b22 peak power

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Asked by Oct 18, 2009 at 11:38 PM about the Honda Civic

Question type: Car Customization

i was just wondering how much power and torque can my b22 (racing cams, oversized pistons, boosted) generate...i cant dyno yet so i really have no idea...and, can my custom AT transmission (twin-blade powerclutch w/overdrive) handle it when i put the pedal to the metal?i dont want to have any repairs and complications...

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if you are going to do that kind of work to any car you will never have it done with no future complications. if you aren't willing to log your a/f ratios and keep up on tuning it, don't waste your money. you're going to blow your engine. as for the tranny... honda makes some of the worst auto trannys in history of auto trannys... buy a stick.

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