USA , D17A2)
At Canada?
what hp?

his b18b1 is stock

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i dont know exactly. 127 stock plus my add ons. his B18B1 has nothing but an intake. but he runs uberdata chipped ECU in it with altered fuel map.
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