Civic B16 Nitrous runs 0-110mph
If you want to watch car in 1/4 mile 13.28 link here:
My second pull I shifted too early because I was focused on the camera that
was moving around. Bottle was close to empty so it had low pressure. Thanks
for watching and enjoy.
2000 Civic Type R K20 swap HybridRacing
Just out for a "cruise" with the GoPro
2000 Civic Type R
Stock untuned 02 K20A2
Was running stock k20a2 map in kpro
RBC intake manifold
Hybrid Racing 70mm Throttle body
Hybrid Racing Race header
Full custom 3in stainless Exhaust
Hybrid Racing full length radiator
Hybrid Racing hoses
Hybrid Racing mount kit
Hybrid Racing cold air intake
Hybrid Racing fuel line tuck kit
Hybrid Racing shifter cables
Hybrid Racing shift box
Hybrid Racing conversion harness
Short build thread
Civic B16 240hp
SDP Autosport inc. Built this engine that can go at 11,000 rpm and still
working on 91 octane fuel. The bottom is almost like a stock but head work
is crazy. We made new runner with the Dyno sheet you seen. Head
porting is very nice as you can see but we most keep our secret thank you
And please visit our web site to see what else we can do !!!
Best VTEC Sound - K20
The sound of that downshift at 0:45 is reason enough to be NA. The car is
an 8th Gen (06) Si with a stock K20 and open airbox.
In a world where true driving enthusiasts are a dying breed, peaky and
berserk NA engines like this are becoming scarce in favor of more "torquey"
engines with consequently diluted powerbands and lower rev-limits. Despite
what you may have heard, the only TRUE advantage of this torque-focused
engine type is that it lets you go reasonably fast even if you have no idea
how to properly extract top-end power from a manual performance car.
Its easy to say that your engine has 5 liters (or whatever) and therefore
doesn't NEED more than 6000rpm. Fair enough, but you must be willing to
make that statement knowing that a proper 8k-redline 5-liter would make
around 500 horsepower NA completely
stock. Still in love with that low-end? Low-rpm NA engines sacrifice their
full performance potential for no reason other than to be easier and more
rewarding for a novice to drive.