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|13th November 2008, 18:58||#31|
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a)---->when you detune using compression and timing (as is typically done for low octane fuel) you lose both power and torque
b)---->If you don't detune, when how and why do you get 'possible loss of torque'. Dont detune means same power and torque as the JDM market.
|13th November 2008, 21:42||#32|
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If Honda gets into small car segment, it will force competitors to improve
quality and reliability to compete, win for customers. plus honda cars r generally fun to drive, hence entry segment will get get better cars.
Go Honda !!!!
I use to own Honda City here in US and it as so much fun to drive,
used to push car to limits on turns and felt confident doing that. I also had
camry during same timeframe, that felt like boat compared to civic.
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