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Why do the Honda Civic EX take so long to pick up speed?

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Answered 2006-08-11 03:07:12

its a bit heavyer car and it just has four cylinders so it ha a retivaly slower exeleration. replace the stock air intake with a cool air intake. it should give it a 15 hp boost at the lest.

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