OFFICIAL Drag-strip 1/4 Mile Time Thread (Gen X Si Only)

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Ok, since the weather is changing, tracks across the country are opening up. I thought it would be nice to have an "Official" 1/4 mile thread regarding your day at your local drag-strip.

Please use this format when posting: (example)

CAR: 2018 Si Sedan
MODS: PRL Cobra Intake, Hondata +9 psi, Cat Delete
TRACK: Medford Dragstrip , Medford Oregon 1350ft
1/4m Time: 14.31
MPH: 98.5
60ft: 1.9
R/T: .278

Can add pic of slip for extra credit.

Be Safe & Happy Driving!






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We already have a 1/4 mile threads. Don’t need more lol. We need to keep the forums organized.
 
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We already have a 1/4 mile threads. Don’t need more lol. We need to keep the forums organized.
I searched before creating this thread... couldn’t find any Si specific ones... only for the Type R. Perhaps I missed it? If so feel free to delete this mods. And link to the other would be awesome. Thx
 

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There is nothing wrong with having an Si only thread for this. I personally am not trying to compare Si times to all other trims to include the Type-R.
Never said it was wrong, just like things organized. We aren’t comparing. It’s just posting your times. That thread was made for all 10th gen civics.
 
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I vote for keeping an Si-only 1/4 times thread. I dont want to search through an entire thread of all different civic trims times looking for Si times.

Having a thread like this is a lot more convenient.
 

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I agree. Si only times is great.
It is very organized. Si in it's own thread is very organized .
All model combined is very unorganized .
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I agree. Si only times is great.
It is very organized. Si in it's own thread is very organized .
All model combined is very unorganized .
Not sure what buddy was talking about
Yeah we all agree, that’s been established. Enough sputtering, we need more times in this thread not yapping.:yes:
 
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CAR: 2017 Si Coupe
MODS: None
TRACK: Portland International Raceway
1/4m TIME: 14.781
MPH: 94.96
60': 2.300
R/T: .512

Versus Dodge Challenger R/T
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All Seasons or Summer Tires? In Sport Mode? Adjust tire pressure any?
 

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CAR: 2017 Si Coupe
MODS: None
TRACK: Portland International Raceway
1/4m TIME: 14.781
MPH: 94.96
60': 2.300
R/T: .512

Versus Dodge Challenger R/T
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Good job SiX, one of the good time that îve seen for a stock SI!
Question: do you redline each gear to get this time?
 

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Tried to avoid the ''wheel hop" along with letting off a wee bit early on the throttle to avoid rev-hang. More likely it was the dicso music propelling the turbo to sing along.

All season stock tires, sport mode on, traction control turned off (blinking), and short shifted out of first and second. Let it all go in 3rd/4th once it spooled up. As I get used to it, it just gets faster.

Full disclosure: driver weight 145lbs, 1/2 tank of Chevron supereme, and probably need to update my tunes.

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