went from a 40 roll and we each had a passenger
RSX: I/RH/E/IMG/RBC/kpro street tuned
stage 4 clutch/ LSD/ lightweight flywheel
and other stuff that doesnt really matter in a straight line haha
Acura RSX's Z1 vs Honda Civic 07 Z3
this is both my friends ride...The acura RSX type S 05' model Z1 engine so u dont get it twisted...hez basically bone stock a few mods here n there wont get to specific. the other is my friends 07 Civic SI wit ofcourse some cosmetics work and wat not, has a real nice Exhaust and what not (loud ass fuck)...as for the video...well WATCH IT if you havent already. since some1 asked where this was at it was in miami, fl richmond heights area
350z vs G35 2nd gear pull
Return trip from WEKFEST, camera 350z stock plus Injen CAI pulling from 2nd gear vs slammed g35 HKS Exhaust, Jwolf pop charger, not sure what else.
Turbo RSX Type S vs Supercharged RSX Type S
My 480whp turbo RSX against a 300whp supercharged RSX
Supercharged RSX was tuned with Nitrous @ 340whp but ran out of spray midway in the 2nd run. First run he was not spraying however.
First run we started in 2nd gear, and you can hear me just spinning until I catch mid way in 3rd lol
2nd run I had him start just before me while in 3rd gear.
Final pull by me at the end was in 3rd gear as well.
Acura RSX Type-S rolling start to 85ish.
Not the best rolling start but meh. 2003 with AEM V2, Megan shorty header, megan downpipe (which is busted), and custom borla Exhaust. Bought it modified with 48k. Clutch is a little finicky too.
06 S2000 vs 03 RSX Type S
S2k(stock) vs. RSX Type S (intake, buddyclub race header, buddy club pro spec Exhaust, buddyclub spec 1 cams, hondata kpro ems).
Raced from 50mph pull to 110mph. (Slightly uphill race)
(stock vs stock,the s2k will slowly pull away from the rsx)
DIY: 2002 Acura RSX Type-S SeaFoam Part 1
Seafoamed a 2002 Acura RSX Type-S with 82,000 miles on the engine.
=Be sure the car is up to operating temperature.
=Disconnect the brake Booster line at the brake Booster, ensuring that the line is still conneted to the intake manifold.
=Pour 1/3 of the Sea Foam into a cup.
=Slowly allow the hose to suck up the Sea Foam (becareful to not let the engine stall)
=After its all sucked up, put the hose back and shut off the car.
=Wait 15-20 minutes
=Start car up, rev the engine up and down for several minutes to help loosen up the carbon.
=Finally take a spirited 15-20 minute drive to clean out the rest, being sure to keep the revs high to clean out the carbon.