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Old 10-20-2016, 09:18 PM   #1
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Default rsx type s hittting 13.99

planning on hitting 13.99 carb legal besides ktuner and offroad add ons. what I got in my mind is a dc shorty header and a tune.
mods are sri 2.25 exhaust esmm megan coilovers. no nitrous plz. will be getting ktuner in a week or so.
mods im thinking next is coolant by pass and img

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Old 11-12-2016, 01:49 AM   #2
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A friend of mines ran 13.6x in a K20z1 swapped Civic Hatch(EP3) with, intake pipe (I think), stock exhaust with all season tires and a Mugen ECU.
EP3 is slightly lighter than the RSX by like 30lbs so I think you can do it if you're a good driver.
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A friend of mines ran 13.6x in a K20z1 swapped Civic Hatch(EP3) with, intake pipe (I think), stock exhaust with all season tires and a Mugen ECU.
EP3 is slightly lighter than the RSX by like 30lbs so I think you can do it if you're a good driver.

05 EP3 is about 60 lbs lighter than an 05 RSX Type S. But an 05 EP3 is heavier than an 02-04 RSX Type S. 02 EP3 is 14 lbs lighter than an 02-04 RSX Type S.

Not calling BS on this post but that would have to be one amazing driver.
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Old 02-23-2017, 10:56 PM   #4
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05 EP3 is about 60 lbs lighter than an 05 RSX Type S. But an 05 EP3 is heavier than an 02-04 RSX Type S. 02 EP3 is 14 lbs lighter than an 02-04 RSX Type S.

Not calling BS on this post but that would have to be one amazing driver.
It also depends where the OP is located. Our track is close to sea level I believe (too lazy to actually check) but I ran a 14.98 in my 2008 TSX making 207whp. TSX is 500lbs+ heavier than Type S and EP3?
And some say by reducing the weight of your car per 100lbs you shave off a tenth of a second (plus/minus) or something? My buddy was running 13.8/13.9 with me in the car. He wanted more traction but obviously adding weight may gain traction but lose ET. I'm about 170lbs so I added .2+ seconds to his time.
On the same track I ran a 11.6 with a 350whp EVO IX MR, however my buddy is a way better driver than I am and I was there when he ran it.
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