more than 125 hp per hole NA!!

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10,000 RPM in a Honda is crazy.
 

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16:1 compression and requires Q16 116 octane fuel :rofl:

Put this in an Ariel Atom.
 

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Well this makes me want my 2000 civic so back in a bad way. All those ponies in such a light ride.. yes please!
 

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kmiata.com sells entire swap kits to put a honda k-series in a miata.



this engine would be a blast in a 2000lb miata
 

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wonder how much it would cost to do even a 400hp k series.

Considering people spend 10k on FI kits on say a mustang then how much would an engine like this cost?

10k 20k ? :dunno:
Easily $20k.
 

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There's a onetake with a ~300whp NA k25 civic and the guy said it cost around $15k to build it. That's without a dry sump motor, so that's one hell of an expensive motor.
 

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I am a little concerned on their choice of velocity stack, and/or why they have them at all.
Variable system are readily available.
 

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I am a little concerned on their choice of velocity stack, and/or why they have them at all.
Variable system are readily available.
Probably doesn't spend enough time in the rev-range where a variable length intake tract would be worth the expense.

It could also be a class restriction as well.
 

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