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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-18-2016, 03:16 PM Thread Starter
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10th Gen Civic 1.5T vs 9th Gen Si With Dyno



Hondata recently published a dyno run for the 2016 Honda Civic 1.5T with CVT transmission to see how much power it actually makes. Itís actually a bit hard to get the true horsepower of the Civic EX on a CVT dyno since the engine RPM and driveshaftís turning speed canít be matched exactly at a ratio of 1 to 1 but Honda programmed every CVT to behave like a 5 speed manual transmission so thereís no power loss when shifting.

On their first dyno pull, the 10th gen civic gave them 177 HP and 190 lb-ft. The torque is a bit higher than what Honda published (174 HP and 162 lb-ft) but that may be due to the fact that Honda generated their numbers from an engine dyno.



The Civicís peak boost is 14 psi at around 4,700 PRM and it holds between 13 and 14 psi to gear shift.



When you compare the power and torque curves of the 9th gen Si and 10th gen civic turbo, youíll see that the Si has more power than the turbo but the turbo has more torque.



So who would win in a drag race?

Even with the EX in normal drive mode instead of sport, turning on economy mode, and equipping the Si with an experienced drag race driver, the Si still lost both times to the EX. The results could have been different if they were to race for more than 1/8th of a mile.

We may see a new dyno from him in the future since Hondata did mention that they would like to put a 2016 Honda Civic 1.5T with a non CVT transmission to the test when it does come out. The six-speed 1.5T Honda is working on should be coming out later this year so we could be seeing a new video from Hondata around that time.

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Assuming the Si is in 5th - why is the mph vs rpm so far off? At 7191 rpm the wheel speed should be almost 129 mph not 118.
Wheel roller slippage?

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LOL, was fun to watch the driver in the Si, so called professional who shifted 1200rpm below the shift point. Looks likes Hondata wants to promote the 10th......I like them a lot but come on folks........
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So the final drag race was rigged?
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I like the new Civic (took Honda a while to build a cool one again); but I like My VW Beetle R-Line better.
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post #6 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-23-2016, 10:16 PM
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Thanks for posting up the video comparison. It was very interesting.
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