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    YAY!!! I was right!
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    B18C1 is from the Integra GSR.

    B16A2/3 is the later B16.

    If I recall correctly from my Honda days, CRXs don't weight all that much. Somewhere in the ballpark of 2500lbs in stock trim. My dad used to have one, and it was actually pretty damn cool, especially the little extra piece of glass at the end of the hatch enhancing visibility.

    The B18C1 swap is the most common of Honda swaps. For the price of a B18 alone, I can hand you a 240SX that will go faster than a 350Z.
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    Sorry for straying off topic, but I love talking about stuff.

    At a ClubSi meet, I met a few people running turbos on B16s and 18s. Everyone there who had forced induction for more than 10,000 miles had mild gasket leaks. They said you can run at 6psi for a pretty long time...but any more than that, you're looking at a rebuild in 40-60,000mi
    My friend is building a JDM B18C (10.6:1 compression) hatchback. He wants to get a turbo for it and stuff, but that's a while in the future. So far he just has the B18 engine in and the suspension on the hatch done.
    For the price of everything he's done so far...he could have built a 240SX that runs 13s and turns really fast. His excuse for not doing that instead? "Didn't like how the 240 feels," which translates into "Don't like how a real sports car feels."
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    Now, back on topic.

    Maybe one day...he'll realize the potential of his hatch.

    And get rid of it for something faster.

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    atleast it's turboed????
    Basically a Cobb Stage 2+lots of extras

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    OOPS, I was wrong. I just found this pic, it's just a plain old D-series SOHC with a turbo.
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    hehehehe.. my friend has that motor. it looks like a d16y8 from a honda civic ex. SOHC 1.6. My friend DESTROYED, I mean GROTESQUELY MUTILATED one of those with a 75 shot on the first run with nos. I don't trust that SOHC motor at all, it's practically made of nothing but recycled pop cans. Not that I'm an expert on hondas or anything, I just kinda witnessed that one first hand from beginning to end because the guy lived with me.

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    ROFLMAO ......

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    Joining the hate!

    I'm so sick of looking at crap, personal expression can get way out of hand these days. Don't parents know how to say "no that's ridiculous" anymore?

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    There's several variations of the D-series from a 100 horsepower one, to the 130 horsepower one found in the Civic EX. They're actaully well designed and reliable engines, but HARDLY biased towards performance...I estimate 150 crank if he has the 100hp version, and I estimate about 170 if he has the 130hp version.

    So therefore, he has no go to match any of his show.

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    Originally posted by skullguy
    I mean those cars are not that heavy, so it might be fast????
    Stock CRX's were light (IIRC approx 2100 lbs). With all of the extra sheet metal and other stuff on that car, I'd be interested in knowing how much more it weighs.
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    Eighty pounds of bondo: $lots$

    Mercedes headlights: $500

    BMW grille: $500

    Widebody fenders, and primer: $800

    GReddy Turbo kit: $2000

    The joy it brings to the people who see it: Priceless.

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    The fuzzy dice really set it off nicely.

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    you guys need to lighten up. everyone needs a hobby... baaawhaaahaaaaaa!

    j/k. that thing is frickin' ugly.

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    i want to throw up..
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    Originally posted by PKer
    The fuzzy dice really set it off nicely.
    Actually, I think that the fuzzy dice fit on that car.
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    And that gigantic GReddy sticker probably adds at least 15-20 whp!!

    What size wheels are those? 28"?? LOL

    Friends don't let friends do that to their cars. It's just cruel.

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