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Old 01 Dec 2009, 09:01 pm
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Default Honda Civic Si Coupe-racing tips?

Ok so I have that car and I dont know anything about it. Its a nice little car to race in but I Wanna make it go faster. Can u help? also I told me boyfriend I know alot about cars when In reality I dont. Can u give me detailed info on what I would tell my boyfriend what this car has lol
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Old 01 Dec 2009, 09:16 pm
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there's a lot to do with this car so as first u can start with the exhaust system full exhaust system should give you about 10 to 12 HP, K&N air filter will give about 3 HP, engine management system will give you about 50 to 60, NOS to 150 or 250 depends on the booster, Turbo Kit about 100 or whatever you want, plus all that you will need a Brembo braking kit, and a roller cage, and of course strut bars to hold that power and the handling of your car.
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Old 01 Dec 2009, 09:31 pm
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Forced induction+Bigger fuel injectors. Than up the boost.
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Old 01 Dec 2009, 09:46 pm
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want it faster?? get rid of the honda motor
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Old 02 Dec 2009, 05:39 am
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Default Re: Honda Civic Si Coupe-racing tips?

It's called Google. You should try it sometime.

Not to mention you are vague. There are lots of Si coupes. Not all of them have the same motor. Don't expect help if you can't even help educate yourself. Nobody is going to spoon feed you information.

If you are attractive, post pics of yourself. Depending on what you look like, I have all the information you want to know about your Honda.
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Old 05 Dec 2009, 09:24 am
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Default Re: Honda Civic Si Coupe-racing tips?

You guys are hard
If you mean faster at a lapping day at the track.
Its not the motor that needs work, its alginment and tires.
Good Street tires or R compound tires and - camber plus little toe out in front.
For the street MOTOR

If you want to learn alot about setting up a car for the track try hadamotorsport.com
They know how to make a Honda into a very good corner carver,

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