Honda Civic Type R K20C1 turbocharged at SEMA

Honda pulled the spreads off its K20C1 box enginer at SEMA, significantly lessening the hassle for enterprising racers wishing to Bolt 306 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque into their track-day weapons of decision. Points of interest on the best way to apply for the privilege to buy one of these powerplants can be found at Honda's Racing Line site. 

Honda Civic Type R K20C1 turbocharged at SEMA




Honda Civic Type R 2017

Honda Civic Type r 2017

Honda Civic Type R K20C1 turbocharged at SEMA

Honda Civic Type R K20C1 turbocharged at SEMA


A price tag of $6,519.87 (in addition to delivery) sounds absolute sensible for an industrial facility new, prepared to-run motor with this sort of unwavering quality and power. Keep in mind, this is the motor that powers the Civic Type R, which is fit for lapping the amazing Nürburgring in only 7 minutes and 43.8 seconds. In any case, before you begin conjuring up that impeccable motor swap situation, realize that Honda won't pitch a case motor to simply anybody.

The Japanese automaker says these case motors are accessible "to U.S. grassroots and proficient racers for confirmed, shut course hustling applications," which implies these turbocharged monsters are not expected for the road. All things considered, we won't be amazed at all the first occasion when we see a K20C1-powered Integra at the neighborhood Cars and Coffee,,,,

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