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Old 04-25-2017, 03:07 PM   #15
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Wow that's juicy. But you figure a stage 2 GTI is 260/310 and 500-600 pounds lighter...

Not sure what kind of mods are available for that motor though. Would be narly if someone slapped a supercharger on that thing. Kudos for Honda for still offering it in a 6 speed manual too.
The 6-speed coupes are 3,400lbs. But the 9th gen v6 coupes are probably reallll close to stage 2 gti power. I didn't get a chance to see what they could do from a roll but my guess would be neck and neck.
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Old 04-26-2017, 02:19 AM   #16
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Even a full bolt on+tune Honda Accord isn't going to pull on a Stage 2 car that is properly set up
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Old 04-26-2017, 06:52 AM   #17
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Even a full bolt on+tune Honda Accord isn't going to pull on a Stage 2 car that is properly set up


I don't think this is true because a full bolt accord can run 12's. Only way a stage 2 will crack 12's is with 100 oct and gutted
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Old 04-26-2017, 06:24 PM   #18
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I don't think this is true because a full bolt accord can run 12's. Only way a stage 2 will crack 12's is with 100 oct and gutted
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Even a full bolt on+tune Honda Accord isn't going to pull on a Stage 2 car that is properly set up
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Wow that's juicy. But you figure a stage 2 GTI is 260/310 and 500-600 pounds lighter...

Not sure what kind of mods are available for that motor though. Would be narly if someone slapped a supercharger on that thing. Kudos for Honda for still offering it in a 6 speed manual too.
My GTI dynoed at Stage 2 258 hp/283 tq at the wheels. Assuming those numbers for the accord are at the crank, and the weight/gearing difference, you should be able to make quick work of a v6 Accord.
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Old 05-11-2017, 11:34 AM   #21
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These Accords are quicker than that. They are dyno'ing at around the same hp as us at stage 2 and they are 100% stock. We do have much tq but if you don't have the traction to put it down... forget about it. We do weigh less but not 5/600 lbs less... more like 2/300
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Old 05-11-2017, 11:35 AM   #22
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My buddy has ran a newer sti and beat it and a challenger RT and beat it (rolls on hwy) and it's a bone stock accord coupe
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These Accords are quicker than that. They are dyno'ing at around the same hp as us at stage 2 and they are 100% stock. We do have much tq but if you don't have the traction to put it down... forget about it. We do weigh less but not 5/600 lbs less... more like 2/300
Oh yeah, if those numbers are at wheels, then yeah that makes sense. Plus I'm sure those extra 2 cylinders give it better top end than our Ko3's do.
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Old 05-11-2017, 12:10 PM   #24
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Yea whats funny is that the 9th gen Accord V6 coupe beats the hell out of a 9th gen full bolt (full exhaust, intake, e-dyno tune) Si and the Accord is 100% stock.
My buddy has the Si and his girl has the Accord and I've witnessed the Accord pull on the Si. Doesn't seem like many people know how quick these Accord's are.

I then went against the Si and pulled on him too... I didn't get to run the Accord tho... I'm really thinking it would be neck and neck... stock 9th gen Accord V6 coupe vs full bolt mk6 gti. The Si owner now wants an Accord lol.
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Old 05-18-2017, 03:31 PM   #25
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Oh yeah, if those numbers are at wheels, then yeah that makes sense. Plus I'm sure those extra 2 cylinders give it better top end than our Ko3's do.
I've been on the stock k03 map since I bought my 12 in 2011.. I have lighter suspension, tires, and wheels (well balanced.) I recently had the pleasure of rolling with 9th gen v6 Accord and it couldn't completely pull away from me up to 100+ mph. If I ever feel the need to go stage 2, I would easily be able to edge one and with the k04 just run away.
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I've been on the stock k03 map since I bought my 12 in 2011.. I have lighter suspension, tires, and wheels (well balanced.) I recently had the pleasure of rolling with 9th gen v6 Accord and it couldn't completely pull away from me up to 100+ mph. If I ever feel the need to go stage 2, I would easily be able to edge one and with the k04 just run away.
Its kind of crazy to me that you even kept up being that your on the stock tune. Do you have any performance mods like an intake or downpipe or anything?

Was the accord an automatic? I hear automatic accords are considerably slower due to its longgg gears.
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pretty heavy car if you ask me. probably not geared toward acceleration that well either. add in a soft cushy suspension and you have a slow car.
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pretty heavy car if you ask me. probably not geared toward acceleration that well either. add in a soft cushy suspension and you have a slow car.
True for the automatics but the 9th Gen Accord coupes with the 6-speed manuals are surprisingly quick.
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