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1991 Honda Civic Hatch on Nitrous Express 1/4 mile Drag Racing timeslip specs 0-60

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1/4 Mile ET: 13.989
1/4 Mile MPH: 97.980
1/8 Mile ET: 9.017
1/8 Mile MPH: 80.330
0-60 Foot ET: 2.159
VBOX 60-130 MPH:
Standing 1 Mile MPH:
Temperature F: 70.0
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Car Make: Honda
Car Model: Civic
Car Type: Hatch on Nitrous Express
Car Year: 1991
Driver: Davey Peters
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Horsepower @ wheels: 2.00
Torque @ wheels: 3.00
Dyno Type: rocket ship
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Classifieds: Civic For Sale
Parts: Civic Parts

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 1991 Honda Civic Hatch on Nitrous Express


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i was wanting to buy a 91 civic hatchback and it is all stock that i know of, but im scarde it is slow. do you know if a stock 91 civic is slow or what? i would apreciate it

Hey IDK, Well it depends on which 91 civic you get. The Standard (like mine) are way slow, like 20.6 seconds slow, the DX is very slow like 17.4 seconds slow, and the Si which have the D16a6 in them are not too slow, but are still 16.7. So to start a stock 91 is slow, but get some light wheels, good tires, intake, header, exhaust, and a high flow cat (or a test pipe which deletes your cat) and you'll be much more happy. I hit 15.7 in my old 90 Civic hatch with those mods and lots of practice. Anyway, thur you go. Later, Davey

i need to know more about this car because im about to buy my self one and i love to go fast so i need some info on it

Hey Dave, I can tell you anything you want to know, just email me... ahknodd@msn.com Later man.

Time slip reads 13 second, you post 14.49 on your site and 15.07 on your window. Which is it dude?? Either this car is terribly inconsistent or you are a pathetic liar?? Which one??

Tony... first off DONT BE A ****. If you read in my comments then you'll notice that I am going to be updating with a new picture soon, so that would tell a me that maybe that 15.07 on my window is old and my car has gotten quicker. Also, if you think hard enough maybe, just maybe I accidently forgot to update my times on my page after I posted my new timeslip since I was so excited that my car finally broke into the 13's. And since it takes up too 24 hours for them to update this site I had to wait for it to post up so I could change the times. Think before you post on someone's page and next time try to be nice before you accuse someone of lying on here, especially when on their timeslip the car number matches the number on the windshield in the picture. Thanks for the comment anyway and good luck with whatever you drive.

(Scott Renear)
Were 2 of the few, that would make our D-series do the things we have... But its still not the K-series...

Amen to that! Someday, someday.

Very impressed by your civic. for a single cam motor expecially a 1.5 to run 13's? not to mention through N/A? thats intense. great work on the car and keep it up!

Thanks for the comment Zack, I'm pretty surprised at my 1.5 as well. Unfortunately it isn't N/A, it has a 75 shot of Nitrous. I'm going out soon and I'm hoping to hit the mid 13's!

I have a 1.5...it has -550cc injectors -fuel rail/regulator -cams -cam gears -header back exhaust -cold air how much juice do u think i can use??

Hey Matt, You have all the bolt on stuff which is good, but essentailly your motor (internally) is stock. So it will handle what a stock motor can handle. I have put around 6 bottles on my 1.5 on the track and on the street and it has handled it fine. I would up grade your ignition system first. Like get an MSD external coil some better 8 mm wires and NGK BKR8EIX spark plugs. Then you will be as safe as you can against detonation, which is bad. Probably a 75 shot is about as high you'd want to go. But with that you'll fly! Get some pistons and rods in there and you can got to 100 or 125 shot. Definately get a wet nitrous set up, never use dry... just not as safe. Good luck, email me if you have more questions.

hey davey, i have a 91 std hatch all stock right now. i just ordered h,i,e. and on top of that i ordered a zex wet kit, so you are running all stock internals. and btw i have the 4 spd. are you running a si tranny or what. hope to hear back from you soon

Engine: D15B (SOHC JDM Non Vtec) w/MPFI Swap
Turbos: N/A
Supercharger: N/A
Boost Control: N/A
Boost Pressure (psi): N/A
Intercooler: N/A
Nitrous Kit/System: Nitrous Express EFI Hitman w/NOS Ntimidator Dual Purge
Nitrous Shot: 75 (Jets=.41 Nitrous/.23 Fuel)
Pistons (rotors): Stock
Port: N/A
Rings (seals): Stock
Heads: StockD15B w/D16y8 metal hg
Connecting Rods: Stock
Camshaft: JDM ZC (SOHC Non Vtec)
Throttle Body: Stock CRX Si
Intake & Air Filter: Injen SR w/Injen Filter and MPFI Swap from 91 CRX
Headers / Downpipe: Airmass 4-2-1 Compblu


Custom Test Pipe to Delete Cat
Exhaust: Custom 2 1/4 w/Dynomax Superturbo Muffler
Carburetor: N/A

Computer ECU Chip Upgrade: PM6 from CRX Si
Battery: Stock
Ignition: Nology Coil, MSD Cap, Taylor Wires
Spark Plugs: Zex Nitrous Plugs
Fuel Injectors: Stock
Fuel Pump: Stock
Gas: 92 Octane Pump Gas
Pulley: Stock
Transmission: 88 Civic Si 5 Speed w/4.43 ZXi Final Drive
Clutch/Torq Conv: ACT Modified Street Disc w/Heavy Duty Pressure Pla
Differential: Quaife LSD (Freakin Awesome!! I love it)
Radiator: Stock
Flywheel: Fidanza 7 lbs. Aluminum (Actually around 11 lbs.)
Shifter: B&M Short Shifter w/Energy Suspension Bushings
Gears: Stock 88 Civic Si
Suspension: Tein Coilovers, Ingalls Camber, Energy Suspension Bushings, 89 CRX HF front Sway Bar, Ebay Front Upper Strut Tower Bar
Wheels: Devino 17x7 220's (wheel+tire=40 lbs. each!)
Brake Rotors/Pads: 91 Integra Full Disc swap, Hawk HP+ pads, Goodridge Braided Lines, ATE Fluid, EBay Drilled/Slotted Rotors
Tires Azenis RT-615 (205/40r17)
Weight with driver (lbs): 2300
Track: Southern Oregon Dragway, OR, USA
 Record Modified: November 23rd, 2007

Additional parts, modifications, upgrades & information:
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Track Elevation is 1410 feet and tire pressure was 20 psi. Next major mod is a D16Y8 Vtec head. Please feel free to comment if you'd like or if you've got any questions. This car (w/same motor) started out as a 20.6@76mph!!! Talk about potential. D series rock!
Track is closed for the season, will update times with new Vtec head, bottle heater, and slicks the first chance I get!! So stay tuned...

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