800+ HP Turbo Honda Civic Dyno - Dynamic Performance X ESR
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Chhoung Seng: Less money and go fast that's why I like Honda
Vang Yang: Bad assss. Now that is where Honda gets its name. Strong, just go stronger.
HONDA for life. Like that civic bro. Tight. Now all u have to do is Eat,
Sleep, JDM for live.
Ramon Garcia: What intercooloer is that?
Trendliners: 836 HP from a B series engine?
Cody Something: Holy crap.
Matt Vue: Love the look under the hood bro
Shombie Dixon: wooooow...That Downpipe
334cobra: THAT is what I couldn't figure out!!! THANK YOUUUU!!! :D
T-Pow: DAT torque!
jonzyfilms: they look so weird without slicks
carlitocacf: Good job,car makes incredible power while looking good.props
Richard William Guilmette: /watch?v=cRU2lDCSfBU, you see the airfilter connected directly to the turbo
(air side) and the exhaust manifold connected to the turbo on the other
scroll of the turbo.
bpl0807: Dear Santa...
334cobra: ok...I know how a turbo works, and how it's connected...all the way up to
the point AFTER THE INTERCOOLER...where does the pipe go to after the
334cobra: ahhhh!!! so the "air intake" side of the turbocharger is the "new air
intake" side of everything???
chris woody: my dog was sitting at the side of the screen at 10 seconds in and jumped
off my couch and ran XD
Kristopher Pruett: Sick seeing the motor actually vent through the catch can !!!
WorksProductionFilms: wooo god damn
Jeffrey P: Thats just fu#king insane!
Richard William Guilmette: yes!! :D
JDMreck: I love it
chris1234391: there are 7,8,9 second civics out there on the 1/4
Big B: What's with the front exhaust? This is new to me, I'm curious
334cobra: yes, but after the intercooler, where exactly does the pipe go to? is there
even an air intake anymore, or does the pipe after the intercooler go
straight in the intake manifold like the air intake would go?
Manuel Sanchez: Holy crap all i gotta say
Daniel villatoro: freaking killing it at dp
Richard William Guilmette: the turbo does not go into the intake manifold, not before going through
the intercooler. on this car there is no air intake, but it would be
connected to the turbo. A turbo is 2 turbines connected by a ''clutch'' one
turbine has air in it (from your air intake) the other has exhaust gases
straight from your exhaust to spin it.
AokieDesigns: That crap is a monster.
Lawrence Pearson: camera guy got scared
Richard William Guilmette: the cooled compressed air goes into your intake manifold and is mixed with
gas, then into your combustion chamber, combustion! then exhaust gases spin
the turbo that sucks air in from your air intake, pushes into the
intercooler and round and round we go.
nthusiastt: Three words: Haters gonna hate.
Richard William Guilmette: yes its from the intercooler to the intake manifold. The air intake on
turbo cars is linked to the actual turbo. On this car there is no air
intake because it is a race car, but it would be connected to the turbo (in
the middle of it, its the round area in the middle of the scroll). I would
check out some (How do turbos work) videos if you need more info.
210gnx: I just came.
Etienne Reyes: what a waste of time and money.... its a 4 cylinder and its front wheel
drive. mad respect though didnt think there was a such thing as a fast civic
334cobra: where does the t with the compressed air go into the intake manifold
though? and does your air intake still suck up air as well?
Roscoe Dickhertz: Three words: Wrong Wheel Drive.
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Chhoung Seng: Less money and go fast that's why I like Honda Charly Rca: Alguien me puede decir el tipo de herramienta que utiliza y los nombres del
kid, el material que usa como se llama.
Carlos de Buenos Aires Argentina. MegaAlexc123: Why do people have a problem with trying new things out. I got the demo,
it's awesome. fredneck4x4: Very cool Elitepresshd: Damn that but but bike is expensive, I want a mountain or road bike that
cost less than 1 grand licklemissmonkey: BEAUTIFUL GIRL! Etherium Sky: @Fronika- (yt won't let me reply to you directly! annyoing). I would love
to and have been thinking much about visiting and filming in
Israel/Palestine. In fact, i met with the director of the Palestinian film
'5 broken Cameras' last week (look it up, he tells a pretty impressive
story, he was nominated for an Oscar last year) and I felt even more moved
by his story, making me want to do something even more. But really it
comes down to funding. It's not enough for me to just show up and shoot,
the conflict there is pretty complex and in fact my knowledge of it is
somewhat minimal. Nonetheless, if any opportunity comes up, i would
certainly love to visit, to film, to get to know the people and stories