Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0T (mods) vs Civic Si (mods)
Genesis - tbe, intake and tune
Civic - headers , Exhaust , intake
This dude said Genesis were parked, slow and we were a waiste of time. Ran
him twice and beat him. I stopped because of a car infront of me and my
launch was doo doo because I was filming... Go home with your tail between
your legs buddy...
Hyundai Genesis 3.8 vs Porsche 911
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Camera car is a 997 325hp 4wd, tiptronic, and convertible. Its officially
the slowest 997 ever produced.
Genesis had X-pipe, headers, Exhaust
Here is a video of race 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eqL_-cNQRz4
Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0T Track Dyno
This video is a few Dyno runs (5) of my new 2010
Genesis Coupe 2.0T Track Edition. This was done on a Dynocom Dyno and numbers are corrected
to mustand Dyno levels
The car had 200 miles on it when this was done(brand new car still had 1st
tank of gas in it which is 87oct), bought it Wednesday and Dyno on Saturday. On the 4th
pull we opened the airbox by un-doing the clips and turning the top some to
get fresh air. On the 5th pull we had let the car cool down for about 15
minutes because the engine was suffering from heat-soak, we also
temporarily hooked a Boost gauge up
to read the Boost pressure, which
ended up being 5-lbs around 5500 (RPM)
RSX 0-100 w/ Mom hilarious!!!
0-100 of my 2004 rsx type s
k&n short ram intake
buddy club race header
skunk2 megapower r 70mm Exhaust
kpro magnesium street tuned
CC stage 4 clutch lightweight fly and quaffie lsd
my mom was camcording haha
RSX Type S vs. S2000
Watch the race from the outside here :
My 2002 Acura RSX type S against a 2005 S2000. The S2000 was stock and had
one passenger (camera man). My type S had a cold air intake. Video was
recorded at Pont Rouge dragway in Quebec, Canada.
I ran 14.9 and the S2000 ran 14.7.
My personal best with the same mod is 14.749 at 94.44 mph with a 60 ft. of
Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0T vs Honda Civic Si Coupe: Track Comparison
honda-civic-si-coupe-track-comparison-1172.html Looking for an affordable
sports coupe thats fuel-efficient enough for your daily commute but also
capable of providing some serious fun on the weekend? We put two of the
best options through their paces around our local racing circuit: the new
Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0T and the ever-popular Honda Civic Si Coupe. It
was a front-drive vs. rear-drive, turbocharged vs. normally aspirated 4-cylinder
battle. But who won the war?