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Model Year
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Road Setup
01/05/2009 2:51 PM
02/19/2009 10:35 PM  
Muffler Racing Suspension Racing
Racing Chip Sports Transmission Full Customize
NA Tune None Clutch Triple Plate
Front Tires R3 - Medium Flywheel Racing
Rear Tires R3 - Medium Carbon Driveshaft None
Nitrous None GT Auto - Wing Equipped
Turbine Kit None Limited Slip Standard
Intercooler None AYC None
Supercharger None VCD None
Brakes Racing Weight Reduction Stage 3
Brake Controller Equipped Increase Rigidity Equipped
Setup Item Front Rear Setup Item Front Rear
Spring Rate 9.5 10.5 Stabilizers 6 7
Ride Height 109 114 Brake Balance 3 3
Shock Absorbers Downforce 30 25
Shock Bound 9 8 LSD Init. Torque
Shock Rebound 8 7 LSD Acceleration
Camber Angle 4.0 0.5 LSD Deceleration
Toe Angle 0 0 Nitrous
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th Final Auto Set
3.089 2.158 1.611 1.257 1.027 0.877 4.400 8
TCS Ballast
0 0 1 0 0
This civic gets up and goes for a less than 250 hp car. With it being a FF Car I had the downforce higher than the rear to fish out the rear tires. This is recommended for new drivers who just stated or for thoses advance drivers who is doing the one make races in the honda catergory.
If you have the money used car=$3000, Parts around $45000
You'll need at least more than $50000 for people who tryed to get good racing cars for half the cost in order to save money.

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Have fun
Posted 02/19/2009 10:36 PM Post a reply Quote this post View DjWess's info
This setup is just for people who just want to drive an everyday honda for fun.
Have fun while you race others. If you don't why are you racing in the first place?
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Last on: 12/26/2010
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Updated 02/21/2009 10:11 AM Post a reply Quote this post View brucksport's info
copied your set up, and drove it on autumn ring reverse.....time:1:30.456,,,,,,changed the diff to 1.5way(which is not ideal for the setup) switched off traction control(which is what you use in your setup to mentain traction) time? 1:29.449..traction control holds back the car as it pull throttle when it senses wheel spin. most race cars never use traction control or abs,as it interfears with the drivers inputs and slows things down.....i then swithed to a full custom diff ,,time? was able to rotate much better for corners so cornering speeds were greatly improved...the setup on the diff was initial(10) accel(45) decel(6) if the suspensin was properly sorted you would be faster still
real men drive sideways......
gt4 95.5% complete since 2005....leaving something to do incase i get really board

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Joined: 01/17/2009
Last on: 02/21/2014
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Posted 02/28/2009 11:39 PM Post a reply Quote this post View Brette's info
I dont like this setup very much. I tried it on that Japanese Road course track and it always spun it wheels(cause the TCS was making it struggle through the corner) went of the track or understeered even when accelerating which a FF shouldnt do. I reckon the downforce settings were way too high. Maybe the Ratios could have been made at Auto 10 or 9 to help get more speed and maybe get rid of the Limiter hitting Red all the time when coming out of corners. This needs fixing up i reckon. Crybaby
My Cars:
- 1985 Nissan Gazelle S12 (Drift Pig),
- 1987 Nissan Be-1 w/canvas roof, and a parts car

PSN: Cuddles-X
Joined: 01/17/2009
Last on: 02/21/2014
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Some advice for the setup
Posted 06/30/2011 7:57 AM Post a reply Quote this post View Brette's info
Lately I've been tuning some FF's up. They are really fun when setup right and terrible if not. Something that I realised which made FF's handle better was to keep the rear always inline with the front. As soon the rear let go too far there would be no chance of turning properly at all. A key problem with the FF layout.

Put on an adjustable LSD and play around with it. You should get some better results with this. I've actually been working on a street tuned model of this Civic and using an adjustable LSD helped alot. Also fix your shock and camber settings for this car for an even better setup.
My Cars:
- 1985 Nissan Gazelle S12 (Drift Pig),
- 1987 Nissan Be-1 w/canvas roof, and a parts car
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