civicpride1986: It is quicker than an Si even with bolt-ons. watch my videos on here, i can
keep up with one with I/E/H and beat Si with intakes all day and that was
on my old tune making 180whp and 185lbs of torque, now am making 190whp. so
it will be worts.
BearsDkills: 213.4 WHP.
popniggers: i saw this on the pro civic.com site, it seems weak on the ex, anyone know
if its good on the Si?
Milorad Zivanovic: How much hp?
uzb: i would like to see the video of this kit on 06-07 si
canosgmk: I see no one responded to you. my currect car, 04 VW Passat has a K03 Turbo
1.8L engine. It really needs the turbo because the car is almost 4k
pounds... I chipped it and have a few other fun mods and Increased my MPG.
Disclaimer: it uses MORE gas when i drive it hard vs stock. So, if you stay
light on the throttle and don't hot dog it, you will see an increase. If
you drive it like the video, your MPG will go down.
giwsaw: yo si te gsno
civicpride1986: It will fit a sedan!
choleaoum: why the freak would you put a b series in a fa?
FSUDELUXE10: nice maggot laugh at 2:15
PRO Civic: Enjoy the video guys!
sleeperjd317: how much would it cost to get it installed?
Jerome Armijo: Exhaust is the only thing I don't like. Pretty fast though.
KRZYBAI: what exhaust did u use????
7immortal7: 220 hp
dingo20: yup arman757 going to end up like that hogan kid who "thought" he was a pro
and stuck his friend in a coma. really professional.
Robert Schmitt: weak
mindsmirror: It looks slow because it has long gear ratios compared to the Si. I have a
feeling that you mated this engine to a short ratio gearbox it would be
quite impressive. The website says this kit makes about 210whp and 190wtq
(!!). So, the engine is outputting similar power levels to other factory
produced 1.8L turbos with basic tuning (Like the VW 1.8L Turbo engines).
Considering how cheap you can get these cars and the fact that it's
probably a reliable setup, I think this is worth looking at.
RANDOM PHASHUN: what type of exhaust is that? that was decent man I diggs, lol the laugh at
the end was funny
mindsmirror: My main point was that people see videos all the time of stupidly fast
cars, but people who have never owned such a car have no clue how much
maintenance is required to keep them on the road. I wasn't saying that this
car is maintenance free. People think to themselves "Why didn't you get
this other car or product for the same amount of money which would have
been faster?" These people do not seem to understand that many of the cars
they see on YouTube are quite expensive to operate.
adamra187: Token asian.
Michigan FunTime: HOLY crap THIS IS SLOW!! my Lude pre boost would eat this easy
kamil511: deffinetly lot fater
neonoxy: what did u put on ur xhaust manifold ? a cover ohhh yeah u need dont forget
to replace ur ecu
allversionaz: Sounds like you have some compressor surge
wenpin3: that's not too bad, exhaust note is cool too.
Nick0202: doesn't seem quicker than a stock Si...could be wrong though
Marcus A.: That laugh was freaking funny, LMAO!
canosgmk: BTW, im buying an 07 4 door EX civic this week. That is why im on this
nateramirez95: crap sucks stick to k swaps or go a built b or even lsv
canosgmk: Is there any videos or proof (long term) that this set up will work with an
auto transmisison? Normally, increaseing that much power, you would have to
change the torque converter and reprogram the transmission computer (in the
VW world, you would). Please let me know. I'm buying an 07 EX 4 door Civic
veltpak6: the R engine is terrible
Dan Lieu: gunshots @ 0:47?
Sam: Alright people look at it this way: a well-equipped 8th gen Civic ran for
around $18k new. The turbo kit is $3200. Si ran for $21k, same as R18 +
turbo, but makes FAR less torque & a little less hp. Spend the same amount
of $ on the Si in bolt-ons as you do for the R18 in suspension mods &
you'll probably have two pretty evenly matched cars with the R18 coming out
a little ahead with the torque.
newrosupcomingsi: yeahh for the full kit it is pretty sick; only thing i would change is the
bov; too soft for me lol
gus738: is it just me or does this feel slow since its turbo'd?
hondacivic501: @myshadowz205 why is it weak?? why? he's being different... instead of
using the si... he went with the r18 as his baseline... originality
brother.. its what you can do with what you got
Jonathon M: I love that r18 pop @ 0:46
phatray: still slow
Amari Maahes: and with saying that... how long can this engine last with 8psi flowing
through it on a daily basis???
civicpride1986: Are you guys blind? this guy is not even steping on the gas all the way,
see where the video is recored, its only about 1/8 of a mile. BTW this car
is pushing around 200whp and 200lbs of torque on 6psi, the R egnine is a
great engine, stop talking crap if you don't know anything about it. I will
post some videos of my ride as soon as i get my turbo install.
sonic911: how much do u think installation would cost
FSUDELUXE10: it will tear up an automatic transmission if you turbo it, stick to natural
arman757: i aint talkin crap but honestly im pretty sure my 94 coupe with just an n/a
z6 swap and dc sports 4-1's is quicker than that. those r series engines
are straight garbage
Amari Maahes: Reason I asked is because if you turbo a civic and want to drive it daily u
cant push heavy psi through it. I wanted to know what's a civics psi limit
like for audi comes with a stock turbo or evo and even subz stock turbo.
Can civic have turbo and still drive daily for years down the road?
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