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Originally posted by Greenfire+Apr 16 2005, 06:25 PM-->QUOTE (Greenfire @ Apr 16 2005, 06:25 PM)
Originally posted by [email protected] 16 2005, 06:20 PM
Originally posted by lo bux [email protected] 16 2005, 05:50 PM
@Apr 16 2005, 04:56 PM
Why dont you raise the rev limiter.

Why? What do you expect to gain from it in an otherwise stock car?

A thinner wallet.
Trust me, Im WELL AWARE of that. I was JOKING. The guy has 2 other threads asking about how to raise his rev limiter, so I was just making a wise ass comment. Read that comment with lots of sarcasm. [/b]
whoa, calm down buddy

My reply was to lance, not you.......

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Originally posted by Blazian@Apr 17 2005, 12:02 PM
i did that before once, but i never messed with the rev limit... it was like 3-4 years ago...i was 17 and driving a 99 civic si it had almost 50,000 miles.. i was racing in stockton,ca on arch... i was racing threw the whole night.. my friend had a 96 black cvc hb b16a squeezing.. we raced CBI's 4 door civc that night i think..

well what happen was that i was racing and i was in 3rd gear and i power shifted into 4th but i miss shifted into 2nd and blew up my first motor...

... i didnt call my parents cause what would that do... just get me more lectures and if your asian you know what i mean by this... lectures and lectures... so i just towed it back home and dealt with it like a man

after i blew it... i took apart the motor finding out that i had water in the cylinders and i found i cracked my block..

if you guys are wondering what happen to the 99 civic..
i sold the car as is to my cousin w/ no motor.

Now he has a fully built b20vtec built by midnight performance

i was young and foolish and i still am
but its fun and i like working on cars
thats been my hobby since i was a kid
That first paragraph isn't even english...

I wish that I hadn't understood the rest.
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