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B20a vs B16A G2 (sir II)

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Old 12-20-2006, 10:00 PM
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B20a vs B16A G2 (sir II)

I have a buddy that just bought a B16A engine for his 93 civic, and hes been going on for days saying his car is faster then mine. I want to take him up on the race but thought I'd get some feedback just in case I get spanked miserably lol So my b20A vs his B16A? only mods for our cars ia a Injen CAI, and and AEM CAI.

what you guys think?

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You wont get spanked.
It's very close i have to say.
B16 SirII, is not bad, but eventually it runs out of breathe..

I ran a '00 Civic Si with the b16a.
I won twice, but not by much.
(This isn't me)


JDM b16a: 160hp/110tq.
JDM b20a: 145hp/127tq.

It's very close, but if you're a good driver with bolt ons, I/H/E you will win(depending on *). Your tranny in the Lude(d2j5) has far better gear ratios, assuming your friend is using the stock Civic tranny...*
edit: stock for stock, pretty interesting...

But sorry, no bench racing allowed.
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