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Old 03-25-2002, 08:20 PM #22
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Just somethign ive noticed about Jap. cars....they are cheap baseprice....but at base price u only get 4 wheels and a seat...anyone else notice that...
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Old 03-25-2002, 08:38 PM #23
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since when did i/h/e give u 35 more hp? Im thinkn more like 15 at the most there buddy
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Old 03-26-2002, 02:29 PM #24
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do you own a car????

a cat back greddy boosts at least 10 to 15hp no problem. throw on an intake and max it will add is 15hp, max now theres 30 max and throw on some headers and that will cover your 5hp.

now you do the math.
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Old 03-26-2002, 04:47 PM #25
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intake?15? my *** the catback will do u 10,intake 10, and headers 5, so theirs 25, i under exagerated a bit, BUT most people only get 15hp outa i/h/e so that contributed to my answer
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Old 03-26-2002, 07:03 PM #26
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to the kid who said that the s2000 will break .. uhh .. your dumb.

the car is designed from the ground up to be run at high rpm's. its not gonna break if you use the whole rpm range. thats the whole point of having a redline that high. that makes the 6 -7 rpm range that most cars have as a redline prime hp range for that car. i doubt you would drop the clutch at rpms that high though, you would get nothign but wheelspin, to get 0 -60 times like the s2000 can you would prolly drop at aobut 3 - 4 and then gun it from theere shifting at about 8300 or so .. maybe even a lil higher. doing that WILL NOT break that car either .. thats what its made to do.

on the note of celicas though, i own one myself, i nice sweet (lol) 90 cleica St ... ya thats right, 1990 .. haha ..

thing is pretty feggin slwo, but its my first car, so whatever .. im lookin for a diff car .. most likely a prelude or 2 door accord, or i might go suv style and get a jeep or blazer or explorer .. havent decided yet
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to the kid who said that the s2000 will break .. uhh .. your dumb.

the car is designed from the ground up to be run at high rpm's. its not gonna break if you use the whole rpm range. thats the whole point of having a redline that high. that makes the 6 -7 rpm range that most cars have as a redline prime hp range for that car. i doubt you would drop the clutch at rpms that high though, you would get nothign but wheelspin, to get 0 -60 times like the s2000 can you would prolly drop at aobut 3 - 4 and then gun it from theere shifting at about 8300 or so .. maybe even a lil higher. doing that WILL NOT break that car either .. thats what its made to do.
I have read in a car magazine(i have it but don't feel like searching through my large collection) of how they achieved those numbers in the S200 and even they said they would recommend the method they used. And if you do drop the clucth at 3 or 4 rpm you woundn't get the time in the six second range.
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