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14.3 second n/a d?

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Old 02-14-2007, 09:40 AM
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ok a while ago i read about this guy having an eg hatch that ran 14.3 with just like 1700 bucks in parts, i was wondering if any of u knew which thread it is, i cant find it.
 
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For $1700 it better be faster thana 14.3. You can get in to the high 14's with just weight reduction and some slick driving.
 
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i think the primairy question is what D engine did he have? cause i don't think that he would be putting low 14's with a D15B8 for example. but i could be wrong, it would also depend on what parts he bought.
 
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i could see it on practically any D. i bet a ton of time was spent in weight reduction. think about this: 1G JDMD15B, stage 2 cam + valvetrain, port and polish + 3way valve job, tune, weight redux. thats 1k-1.5kgive or take a few hundred depending on the headwork and tune...but around 1k-ishright there. you should be able to hit 14's on that easily. in fact...screw the d15b...you could do it with a z6 or y8 no problem.
 
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Old 02-14-2007, 05:14 PM
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i think he had az6 with the 1700 bucks which included the engine and trans. so i was just wondering if any one knew the link or post.
 
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Old 02-14-2007, 06:50 PM
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http://www.akmee.com/sohc-vtec/remix-14-724.wmv

14.7 at 93mph with 139whp(akmee head package which is around $500

overbore .30 and run 10.5 to 1 pistons, do not run forged pistons or rods run a lightweight combo like aluiminum. that should cost in total around $800 or so.

That leaves $400, Add a good bisimoto header and 14.3 is a joke
 
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Looks like the guy is shifting a little slow also.
 
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