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Submitted by: Anonymous       Ticketed: Comments: 21 (Read/Post)
When this guy hits the gas the license plate bolts can't even keep up. In other words, SUPA FAST YO!

Make/Model: Honda Civic   Posted by: Trooper


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#1 5-09-2005 @ 10:15:43 AM
Posted By: 427 Vette Reply | Edit | Del
Looks like some sort of bug with that wing.

#2 5-09-2005 @ 01:10:43 PM
Posted By: Slow Joe Crow Reply | Edit | Del
And the top of the door is popped from the high speed slipstream like Car & Driver's 200+ mph Firebird, NOT!
Plus note the classic riceboy mistake of alloys on the front and steels on the rear.

#3 5-09-2005 @ 02:10:58 PM
Posted By: Gearcat Reply | Edit | Del
He should have the steelies in front to offset the weight of the spoiler and mufflers. He can probably pop wheelies and throw sparks with the mufflers.

#4 5-09-2005 @ 02:45:00 PM
Posted By: moparornocar Reply | Edit | Del
#3, how exactly, do you pop wheelies with a front wheel drive car????lol

#5 5-09-2005 @ 04:24:10 PM
Posted By: IH8RICERS Reply | Edit | Del
#4, in reverse

#6 5-09-2005 @ 06:53:31 PM
Posted By: The Original OldsKoo Reply | Edit | Del
The back end looks like it's about to fall off.

[Edited by The Original OldsKoo on 5-09-2005 @ 06:53:57 PM]

#7 5-09-2005 @ 07:15:05 PM
Posted By: Gearcat Reply | Edit | Del
#4, If he drives fast enough and hits a bump, the down force on that HUGE spoiler will lift the front end ... just a theory.

#8 5-10-2005 @ 12:19:10 PM
Posted By: Slow Joe Crow Reply | Edit | Del
#3, The steelies go on the front on real FWD drag racers because the taller sidewalls on the stock rubber "wind up" and give a better launch, the alloys go on on the rear to save weight, riceboys usually get it wrong.And while we are atit , I will vent my pet peeve, A2 jettas with round headlights.

#9 5-10-2005 @ 05:03:17 PM
Posted By: Gearcat Reply | Edit | Del
#8, I know that about the steelies going in the front. This one isn't a real FWD drag racer. My post about the front lifting off the ground because of the heavy spoiler was a joke. Duh.

#10 5-10-2005 @ 07:44:52 PM
Posted By: Subourbon187 Reply | Edit | Del
Hmmm, a ricer not knowing anything about car styling, I'm totally flabbergasted.

#11 5-11-2005 @ 07:02:41 PM
Posted By: IloveV8s Reply | Edit | Del
#10 hahaha... you said flabbergasted.

Ricer Checklist:
atleast 1 stupid "premium" wheel check
expensive wing check
expensive fart cans dbl check
some sort of mismatched hood check
not spending 25 cents for a plastic bolt to keep his license plate straight check

he passes... it's rice.

[Edited by IloveV8s on 5-11-2005 @ 07:03:35 PM]

#12 5-12-2005 @ 02:13:51 PM
Posted By: rice_reaper Reply | Edit | Del
that has to be the stupidest car I have ever seen. I wonder what it sounds like?

#13 5-12-2005 @ 08:16:20 PM
Posted By: 99neon Reply | Edit | Del
Probably like a swarm of bees like most ricers.

#14 5-12-2005 @ 09:04:43 PM
Posted By: Gearcat Reply | Edit | Del
#12, like a chainsaw!

#15 5-18-2005 @ 12:57:37 AM
Posted By: DanTheMan Reply | Edit | Del
wow, dual exhaust on a four cylinder...too bad its not truely possible

#16 5-18-2005 @ 06:31:19 AM
Posted By: Sensekhmet Reply | Edit | Del
#15, Oh? It's not possible to hook up two cylinders to one pipe?
Anyway... It's still rice.

#17 5-18-2005 @ 12:09:47 PM
Posted By: Slow Joe Crow Reply | Edit | Del
#16, Due to firing order and exhaust scavenging issues the optimal exhaust header setup on a 4-banger is 4 into 1, or 4 into 2 into 1 (tri-Y) which is the same basic setup as 1 bank of a V-8. You can make a 4 have dual exhausts, but it usually involves a Y section in the tail pipe, or for the lazier riceboys a dummy exhaust tip (ideal for mounting the speaker for your turbo blowoff sound effect). Also while my techie hat is on I will note that motorcycles with inline 4's and dual mufflers usually use a Y section after the collector to allow duals for either greater noise reduction or styling symmetry.

#18 5-18-2005 @ 03:09:59 PM
Posted By: Sensekhmet Reply | Edit | Del
#17, OK, I get it. Actually I wondered why Fiat 127 Sport (1300cc on big carb, 75HP) that my father once owned exhaust manifold was a 4-2-1 setup.
How about V6 double exhausts? 3 into 1?

#19 5-19-2005 @ 01:17:36 PM
Posted By: Slow Joe Crow Reply | Edit | Del
#18, That's the basic idea, triples or V6s would use 3-1 or sometimes 2 ports in a 2-1 joined to the third as a sort of 3-2-1 depending on firing order and cam timing. Also many dual setups incorporate a balance pipe (also called crossover or H-pipe) to even out the exhaust pulses, and/or to reduce noise. Exhaust design is still something of an art, espcially 2-stroke expansion chambers.

#20 5-19-2005 @ 04:07:29 PM
Posted By: Sensekhmet Reply | Edit | Del
#19, Don't laugh (I'm from the other side of the world so i don't know much about muscle cars) but I think some dual exhaust cars had exhausts that criss-crossed at one point?

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