Don't look under the hood thats how. I ran this guy at the track yesterday. He had an integra with a Jdm H22a with a revv hard turbo kit. I didn't belive him I thought he was another "ricer" the turbo was, so quiet. I lined up and of course on the launch I took off, but then he started pulling like crazy, then I heard the turbo he was quick He pulled about 2 car leads ahead of me I was embarresed. Then I ran him again and he mishifted thats when I started to brag and I left.Ah M########### I will have to go today to get a slip. -
I lost to a 97 GSR integra when my car was stock. My friend had hearders intake and exhaust. Little did i know my wastgate was stuck open. I guess that would explain why i was only able to hit 9psi in 5th by 4k rpm. He didn't want to race when i put my 16G on even when i am only running 13PSI on the 16G. Go figure
Originally posted by 12secEVO I never lost to an integ....in my Eclipse, racing a GSR with I/E/H, I started off with a bad launch and misshifted going into second...twice..err it just didn't want to go in then.
but I ended up beating the guy by a car length after I got through 2nd and 3rd...
even though I was an idiot and just sucked really bad for some reason
This guy was running about 310 hp to the wheels though man on a 2600 pound come on.
Originally posted by controlled spin This guy was running about 310 hp to the wheels though man on a 2600 pound come on.
ohh...sorry...I wasn't dissing you...I was just sharing my racing against integ story...
an integ with a turbo'd H22a should be pretty damn fast...and I would actually give that guy some respect, apart from the fact that his front wheels just keep spinning...(thats why I'm getting rid of my GST)...but ya...sorry I guess I might have sounded bad...didn't meen to...
Nowadays you cant take any car at face value. Just go to RRE and check out their white crapbox hatch with a 4G63 swap, 3552 turbo and 375+ whp. I drove it, the thing is really scary......yet I couldnt stop smiling. They bought the car for $600. You could win that back at the track easily.
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