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Integra, LS/vtec, N/A, 192whp/148tq, neptune

Postby boosted hybrid » January 5th, 2006, 10:20 pm

Car: Integra LS

Engine: Stock bore, stock sleeve, ls/vtec, 12:1 Cp pistons, eagle rods, oem bearings, oem headgasket, b17a head, ITR valvesprings, CTR cams, FR cams gears, ITR intake manifold, Max Bore 66mm LS Tb, Velocity stack Intake, Megan 4-1 2.5" collector header, 2.5" exhaust, s2000 injectors, walboro 255lph fuel pump, neptune

Tuning on 93 octane:

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Great power from a very OEM build. Skunk2 stage2's or another cam of similar lift/duration would yield ~210whp mark on this engine.
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Postby AllmotorB18c » January 6th, 2006, 9:05 am

nice power for this build...and i bet if he had a much better header it would make a diff. too
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Postby mx621 » February 25th, 2006, 1:26 pm

just saw car go 13.66 @ 104 last night at cecil. very impressed how fast this car is for being a dc. where did all that tourque come from, no wonder its as fast as it is. ran on toyo proxis tires, non drag radial.
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Postby mikeedge » February 26th, 2006, 12:13 am

13.66... pretty nice.. I am hoping to be at those dyno numbers soon when i get my CTR cams and 2.5" header-exhaust!
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Postby Hondatec38 » February 26th, 2006, 8:48 pm

13.56 was it's best time. He has a set of Lenso's and 22" M&H's coming soon. So I think 12's are very possible. Especially since he was cutting 2.1 60ft's. :D Way to go Monkey Mike!
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Postby boosted hybrid » February 26th, 2006, 9:34 pm

Wow, that is really impressive times for his power level and weight of the car. Congrats mike. I need to get my na car out to the track. 8)
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Postby b18bHatch » February 26th, 2006, 11:42 pm

just saw car go 13.66 @ 104 last night at cecil. very impressed how fast this car is for being a dc. where did all that tourque come from, no wonder its as fast as it is. ran on toyo proxis tires, non drag radial.


What tranny was he using? Those are some good times. I cant wait to get my car to cecil :D
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Postby AlphaMike » February 26th, 2006, 11:49 pm

With the 104 MPH, that's more than enough for high- mid 12's.
Congrats to the owner!!!
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Postby mx621 » February 27th, 2006, 12:14 am

hey jeff, is the ls crank responsible for all that torque. seems high for 192whp, which explains the sick times. that thing will fly on a slick. i asked mike if he was spraying on it, he said no, i didnt belive him until he showed me. very impressed with such a simple setup!!
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Postby boosted hybrid » February 27th, 2006, 12:32 am

The Ls crank helps with torque. I have seen about a 5-10 ft-lb gain with the ls crank in NA applications as opposed to the 87mm gsr crank. The velocity stack intake is helping alot with this car, and its ram air through the headlight.
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Postby RiverOtter » February 27th, 2006, 1:31 am

Thanks guys, and once again, thank you Jeff! I am using a USDM Civic Si Transmission. Jeff, I can't wait to see your N/A car. I am going to Cecil again this coming Friday, maybe I will see you there. I can't wait to get those Lenso's!
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Postby blazincrx87 » February 28th, 2006, 10:33 am

are you using the GE ls/vtec kit? if not which one are you using and what is the fitting? -6,-4, or -3??
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Postby RiverOtter » February 28th, 2006, 11:30 am

No, I'm not using the GE kit, my buddy drilled out the dowel ports and he got me the fittings and oil line. 1/8 in. NPT plug, 1/8 in. NPT "T" , -3 oil line. Full Race offers a similar setup for $65. http://www.full-race.com/catalog/produc ... ucts_id=89
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Postby Hondatec38 » March 3rd, 2006, 10:56 pm

Just a little update. The River Otter just went 13.3 on BFG drag radials in 205/50/15 trim. My turbo car was running those times with 300hp! :shock: WTF! Way to go Mikey. Keep up the good work captain.
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Postby boosted hybrid » March 4th, 2006, 12:36 am

Getting better mike! Get the slicks on that thing and cut a 1.6 60 ft and you'll be high-mid 12's no problem.
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Postby Sohc_mshue » March 4th, 2006, 2:32 am

damn nice trap speeds.
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Postby lsvegmatt » May 11th, 2006, 11:07 am

Seen the car go 13.2 last nite mph?... on slicks. whats up man i talked to you last night i have the eg with the lsvtec.. awesome teg running sweet times.. cant wait to see you up there we can throw down and see whats up. i'll have same set-up. lsvtec b18b bottom ctr pistons, stock rods/crank/bore/bearings etc. b17 head no port/polish cutsom 2 1/2 cams, skunk 2 adj cam gears, skunk 2 dual springs retainers. bent 4-1 dc sports header( not 2.5) stock cat, tanabe cat-back, stock im/tb, aem intake, stock inj/rail/reg/fuel pump. 00 si trans clutch/flywheel. non lsd. Untuned no managment, p28 ecu. Should be back on the road by end of may. Congrats dude.. jeff i'll be coming after i get the rest of my stuff together. cant wait to see numbers
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Postby TurboGSR96 » May 11th, 2006, 9:08 pm

Is this the black DC that is loud as hell I always see running at cecil in the 13's?? If so I noticed that alot of your runs your were bogging out, you ever get over that?
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Postby mx621 » May 12th, 2006, 8:38 pm

yea thats him. ben, u have the drag kit on the red gsr right??, if so u better whatch out for mike up in newark, he may take u down. lol
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Postby TurboGSR96 » May 13th, 2006, 6:08 pm

mx621 wrote:yea thats him. ben, u have the drag kit on the red gsr right??, if so u better whatch out for mike up in newark, he may take u down. lol


Drag kit??? Ha.... tell your boy to watch out, there is a new whore in town :twisted:

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