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has anyone clocked their 0-60 times? I got about 6.5 for mine, and thats not really acurate i did it with a stop watch and i didn't rev up, and the ground wasn't really level so it could be more or less. But i was wondering what you all got
 

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10 secs... Yeah I tested it when I first got my car, I asked someone next to me to stop watch it when it hits 60mph. But then I never redline it, only to 5000rpm and shift. The car was totally stock then. I might do some testing when the weather is nice...
 

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i have herd that stocked RSX is 8.6 manual not sure about auto maybe 9s and i am suprised that you got so fast 6.8 thats crazy what did you put on it.
with that speed you can beat a stocked FTO GPX model (which pulls around 7.6) and also i think that the DC2R is around that area too not really sure
also zach12985 what type of mods do you have on your car, i seen that you have auto and with this time it looks like a pretty fast auto. :thumbsup:
 

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aem cai, dc sports shorty's, and hks cat back, APEXi VAFC II (which does nothing), and i took out the spare. And my normal time was 7 flat. but just that one time i got like 6.4, maybe just perfect launch, and it was like 40 degrees out.
 

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man those times are way off..........there is an error somewhere..............my fastest stock time was 7.9 - 8.1 range....with my mods the best time i have ever run is 7.5 ( i/e)......and the fastest n/a ss i've seen is spent198 who did the 1/4 in 15.8...... witch is like 7.4 - 7.7 60 time....and he had a racing header: not a shorty.........so you should recheck. cause a decent driver in a type s will run 6.4 - 7.0......your ss is NOT as fast a the type s.......anyways i dont want to open that one up again....just recheck your times
 

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man those times are way off..........there is an error somewhere..............my fastest stock time was 7.9 - 8.1 range....with my mods the best time i have ever run is 7.5 ( i/e)......and the fastest n/a ss i've seen is spent198 who did the 1/4 in 15.8...... witch is like 7.4 - 7.7 60 time....and he had a racing header: not a shorty.........so you should recheck. cause a decent driver in a type s will run 6.4 - 7.0......your ss is NOT as fast a the type s.......anyways i dont want to open that one up again....just recheck your times
Yes, there is definately a problem there. And by the way, I would have run so much better if the damn humidity wasn't at 70 percent! :laughing:

-Carl
 

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I8pp said:
On average, what are the 0-60 times of an auto base only equipped with a CAI, and is there any way we can lower its 0-60 times to at least 6.9-6.7 sec.
You might get those times with a manual base + CAI + Hondata. However, you would probably be lucky to get under 8 seconds with the auto + CAI.
 

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i think the only realistic ( if you think its realistic?????) way you would be able to get under 7 sec with an auto is to go Forced induction or nitrous.......and i agree with URSXY.........if the conditions are right you may be able to hit the 7.7 - 8.0 range..........unfortunately the auto needs a hefty amount of modding to get faster
 

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i think the only realistic ( if you think its realistic?????) way you would be able to get under 7 sec with an auto is to go Forced induction or nitrous.......and i agree with URSXY.........if the conditions are right you may be able to hit the 7.7 - 8.0 range..........unfortunately the auto needs a hefty amount of modding to get faster
yeah well im getting the greddy turbo so that should make my car pretty quick :thumbsup: It may take a while to get the funds but i'll get it eventualy
 
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