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Featured 2017 Civic Si Instrumented Test Results (0-60, 1/4 Mile) [Car and Driver]

Discussion in 'Civic Si Forum (10th Gen)' started by Pur3MotioN770, Jun 28, 2017.




  1. Pur3MotioN770

    Pur3MotioN770 Senior Member

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    0-60: 6.3s
    0-100: 15.9s
    1/4 mile: 14.8 @ 96 mph
    Roadholding: 0.97g
    70-0 braking: 159ft
    Curb Weight: 2897lbs.

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    9civic10 Senior Member

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    So a smidge quicker than the previous si and a hair quicker than the normal Civic 10

    What was the previous gen 0 to 100mph ?
     
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    0.97g for the skidpad. I wonder how the Sedan would fair.
     
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    Excuse quote mistake..
     
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    9civic10 Senior Member

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    That's a nice gain to 100 . I definitely can see a power difference in higher gears
     
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    good to note - fuel cutoff at 6600 (since I'm used to super high rev'ing honda's), gotta watch this once I'm out of break-in mode.
     
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    That low by any standard, my last v8 reved out to 7200 stock.
     
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    really nice skid pad improvement, Wonder how much of that is better tires.
     
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    Based on the 0-X times, it looks like the jump from 0-50 to 0-60 is about half a second higher than the other jumps. Second gear also maxes out at just under 60 mph - I'd imagine that if a tune could get us to 60 mph in 2nd, we might have a shot at 0-60 in 5.9s.
     
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    With the powerband the way it is stock you'd be better off with a slightly taller wheel/tire combo to effectively lengthen the gears enough to hit 60 in second.
     
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    Did you go by the owners manual for the break in period (600 miles)? I'm in the 700's now and want to start really seeing what she can do, but don't know if I should keep going easy on her for another few hundred miles...
     
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    I only have about 320 miles on it right now. I noticed this fuel cutoff spec from the post above. I have not (and do not) want to test this "feature". :)
     
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    If I went by manuals it would take me 3 months of driving to put that many miles on my car. I do about 11-12 miles a day.
     
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    Sorry about that...sure would have helped if I'd read it right the first time. I thought it said "since" not "once"...oops!
     
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