Supercharged Honda Accord VS BMW M3 @ the California Speedway Fontana

Supercharged Honda Accord V6 ran 13.2@106.7mph with a 60 foot of 2.1 I brought the tire pressure down to 20psi to get off the line quicker which also likely killed my trap speed. I use to trap 111mph before at the same track with 24-26psi. also the hot & windy weather played a role that day with a gust of wind ranging from 30-50mph. I left the AC running for awhile before my run mainly because of 2 things... 1st, the weather was hot that day and 2nd, i have a line from the AC duct that goes to my intake box to cool the Supercharger up. Bright idea eh? For more details and pictures of the car, go to my cardomain pages... just click on the link below... http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2449807 ...

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Honda Accord VS Lamborghini Murcielago. EXOTIC CARs RACING, TOUGE FUN!!
found a pack of Exotic cars meeting up, so i sayed.. hmmm this could be fun! lol so i joined in with my little Gas Saving Honda to race these high end Performance Cars!! XD good racing and fun! too bad there was so many cars that the racing was very limited.. =/ ENJOY! and if you may ask about my car, its; naturally aspirated (all motor) Frankenstein H/F series putting out 234whp 196wtq built by myself (", ) end of the video: the whole pack of cars cruising by.





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Episode 1 - Building A Budget Beast - Honda Turbo System Build Series
This is Ep. 1 of my turbo system build on my Honda Accord. Even though I built this system on a Honda, it is not "car specific". In this episode I give an introduction to the though processes I was going through right before the build. I also discuss some basic turbo theory and assessing your car's "general overall health" as you start your build sheet process.





2012 Accord Remix 2.0 Supercharged 3.5L
Custom Supercharged Honda Accord on VVSCV3 Deep Concave Vossen Rims... Whoa. ( Concept Car ) CT Engineering Supercharger Magnaflow Exhaust Vossen VVS-CV3 wheels (matte black machined) – 20 x 9 (f); 20 x 10.5 (r) Kumho tires – 245/30 (f); 275/30 (r) Rotora brakes – (15-inch two-piece slotted front rotors, six-piston front calipers) Power Slot (rear rotors, red painted calipers) McGard tuner lug nuts (SPLine Cone Seat 12 x 1.5 inches) BC Racing adjustable coil-overs HFP (side underbody spoilers, front bumper underbody spoiler, rear bumper underbody spoiler) Eurolite HID low beam headlights Philips Crystal Vision Ultra Bright White high beam headlights (H11 CVS2) Momo (Race Evo shift knob, Gotham racing pedals) Sparco Chrono seats Roadwire leather seat covers (f/r) Philips LED lighting Buy the Supercharger here: http://www.ct-engineering.com/ProductLineup/HondaAccord/HondaAccordSuperchargerPackage/tabid/961/Default.aspx CT Engineering has developed a Supercharger Kit for the TL/CL and Accord that increases power by 40 to 60 horsepower at the wheels depending on the model of car. The Supercharger uses a “Eaton-type” design that provides consistent Boost and compresses the intake charge efficiently with a minimal increase in the intake air temperature. This combination provides almost instant Boost that increases low and midrange torque for excellent throttle response. The kit is complete with cast aluminum Supercharger manifolds, all mounting brackets, fuel pressure regulator, Ice Box air intake, all necessary hardware and is designed to provide excellent breathing. The kit requires no major modifications and the car can be easily returned to stock. Let's be clear up front: the 2012 Accord V6 is no slouch out of the box thanks to its 3.5-liter V6 that produces 271 hp. So, with an impressive powerplant already in place, the guiding principle for Team PASMAG for this build was to crank up the performance and enhance the car's winning style at the same time with an awesome Supercharger. Some of the same partners that collaborated on the Remix Civic Si remain and new ones stepped forward. Under the hood, a CT Engineering Supercharger pushed peak horsepower well beyond 300 horses with a Magnaflow stainless muffler and custom stainless Exhaust allowing the fumes to escape quickly and with a throatier sound. The focus then turned toward enhancing the Accord's muscular look. Team IAC applied Frozen Grey paint with black trim to provide some contrast and style. A HFP body kit along with Eurolite HID low beams and Philips Crystal Vision Ultra Bright high beams also found their ways onto the car, which features a 20-inch Vossen VVS-CV3 alloy wheels with a matte black machined finish and Kumho rubber sized 245/30 and 275/30 in the front and rear, respectively. The chassis received some attention as well thanks to fully-adjustable BC Racing coil-overs. The front brakes have been replaced with a Rotora big brake kit, which features six-piston calipers clamping down on 15-inch two-piece slotted rotors. Team PASMAG chose to enhance the driver-oriented, performance feel of the Remix Accord 2.0 interior with some sharp style upgrades. The front and rear factory seats are covered with Roadwire leather seat covers while Momo contributed a shift knob and a set of its Gotham Racing pedals. Eurolite LED lighting is installed throughout the cabin, which has been geeked out by the Geek Squad experts at Best Buy in Toronto. Augmenting the OEM stereo is a JBL GTO1004 four-channel amp featuring variable electronic crossover and bass Boost. Driving some serious bass is a 10-inch Bazooka BTA10100FHC Amplified Basstube while JBL P660C 6.5-inch two-way components and a set of JBL GTO628 6.5-inch speakers surround the occupants with sound. BTAH provided all of the necessary cabling and hookups for constant power and true fidelity sound along with Dynamat sound deadening to optimize the acoustic experience. JBL (GTO1004 600 Watt four-channel amplifier, P660C 6.5-inch two-way component speakers, GTO628 6.5-inch two-way loudspeakers) Bazooka BTA10100FHC 10” Amplified Basstube FAST-9999 BTAH cables AC Audio SOME-4 line output converter iConnects USBCK1 USB car charger kit Dynamat 19405 Xtreme trunk kit Stinger SSCAP1M one-farad capacitor with digital voltmeter




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