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Old 04-10-2007, 09:48 PM
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Default what should I expect... 98 accord h22a4...

well... alright this is the setup Im gettin ready to put in... no it's not much... alright... I have the f tranny... stock clutch... n h22a4... I know it's not much... yet... I wanna get a clutch.. but do think I could run like mid 14s??? Im wantin a 14.6... what could I do to get me there?? I jus wanna 14.6 for now... that would make me happy... I'll work on 12's another day... when I have more money n time... Im not inna big hurry... I jus wanna have that accomplished by the end of summer..

jus let me know of suggestions you have.. thanx
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You'll run about the same times as a stock Prelude, depending on how well you can drive the car.

So expect mid-high 15s all day long.
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f tranny = longer gears = slower acceleration
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You'll run about the same times as a stock Prelude, depending on how well you can drive the car.

So expect mid-high 15s all day long.
But you also got to think of the power to weight ratio, his accord is alot heavier than most of the people on this board that have a 94-97 cd5. but like Crono139 said expect to run mid 15s all day long not unless you get a little bit of head work done.
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But you also got to think of the power to weight ratio, his accord is alot heavier than most of the people on this board that have a 94-97 cd5. but like Crono139 said expect to run mid 15s all day long not unless you get a little bit of head work done.
http://www.everything-honda.co...=5124

Even after taking almost all of the interior, best time was a 14.8 on the track. It comes with the territory.
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hmmm... damn ok... what should I do??? what would help me get a 14.6... I dont have an exaust... but Im not shure thas not gonna cut it... lol the motor only has 60k on it so I'd hate to tear it apart n change things that are still good... but I could also sell em... what do you guys think I should do??? would a port n polish job help ne??? or am I lookin into like cams n stuff... the only thing is that I dont wanna get another ecu... I wanna try to keep it to where the lude ecu will work well for it... cause there's no where close to here to tune my car...
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