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Old December 30th, 2004, 04:02 PM   #1
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Dyno of '01 Acura Integra Type R

The guy right after I dynoed yesterday had an '01 ITR. The only power mod (he did have suspension work) was a carbon fiber short ram type intake.

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Old December 30th, 2004, 04:08 PM   #3
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kind of low output for ITR, it sould be around 165-170.
this is kind numbers would be more inline with GSR
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Uh oh. They switched motors at Acura while you got the oil changed.
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kind of low output for ITR, it sould be around 165-170.
this is kind numbers would be more inline with GSR
I noticed that too. I think this particular dyno is a tad low. My car dynos about 8-10whp lower than a similar stock Accord, same with that ITR.
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?? thats it?? dam thats same as a 6th gen auto but the 6th gen will have more tq
wow. so who would win?? 6th gen or ITR??
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Uh, you're not being serious, are you? lol

Check the weight difference and gearing for starters.
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I noticed that too. I think this particular dyno is a tad low. My car dynos about 8-10whp lower than a similar stock Accord, same with that ITR.
Probably dyno and/or other conditions. And I’m guessing it's not SAE corrected either.

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?? thats it?? dam thats same as a 6th gen auto but the 6th gen will have more tq
wow. so who would win?? 6th gen or ITR??
Peak numbers like this don't show which would be faster. Other things like weight, power under the curve, gearing, etc also play a role. And to answer your question: The ITR by about 15 car lengths .



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And to answer your question: The ITR by about 15 car lengths .
Actually, it's more like 10 carlengths, but still, I'd never, ever want to race one in my 6G
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Actually, it's more like 10 carlengths, but still, I'd never, ever want to race one in my 6G
I know but it's still pretty bad. And I would never want to rave one in my 6th gen either. That's just ownage waiting to happen .



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Peak HP racing = a big fat
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DAM!! can our 6th gen beat anything!!
broke azz piece of crap!!
hmmm, if i got up to around 220whp then would i have a better chance??
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On the ITR, did you happen to notice if the carbon fiber intake was an authentic JDM Top Fuel Short Ram Carbon Fiber intake? Those are pretty rare in the US.
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DAM!! can our 6th gen beat anything!!
broke azz piece of crap!!
hmmm, if i got up to around 220whp then would i have a better chance??
Yes

Not all of it, just the tranny (POS) and the engine (lacking low end torque).

Yes you have a better chance with 220whp. The 6th gen AV6 stock is around 155whp.



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if all the cars taht dyno there dyno about 8-10hp lower than normal, thats just the dyno. it must have a heavy roller or something. you have to remember, every dyno's different.
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Yes

Not all of it, just the tranny (POS) and the engine (lacking low end torque).

Yes you have a better chance with 220whp. The 6th gen AV6 stock is around 155whp.
hey plum wats up
ok so how much whp do we need to beat the integra. 220whp is garanteed but wats the minimum??
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On the ITR, did you happen to notice if the carbon fiber intake was an authentic JDM Top Fuel Short Ram Carbon Fiber intake? Those are pretty rare in the US.
Not sure, didn't see a name brand name like 'AEM' or anything on it. I did kinda bulge in the middle and than taper back towards the filter and manifold.
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hey plum wats up
ok so how much whp do we need to beat the integra. 220whp is garanteed but wats the minimum??
Not sure since I'm to lazy to load up Cartest . I'll check sometime this week.



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omg u lazy azz!!
load it load it
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hey hold up, u got a program that shows??
hook it up!!
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For reference my Maxima with 190hp will do about 160 whp on a Dynojet 248C stock consistently. The ITR was rated at 194-195 hp IIRC and it also had an intake. Assuming there was nothing wrong with the car itself, that would suggest this dyno is reading a bit low. Could be a parameter file set wrong, or something else on the dyno.
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hey stevtec how much u think is required whp minimum to beat a ITR??
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hey stevtec how much u think is required whp minimum to beat a ITR??
figure it out yourself

A rough power to weight ratio comparison will at least get you in the ballpark. I'd figure that you'd have to beat the ITR by at least 10% in the power to weight department to make it even given the AV6's crappy gearing and the low-end hole that it can't get out of until 25-30 mph. The rest is just looking up some specs (edmunds.com or hondanews.com) and basic math.

ITR's run high-14/low-15 times stock IIRC, so look at what some of the guys have done with their cars here to run times similar to that all-motor.
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figure it out yourself

A rough power to weight ratio comparison will at least get you in the ballpark. I'd figure that you'd have to beat the ITR by at least 10% in the power to weight department to make it even given the AV6's crappy gearing and the low-end hole that it can't get out of until 25-30 mph. The rest is just looking up some specs (edmunds.com or hondanews.com) and basic math.

ITR's run high-14/low-15 times stock IIRC, so look at what some of the guys have done with their cars here to run times similar to that all-motor.

dam ITR is in the high 14 to low 15's. CRAP!! that means alot of shiit to do to our cars to even come close to that. even with just s/c and stock motor we might not beat it so we need a whole lot os crap.
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Of course they're quick. When you have a REAL Type R badge it's for a reason.
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dam ITR is in the high 14 to low 15's. CRAP!! that means alot of shiit to do to our cars to even come close to that. even with just s/c and stock motor we might not beat it so we need a whole lot os crap.
u dont need a whole lot of crap just modded w/ good shiets and ur set
haha just messing..
w/ all bolt-ons and convert ur 6th gen to stick ..i think u have a mighty good chance of beating an R...i dont have a 6th gen so i'm just guessing..plz dont flame
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