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Oh we in here TODAY. Will see how it goes.

And looky here...an Si is next to me. Hope we get to race. Maybe they got a PRL big turbo kit. Tags say they are from New York.

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How'd it go today?



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How'd it go today?
Not that great for me. Was running 13.9-14.1. Reflashed and ran a couple 13.8s @103mph. I'm running no faster on Boostane (and Boostane tune) than I did on straight 93 octane. Actually, I am running slower. Back to the drawing board of tricks.
 
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I apologize if I sound disappointed. Running 13.8s in a Honda with a CVT transmission is friggin' fantastic. If I never went faster then this , I'd still be completely happy.

I keep chasing for that extra 1/10th though. I can almost taste a 13.2-13.3 run (Rather a couple 12.9s). It's just something in me.
 

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I apologize if I sound disappointed. Running 13.8s in a Honda with a CVT transmission is friggin' fantastic. If I never went faster then this , I'd still be completely happy.

I keep chasing for that extra 1/10th though. I can almost taste a 13.2-13.3 run (Rather a couple 12.9s). It's just something in me.
;););)
 

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Not that great for me. Was running 13.9-14.1. Reflashed and ran a couple 13.8s @103mph. I'm running no faster on Boostane (and Boostane tune) than I did on straight 93 octane. Actually, I am running slower. Back to the drawing board of tricks.
Nope...just go back to your Race Fuel.
And if you really want to improve the number you’ll need to go with SLICKS and the thin Rear wheel set-up as all the tuners use on theirs.
 
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Hate to be a Debbie Downer, but I'm pretty sure these GoKarts would smoke all of our Civics. Cool off topic video nonetheless.

 
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Not that great for me. Was running 13.9-14.1. Reflashed and ran a couple 13.8s @103mph. I'm running no faster on Boostane (and Boostane tune) than I did on straight 93 octane. Actually, I am running slower. Back to the drawing board of tricks.
Are your more recent runs with hotter ambients? I figured your trap speeds might nudge up a little if nothing else. This talks a lot about tire inflation and how to determine if yours is optimal for launch. The thumbrules are for slicks/drag radials... but the procedure for doing a burn out and reading the tracks should be universal. Might be worth looking at since staying on all season tires is killing you off the line... that and pedal dance CVT burnouts have got to be fun to try. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.racingjunk.com/news/2014/12/30/proper-tire-pressurization/amp/
 

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Are your more recent runs with hotter ambients? I figured your trap speeds might nudge up a little if nothing else. This talks a lot about tire inflation and how to determine if yours is optimal for launch. The thumbrules are for slicks/drag radials... but the procedure for doing a burn out and reading the tracks should be universal. Might be worth looking at since staying on all season tires is killing you off the line... that and pedal dance CVT burnouts have got to be fun to try. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.racingjunk.com/news/2014/12/30/proper-tire-pressurization/amp/
I've ran a couple of runs in cooler ambient temps (40-50f range). My IAT and IAT 2's are always pretty good (withing 10F of Ambient) most of the time. I noticed after getting home from testing that the tune I would be testing on would have zero timing advance on the Boostane tune. Late last year, I switched from having a version 1 Ktuner (The old, OLD Ktuner) to a Version 2. It seems that it has something to do with my maps being switched around when I leave the Ktuner hooked up while starting up the car versus me connecting it after the car starts up. I notice with the V2 hooked up, the map would automatically be switched to map 3 however, I'm not sure if this is the same tune on map 3 as when the Ktuner is not hooked up.

It sounds confusing, I know. Just know that when I check my datalogs when I get home, my timing advance is at zero in all rpms, in every gear and I be running the high 13's/low 14 range. My 93 octane tune has pretty aggressive timing advance and my Boostane tune even MORE timing advance. On all my slower runs, that is not what I saw in my datalogs. I need to be better prepped at the track and fully understand when and when not to hook the Ktuner v2 up for datalogging, so my maps don't get switched around and screwed up.
 

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I've ran a couple of runs in cooler ambient temps (40-50f range). My IAT and IAT 2's are always pretty good (withing 10F of Ambient) most of the time. I noticed after getting home from testing that the tune I would be testing on would have zero timing advance on the Boostane tune. Late last year, I switched from having a version 1 Ktuner (The old, OLD Ktuner) to a Version 2. It seems that it has something to do with my maps being switched around when I leave the Ktuner hooked up while starting up the car versus me connecting it after the car starts up. I notice with the V2 hooked up, the map would automatically be switched to map 3 however, I'm not sure if this is the same tune on map 3 as when the Ktuner is not hooked up.

It sounds confusing, I know. Just know that when I check my datalogs when I get home, my timing advance is at zero in all rpms, in every gear and I be running the high 13's/low 14 range. My 93 octane tune has pretty aggressive timing advance and my Boostane tune even MORE timing advance. On all my slower runs, that is not what I saw in my datalogs. I need to be better prepped at the track and fully understand when and when not to hook the Ktuner v2 up for datalogging, so my maps don't get switched around and screwed up.
Yeah. All that map switching stuff... plugging in vs not... is what I asked that my TSP Stage 1 just have the 24.5# map be in map 1 position that starts by default. I don't want to fumble through maps to get the hot map selected. If I don't want 24.5#... I'll not push down on the gas pedal quite so far.
 
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Yeah. All that map switching stuff... plugging in vs not... is what I asked that my TSP Stage 1 just have the 24.5# map be in map 1 position that starts by default. I don't want to fumble through maps to get the hot map selected. If I don't want 24.5#... I'll not push down on the gas pedal quite so far.
Smart move! I have absolutely no use for any other maps than the max maps to be honest. :) The drivability is just better all around.
 

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We were curious what kind of times everyone was running, but had a hard time find anything. Let's put together a thread for everyone to post 1/4 mile times to help push this platform even further!

To help avoid repetitive questions and keep things concise, we ask that you post the following:
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Track name and elevation is a plus!

We have put together two lists (Stock Turbocharger and Upgraded Turbocharger) as of 11/5/19. If we left anybody/anything off the list or have any information incorrect or dated, please let us know, as this was not our intent. We encourage the community to keep on pushing this platform and providing data! :thumbsup:

Upgraded Turbo
10.80 at 131.56 MPH
  • @MAPerformance
  • Vehicle: 2017 Civic Si
  • Mods: K Tuner V2 (custom tuned), MAP prototype turbo kit Garrett gtx3071r, MAP catback exhaust – race, MAP prototype port injection adapter, MAP prototype port fuel injection line kit, MAP intercooler w/ MAP charge pipe kit, Walbro 525 w/ MAP prototype install kit, Prototype MAP ported head, MAP custom head studs, Brian Crower valve springs, Clutchmaster FX725 twin disc, Fortune Auto 510 coilovers - custom specs, MAP 8th gen civic Si small brake kit, Eibach rear camber arm, Whiteline rear toe arm, Goodridge brake lines, Belak 15x8 Beadlock front wheels w/ M&H slicks, Belak 17" skinnies rear w/ Mickey Thompson skinnies, AEM EMS4 ECU, Hasport engine/trans mounts, Acuity adjustable shifter, Acuity shifter cable bushings, MAP prototype staging brake kit, MAP prototype flex fuel kit, MAP oil cooler kit. Stock shortblock

10.85 at 131 MPH on low boost
  • @PRL Motorsports
  • Vehicle: 2017 Civic Si
  • Mods: KTuner (custom tune by Denis Howell at PRL Motorsports), VP MS100 Unleaded Race Gas, Zex wet shot nitrous kit jetted for a 100 shot w/ supplementary fuel system using Ignite e90, Built engine w/ CNC Werx CSS cylinder block, Brian Crower connecting rods, JE 73.5mm 10.3:1 compression pistons & Brian Crower valvetrain, stock camshafts, stock valves and stock port head, Stock transmission, Clutch Masters 725 Race twin disc clutch, PRL Motorsports Big Turbo Kit w/ GTX2860R GEN2, .86 A/R turbine housing (keep in mind this is the smallest turbocharger available with our kit) w/ catless downpipe, PRL Motorsports 3” exhaust dump, PRL Motorsports Cobra CAI w/ Race MAF housing, PRL Motorsports FMIC w/ upgraded charge pipe kit, PRL Motorsports front pipe, Stock struts w/ D2 lowering springs, Fast Brakes single rotor front brake kit, Belak 13×9 front wheels w/ 8.7/25×13 M&H slicks up front and Belak 15×4.5 skinnies w/ 4.5/25×15 Mickey Thompsons, Removed passenger seat, rear seats air conditioning and sunroof w/ Aerospec carbon fiber filler, 617.62 whp and 520.53 ft/lbs tq
  • Track: Keystone Raceway Park
  • Elevation: 1200 feet

11.233 at 126.38 MPH
  • E-Man
  • Vehicle: 2017 Civic Si
  • Mods: MoTeC, PRL Motorsports Big Turbo Kit w/ GTX2867R GEN2, PRL Motorsports front pipe, flex fuel kit, Saenz Performance connecting rods, retrofitted CT-R clutch, modified CMC, brake swap, 15” wheels/slicks

11.534 @ 123.06 mph
  • @l15b7allturbo
  • Vehicle: 2017 Honda Civic Si
  • Mods: Stock engine, 27Won turbocharger, PRL Cobra Race intake, PRL catless downpipe & front pipe, Hondata 4-bar MAP Sensors, custom flex fuel kit, Prometh meth injection kit, E39 + meth injection, 35 PSI tuned by Vit Viper, Type-R retrofit clutch, modified clutch master cylinder, 15 inch slicks, modified brakes for slicks

11.868 at 117.98 MPH
  • @OsosikMedia
  • Vehicle: 2017 Civic Si
  • Mods: Hondata FlashPro (tuned by Daniel Butler on ethanol), 27Won W1 turbocharger, PRL Motorsports downpipe & front pipe, Injen intercooler, Injen intake, brake swap, M&H slicks, HAspor mounts, Seibon carbon fiber hood

12.435
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  • Vehicle: 2016 Civic CVT
  • Mods: Hondata (custom tune on e85), billet compressor wheel upgrade, downpipe, front pipe & catback exhaust, intercooler and charge pipe upgrade, custom short ram intake, slicks

13.340 at 107.88 MPH
  • @xjoshuax89
  • Vehicle: 2017 Civic Sport Touring
  • Mods: KTuner V2 (tuned by Derek Robinson on e85), 27Won W1 turbo upgrade, PRL race downpipe & front pipe, PRL flex fuel kit, PRL intercooler, Greddy SP catback exhaust, 27Won rear motor mount, BC Racing BR coilovers, Continental DWS06 tires


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12.46 at 109.03 MPH
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  • Vehicle: 2018 Civic Si
  • Mods: KTuner (MKC Tuned on e85), PRL CAI, PRL intercooler, PRL downpipe & front pipe, Greddy SP catback exhaust, passenger seat removed

12.578 at 107.92 MPH
  • Mike Christie
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  • Mods: KTuner (TwoStep Performance Stage 2 Flex Fuel tune by Derek Robinson), PRL Motorsports Cobra CAI, PRL Motorsports downpipe & front pipe, PRL Motorsports intercooler, Flex Fuel, slicks

12.885 at 110.33 MPH
  • @Gonzo_Si
  • Vehicle: 2017 Civic Si
  • Mods: Hondata FlashPro (tuned by Daniel Butler on e85), PRL intercooler, FKXRacing downpipe & front pipe, custom catback exhaust, PROCivic Flex fuel kit, ClutchMasters FX400, HASport mounts M&H slicks

12.927 at 104.5 MPH
  • @OsosikMedia
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  • Mods: Hondata Flashpro (custom tuned), e85, M&H Tires, HASport mounts, Wilwood BBK, ClutchMasters FX400, Injen Intake, Injen Intercooler, M&H Slicks

13.1435 at 108.77 MPH
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  • Mods: PRL catless downpipe and front pipe combo PRL CAI PRL FMIC @KTuner ClutchMasters FX400 clutch D2 Springs Tuned by Denis Howell at PRL Motorsports and @VitViper at Vit Tuned. Stock exhaust, stock turbo, stock engine.
  • Power: 280 whp and 330+ tq on e30.
  • Track: Keystone Raceway Park
  • Elevation: 1200 feet

13.436 at 106.93 MPH
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  • Vehicle: 2018 Honda Civic EX Hatchback (CVT)
  • Mods: Myxal SRI – PRL Cobra CAI w/ Race MAF, Si Turbo Inlet, Si Turbo, Depo Racing Intercooler, 3" PRL Downpipe, 3" PRL Frontpipe, 3" Injen Catback Hybrid with 2.5" Xlerator Big Turbo Max Muffer (Model 6424), **Custom Tune with two gallons of HP100 unleaded fuel**

13.708 at 103.26 MPH
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  • Vehicle: 2017 EXT 6MT
  • Mods: AF Dynamic CAI/Ktuner V2/e25 Vit tune/245 khumo all seasons RV6 catless downpipe
  • Power: Before DP, 235/282

13.912 at 98.11 MPH
  • @bahndrvr
  • Vehicle: 2017 Civic Si
  • Mods: Ironman 215/40/17 crap tires on light Rota wheels, Hasport 62a, Redline 360 2.5” DP/FP, Cobra Race, KTuner with TSP Stg1

14.10 at 100.8 MPH
  • @UberCivic
  • Vehicle: 2016 Civic EX-L CVT
  • Mods: Stage 2 KTuner 21 PSI calibration using 87 Octane

14.189 at 98.62 MPH
  • @Pumpkinking85
  • Vehicle: 2017 Civic Si
  • Mods: TwoStep Performance Stage 1 tune, PRL Stage 1 intake, muffler delete, Boomba rear engine mount

14.214 at 98.51 MPH
  • @NeoDragons
  • Vehicle: 2016 Civic EXT CVT
  • Mods: Hondata (tuned by Derek Robinson), PRL catted DP/FP, PRL CVT Cooler, PRL FMIC, PRL CAI, General AS-5 tires
  • Track: Guam International Raceway

14.223 at 101.32 MPH
  • @Pur3MotioN770
  • Vehicle: 2017 Civic Hatchback Sport 6MT
  • Mods: VitTuned W/ Ktuner on E30 Blend, PRL Silicone Hose, AFE Dry Flo Drop-In Filter, Greddy Supreme SP Catback, PRL Front Mount Intercooler Kit.
  • Power: 237 HP
  • Track: Royal Purple Raceway
  • Elevation: 10' Above Sea Level

14.228 @ 101.82 MPH
  • @D-RobIMW
  • Vehicle: 2017 Civic Si sedan
  • Mods: PRL "Stage 1" intake, KTuner (my mapping) 93 octane
  • Power: 236hp / 280tq on my dyno
  • Track: Cecil County Dragway, Rising Sun, MD

14.507 at 96.29 MPH
  • @SiX
  • Vehicle: 2017 Civic Si
  • Mods: KTuner calibration
  • Track: Portland International Raceway

14.6 at 93 MPH
  • @JC671
  • Vehicle: 2017 Civic Si
  • Mods: KTuner

14.7 at 96 MPH
  • @cmack118
  • Vehicle: 2017 Civic Sport Touring
  • Mods: Hondata +6 CARB calibration with Greddy SP catback exhaust system

15.828 at 91.03 MPH
  • @SonicBreezerST160
  • Vehicle: 2017 Civic Sport Touring
  • Mods: Hondata FlashPro and MagnaFlow catback exhaust system

16.101 at 74.56 MPH
  • @chad168
  • Vehicle: 2016 Civic Turbo CVT
  • Mods: Stock
Eman should of been added to the #1 spot on the stock turbo list
 
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Eman should of been added to the #1 spot on the stock turbo list

Running almost 113mph trap speeds on stock turbo? That's impressive!
 

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Running almost 113mph trap speeds on stock turbo? That's impressive!
Well it is Eman lol. Everything the guy does on his 2017 Civic Si is impressive.
 

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CAR: 2018 Si Sedan
MODS: Modified Mishimoto intake, resonator delete, Vibrant muffler, JB4 +9 map
TRACK: Thunder Valley Raceway Park, Noble OK 1,079ft.
1/4m Time: 14.10
MPH: 101.35
60ft: 2.3
R/T: .675

Note, this was on the stock all-seasons.

First run of the day was against my buddy's Type-R. He had second gear lockout, so I took the win on that one.

Best run of the day I ended up against a GTR. Ouch, haha.

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13.436 at 106.93 MPH
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  • Vehicle: 2018 Honda Civic EX Hatchback (CVT)
  • Mods: Myxal SRI – PRL Cobra CAI w/ Race MAF, Si Turbo Inlet, Si Turbo, Depo Racing Intercooler, 3" PRL Downpipe, 3" PRL Frontpipe, 3" Injen Catback Hybrid with 2.5" Xlerator Big Turbo Max Muffer (Model 6424), **Custom Tune with two gallons of HP100 unleaded fuel**
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During this 1/4 mile run, I had the stock front pipe and stock exhaust. Everything else is correct. Thanks!
 











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