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The Honda Civic VTi & VTiS MB6
Dave posted a topic in Engine & ChassisThis model of Civic has the Double Over Head Cam VTEC engine Fitted. Power output is 169bhp, making it a quick, powerful and practical sporty hatchback. The VTEC system not only makes the car fast and fun to drive, but also makes it reasonably economical when driving normally. Interior wise, the VTi has half leather (full leather optional extra) sports seats (with drivers seat height adjustment), black ash effect dash inserts (carbon effect on later models), air conditioning, rev counter, radio/cassette (CD player and CD Changer both available as options), electric windows all round, tinted glass with built in top tint sunstrip to windscreen, Electric tilt and slide glass sunroof, electrically operated and heated door mirrors, front and rear head rests, rear centre armrest, front arm rest/storage compartment and remote central locking with factory fitted immobilizer. Exterior wise, the VTi also benefited having headlamp washers, front lip/spoiler, colour coded mirrors and door handles, tailgate spoiler, 5 spoke 15 inch Speedline alloys (with an option alloy package of Speedline Chronos or Speedline Fan depending on model year), VTi badging and DOHC VTEC decals on the rear doors. Mechanically, on top of having the DOHC VTEC engine, the VTi also had uprated brakes, with 282mm vented front discs as standard. It also came with ABS, and a 5 speed gearbox with limited slip differential, adding to the driving experience. Safety wise, driver and passenger SRS airbags and side impact beams, plus seat belt pre-tentioners were all standard. The VTiS models had the same spec as the VTi, but came with the VTiS Speedline Chrono or Fan alloys as standard, and also had a deeper front lip/spoiler with vents, sports side skirts, rear lip, unique alloy VTiS gear knob (or silver and black VTiS gearknob depending on the model year), floor mats with VTiS embroidered onto them, and finally a VTiS badge fitted to the tailgate. VTiS models came in Pirates black pearlescent paint only. Additionally, the VTi and VTiS models were also available in Aerodeck models, the specs being the same as the 5 door hatch models. Aerodeck VTi/VTiS model codes are MC2. Here are the full specs for the Honda Civic VTi & VTiS 5 door hatchback and Aerodeck models. EngineType B18C4 Layout 4 cyl in line, 1797cc Max power 169bhp at 7600rpm Max torque 122lb ft at 6300rpm Specific output 93bhp per litre Power to weight 134bhp per tonne Torque to weight 98lb ft per tonne Installation Front, transverse, front-wheel drive Construction Aluminium alloy head and block Bore/Stroke 81.0/87.2mm Valve gear 4 valves per cyl, dohc High cam valve lift In: 239 dur/ 10.8mm lift - Ex: 235 dur/ 9.4mm lift Valve clearances In: 0.006"-0.007" Ex: 0.007"-0.008" (cold) Compression ratio 10.0:1 Cylinder Compression Nominal 220psi, minimum 140psi, max variation 43psi Ignition and fuel PGM-Fi Firing Order 1-3-4-2 ECU P9K-E11 OBD2 (with OBD1 style plugs) GearboxType S9B (Hydraulic) with Helical LSD 1st 3.230 2nd 1.900 3rd 1.360 4th 1.034 5th 0.848 Reverse 3.000 Final Drive 4.266 Exhaust SystemManifold Tubular steel 4-2, 2-1 downpipe with 1.7" ID collector Cat convertor 2" dia / 17.5" long Cat-back 2" dia piping with centre resonator & rear silencer This post has been promoted to an article