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Old 01-29-2011, 12:13 PM
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so how many miles has your 2nd Gen gone?

so how many miles has your 2nd Gen gone?
i saw a pic today of a 99 3.2 makeing it to 200,000 miles.
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126k here, but i think fsttyms1 is going on like 400k or something stupid/high
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i just broke 146k i bought it with 141k
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coming up on 108K.

but what does that video have to do with the thread topic? you finally create a seemingly normal thread and then you ruin it by derailing it yourself
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coming up on 108K.

but what does that video have to do with the thread topic? you finally create a seemingly normal thread and then you ruin it by derailing it yourself
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Is the OP allowed to derail his own thread?
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lol... just wanted to post the question but i was looking if anyone had any second gen cls and tls races. blaka blaka blakaa
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it just shows how cl-s owners treat there automatics.
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is it really a problem with the tranmission or is it the drivers raggin on it? i figured if you use ss then that would damage it more?
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115k. and ss does not damage the transmission by itself. it's often assoc with transmission failure because people usually use ss to beat the crap out of the car.
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115k. and ss does not damage the transmission by itself. it's often assoc with transmission failure because people usually use ss to beat the crap out of the car.
but then again my tranny actually probably lasted longer, because i was using SS, and for the most part it never went into 5th (which was worn out basically when i took it apart)
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It just reached 190,000 last week.
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Just Turned into 171,000K got it with 52,000K so basically its all Highway Miles. 2nd Transmission, Basic Bolt Ons.

Oil Change every 3500K w/ Mobil 1 "EP" 5W-20.
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so soria got the most miles outta of soo far. winner should get a free acuzine sticker. still havent seen any. i sure theres a section for that tho. i wish they would of made it a dohc instead of a sohc probably would of sounded better and put down more power.
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a dohc 3.2
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so soria got the most miles outta of soo far. winner should get a free acuzine sticker.

we already know who the winner is. he just hasnt posted yet
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It just reached 190,000 last week.
Miles, that is.
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so soria got the most miles outta of soo far. winner should get a free acuzine sticker. still havent seen any. i sure theres a section for that tho. i wish they would of made it a dohc instead of a sohc probably would of sounded better and put down more power.
sounded better, not really probably would have been same cam specs, as now, so the same power as now (but they might have been able to raise redline some due to a lighter valvetrain, so maybe increased power)

BUT

it would have more then likely have accelerated the aftermarket support that we are just getting now, because in most people eye's DOHC means more power (not completly true, but yes easier to achieve max power though, through aftermarket tuning, due to being able to play with valve overlap and such [compared to a SOHC, where you need a new/different cam, compared to just loosening some bolts up])

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we already know who the winner is. he just hasnt posted yet
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Sounds Illogical tough, Have never anyone thinked about swaping the NSX Heads into the J32. To make it a DOHC?

IF by anything just for the sake of doing it, There must be better AND cheaper ways to make the J32 Powerful but it would be Nice to see something like that happening. Just like the J Swaps for Integras and Civics it isnt the smartest choice but its kinda Unique.
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Hit just over 60K miles.
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Sounds Illogical tough, Have never anyone thinked about swaping the NSX Heads into the J32. To make it a DOHC?

IF by anything just for the sake of doing it, There must be better AND cheaper ways to make the J32 Powerful but it would be Nice to see something like that happening. Just like the J Swaps for Integras and Civics it isnt the smartest choice but its kinda Unique.
completely different motor first of all, so maybe possible, but might be easier to just machine your own heads then

and powerful SOHC's are possible, look at the Corvette, it only has one cam for both banks, and still uses push rods (it a matter of optimizing cam profiles, before you actually grind the cam)
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How about $$$$, It would be cheaper to Make our Own DOHC Heads than finding a way to addapt the C32 Heads into our J32 Block? I Mean someone already put the Jackson Racing S/C into our J32, Nothing seems Impossible after seeing that monster...

It would be amazing to see something like that happening.
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It'd be amazing but freaking complicated... designing and engineering a brand-new head, and that's before you get to the electronic stuff... how would you incorporate VTEC?
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mine's a little over 221k. i will take photo later
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It'd be amazing but freaking complicated... designing and engineering a brand-new head, and that's before you get to the electronic stuff... how would you incorporate VTEC?
or i-VTEC (and no the accord hybrid one does NOT count)
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Another one of these threads...man, i'm at 204k 99TL here with og transmission.
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or i-VTEC (and no the accord hybrid one does NOT count)
What about the Odyssey?
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221k. ya i guess we tend to see that the newer models are affected by the recall? i guess its probably how you take care of it really when it comes down to it. driving conditions and stuff im sure is a factor. as for that i was told pretty much all j series stuff is interchangeable just like B series stuff but im guessing it just depends. if you can bolt on a 6 speed tranmission from the newer models onto a j32a2 then why cant we swap the heads??? also i seen I-vtec Swaps being put into accords anything a accord can get a tl can get i figure! would be sick to have a k series turbo Tl- type s
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