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Old 03-05-2008, 06:44 PM
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got a honda accord 2002 v6 with 3.0L how do i make it faster? turbo or supercharge?

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Old 03-05-2008, 08:34 PM
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drive it off a cliff....I'll bet its terminal velocity is greater than 150MPH
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Whatever you do, just know that last month I replaced a motor in n '03 accord. The pistons/pieces in the oil pan rendered it useless. They're not cheap. Have fun...
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got a honda accord 2002 v6 with 3.0L how do i make it faster?
Ayuh,...... Drop in a 350 SBC.....
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Old 03-06-2008, 06:38 AM
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yea tie a tow strap to it and put the thother end of it on a CHEVY that'il make it move
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yea tie a tow strap to it and put the thother end of it on a CHEVY that'il make it move
Amen! To that my friend!
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Check this out, over $6000 to go 14.7 in the quarter LOL
http://www.hondatuningmagazine.com/f..._v6/index.html
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put a fart can on it, you'll get an extra 40 MPH out of it-- and annoy people at the same time!!!

seriously, you are getting all this guff because this is a hot rod sight, tuners are not hot rods. find a tuner forum and ask your question for some serious answers---



OR stay here and buy a real car/hot rod!!!
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Check this out, over $6000 to go 14.7 in the quarter LOL
http://www.hondatuningmagazine.com/f..._v6/index.html
lmao

yeah man I dont think anyone on a high schooler's budget is gonna get a Honda Accord to go fast....It's still a pretty nice car so why don't ya sell it and go get
a camaro or a firebird or somethin like that......even an LT-1 would be a major
upgrade from a 3 liter V6, much less an LS motor.
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Wow, you'e taking a beating here! To answer your question, which nobody has taken time to do, given the small engine, go with a turbo. Roots superchargers take power to spin, turbos are free, efficiencey and engineering has come a long way over the years.

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I wouldn,t modify that car.We replace quiet a lot of transmissions on the 1998-2002 accords and vans.If I had one I would change the trans fluid every 15k or at least every 30k.(It just take 3 quarts of fluid.)And I might add a CAI.(One that would not pick up water)
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