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Old 02-05-2018, 10:59 AM   #225
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Hahaha. But how much extra... can it be quantified? Because if it can't be quantified then it can't be true.
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Hahaha.. nice find!
Someones gotta keep this shit positive, before this turns into an argument about the ethics of 4k "cruising", the effect cow farts have on global warming and why they produce more pollution than cars.

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Old 02-05-2018, 12:27 PM   #227
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Good, now put on your jacket and get to the bus stop ...... I see the short bus coming down the street ......


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I like the sound of my FRS engine and I don’t know why so many people love the S2k. I owned an AP2 for 5 years and hardly ever miss it.
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I like the sound of my FRS engine and I don’t know why so many people love the S2k. I owned an AP2 for 5 years and hardly ever miss it.
It definitely has a cult following. Just curious, what do you miss and what do you not miss?
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Just follow the arrow on the GPS tracker I attached to your coat ...... you can do it .......


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Can't believe this thread is still going. I have created a monster!

I got my answer people, stop talking lol
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It can rev all day long with a good synthetic oil, with proper warmup. Just remember when living in a colder climate, let the oil warm up.
Hey, if you guys want to keep arguing, we could "shift" this into a thread about warm-up time for modern cars. That one's always good for several pages of comments.
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Hey, if you guys want to keep arguing, we could "shift" this into a thread about warm-up time for modern cars. That one's always good for several pages of comments.
Well since the normal idle is 600 RPM and the high idle is about 1,200 RPM by your engine will only last half as long if you warm it up.
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Lol I dare not. Someone needs to think of the children
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Well since the normal idle is 600 RPM and the high idle is about 1,200 RPM by your engine will only last half as long if you warm it up.


Good job you’re catching on.

Honda who is known for high RPMs wastes so much time combating the mythical cylinder wear. They use oil jets, carbon reenforced sleeves and molybdenum coating on the skirts. But they’re still notorious for blowby. My old Integra drank one qt per day after about 200k miles. Obviously it had nothing to do with high RPMs. I mean there is no wear involved with metal rings sliding along another metal surface. Doubling the number of passes will literally not add any additional wear.

The FA20 has none of the precautions Honda takes so we are in better hands. Go ahead, sling your hearts out.
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