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1990 Honda Civic CR-X Si
"...The second recipient of a VTEC engine was the Civic CR-X, n acronym for "Civic Renaissance model X." In 1990, the car received the B16A VTEC, rated at 150 bhp in the European VT model and 160 bhp at a screaming 8,000rpm in the JDM SiR model. It was so good, people considered it a new generation. "It felt like a dream," Kajitani recalled. "Conventional engines in those days could only produce 70 or 80 horsepower per liter. But here we were, being asked to increas..." Continue Reading →
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