Featured First 10th Gen Civic to Hit 12s in the Quarter Mile!

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  1. procivic

    procivic Senior Member Elite Sponsor

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    In case you missed it, Ososik's FlashPro E85 powered 2017 Civic Si recently ran a 12.9 in the quarter mile! As far as we know, this is the fastest 1/4 mile time out of any 10th Gen Civic. Here is a quick list of the power related modifications he did to achieve this:

    Hondata FlashPro with new E85 flex fuel system and tune
    Injen Intercooler / Pipes / CAI
    RV6 Downpipe
    Clutch Masters Full Face Ceramic Clutch
    Hasport Rear Mount
    Torco SR-5 Motor Oil
    Sticky Tires

    That's it! I've said this so many times, but each time I see a new result like this, I'm amazed again at what this 1.5L turbo motor can achieve with fairly light modifications. I mean, to get this kind of power and 1/4 mile time before, you'd normally have to spend quite a bit (supercharger, full NA build, etc.).

    He's also running . See his full post here: http://www.civicx.com/threads/ososik-300-hp-updated-software-updated-power.17262/

    Here's the video:

     
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    He also had a downpipe, confirmed that with him. But nonetheless, awesome!
     
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    procivic Senior Member Elite Sponsor

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    Oh thanks, I overlooked that. I'll confirm which one he was running.
     
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    No problem, I think it was the RV6 catless downpipe.
     
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    Yes, it was. Just updated the specs on the first post.
     
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    Wow! Makes me want to trade in my 2.0!!
     
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    Tires probably aren't street legal, and the differentiating factor vs other folk's times aside from atmospheric conditions.
     
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    Of course they aren’t. It’s a drag strip, a place where you should be running slicks to get your best time.
     
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    Much thanks for sharing this video. I didn't realize the Hasport rear mount is what elimated the wheel hop problem. The Type R guys are experiencing this in a bad way. He mentioned that he wasn't sure if the CVTs get this. The answer is a big YES. Yes we do get wheel hop. I eliminated this on the strip by dropping my tyre pressure down to 28psi. No more wheel hop and better 60ft times but of course you shouldn't be driving around at 28psi though. May have to pick this modification up.

    Congrats again and thanks for the whole video this time. I'm planning to be in the mid/low 13's after doing similar modifications to my CVT, on street tires.
     
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    awesome
     
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    Where is the first 10sec TypeR ?
     
  12. 17CivicTypeR_Brian Aiming for 400whp out of the TypeR.

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    Running faster than the TypeR's currently...although one of the MoTEC TypeR's should achieve this pretty soon I'd think...

    Is this Si full interior? Awesome work to the owner/builder/driver!
     
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    Full interior. I’m going to guess the current Type r that Vit owns with the MoTEC ecu will do low 12s, possibly a 11.9-11.5, will need slicks and a downpipe.
     
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    The R is going to have the same problem as the 1.5, fueling is going to max before he maxes the engine. Gonna need more fuel.....
     
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    Nice! MoTEC apparently supports simultaneous port injection so it's just a matter of getting an intake manifold made with injector ports!

    Once again, how does the 600hp RallyCross Honda Civic address fuel concerns? Not sure if anyone here has been able to get intimate with one of them but it either has bigger DI injectors or it pairs with port injectors. Also possible, but doubtful, is a Throttle Body or Charge Pipe injector like an F-MAX turbo kit of the late 90's...
     
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