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Featured Civic Si 192 LB-FT Torque revealed by Honda email

Discussion in 'Civic Si Forum (10th Gen)' started by Rickyg0731, Mar 23, 2017.




  1. Rickyg0731

    Rickyg0731 Member

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    I just received this email from Honda, I'm subscribed to their email list in their page to recieve updates about the Si, and out of nowhere I got this email saying 192 pound-feet of torque. I don't know how I feel about it, I personally wanted something in the range of 220-230, but I'm still going to get it hopefully.

    Previously, Honda had only officially stated that the new Si will have 25% more torque and horsepower than the Civic Touring


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    I just got the same email too! Wondering if someone slipped up and released some info they weren't supposed to.

    Definitely seems a bit on the lower side, but given how things are going with the regular 1.5, I think it'll be good for a lot more power!
     
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    Yeah it really seems to be some leaked info, because it just says that out of nowhere
     
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    Well the write up is talking about torque to get your groceries. Torque which is 192,, it will still probably have at least 220 HP.
     
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    Really reinforces the idea that this is a "grocery getter" after all...
     
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    Hopefully you are correct, im going to buy the car regardless if it is 200 or 220, but it will still be nice to be on the higher end
     
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    Gotta have that extra torque, just in case a street race breaks out on the way to 7-11.
     
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    I was right about my prediction on the power figures.
     
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    Lol
     
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    The CRV's 1.5 has 190/179. At minimum, we should see 203-205 HP in the Si, depending on how they tweaked the ECU.

    For the record, I also think they will wrangle 215+ out of the powertrain.
     
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    So...they're branding the Si as a commuter now? :confused::hmm:
     
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    My Guess is 210-215 HP.
     
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    With the CTR in the top tier for the USDM market, it makes sense from a marketing perspective. Technically, it should have the same DNA/tuning as previous Si's. With a similar gap to its competition (GTI, ST, Cooper S, etc).
     
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    My guess is 208hp. I'd bet money on it lol
     
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