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Old 11-12-2003, 10:42 PM   #1
 
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Default 92-95 Civic si tranny vs 92-95 civic cx,dx,vx tranny is it all the same?

let me know
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si tranny has closer gears then the rest.
si would be your best bet to mate on any d series
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Old 11-12-2003, 11:09 PM   #3
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no way. Si tranny is by far the best. VC and VX suck *** because of there 3.25 final drive. DX tranny isnt bad.

Si
1 3.25
2 1.9
3 1.25
4 .909
5 .750
FD 4.25

DX
1 3.25
2 1.762
3 1.172
4 .909
5 .702
FD 4.058

CX/VX
1 3.25
2 1.762
3 1.066
4 .853
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Default Re: 92-95 Civic si tranny vs 92-95 civic cx,dx,vx tranny is it all the same? (Downey)

http://home.cinci.rr.com/mistab0ne/tranny.html
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si is def best.

dx isnt the worst, but still the si is alot better,
even more than just the final drive,

punch in the numbers here http://nonsense.netfirms.com/cgi-bin/speed.pl
and you'll see the si/ex top speed is way lower than the dx,
this is good, because it'll get up to that speed way faster
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Good the see my links being offered, thanks guys.
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The DX transmission is much longer than the EX, and the VX/CX is even worse. I did some calculations, at 7200 RPM here are your shift points with respective transmissions (using 195/50/15 tires, stock tire size):

CX/VX Transmission:
46 - 85 - 140 - 175

DX/LX Transmission:
37 - 68 - 102 - 132

EX/Si Transmission:
35 - 60 - 91 - 126

The gear ratios were taken from Mista Bone's tranny page. Emerika stated that the EX transmission shaved 7 tenths of a second off of his quarter mile time in his hatchback, you DEFINITELY want to get the EX transmission
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i've gotten a cx tranny put into my d16z6 and it feels like **** it feels like a cx motor. i hate it im thinking of getting a new z6 tranny or a Y8 whats better ?
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But hell yeah...

Mistabone's site ROCKS....

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