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there was actually a factory G1 sedan turbo...if you believe that

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LEGEND Ti EXCLUSIVE V6TURBO MODEL DATA

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Engine 2.0 L V 6 24-VALVE+PGM-F1 < TURBO >

Type V 6ti EXCLUSIVE

Car name * type HONDA * E-KA5

Transmission Full electronic control (PGM) 2WAY 4th gear automatic

Total length (m) 4.690

Full-width (m) 1.695

Total height (m) 1.390

Wheel base (m) 2.760

Tread (m) before / the rear 1.475 / 1.455

Roadspace (m) 0.150

Vehicle weight (kg) 1,420

Riding in a car fixed capacity (name) 5

Size inside passenger compartment (m) length / width / height 1.945 / 1.435 / 1.125

Engine type C20A (turbocharger attachment)

Engine type * number of cylinders Water cooling V type 6 cylinder horizontal ranging (unrelated premium gasoline specification)

Combustion room type Pen To roof shape

Valve gear SOHC belt driving inhalation 2 exhaust 2

Entire aerodynamic volume displacement (cm 3 ) 1,996

Inside diameter / distance (mm) 82.0×63.0

Compression ratio 9.0

Fuel feeder type Electronic fuel injection system (HONDA PGM-F1)

Fuel pump type Electromotive system

Fuel tank capacity (L) 68

Lube capacity (L) 5.5

Lubricating system Force system

Ignition device type Full * transistor type battery ignition

The highest output (PS/rpm) net value 190/6,000

Largest torque (kg-m/rpm) net value 24.6/3,500

Fuel consumption rate (km/L) 10 mode travelling 8.8

Fuel consumption rate (km/L) 60km/h fixed area travelling 16.9

Minimum turning radius (m) 5.5

Braking braking distance (m) time of initial velocity 50km/h 14.0

Clutch type 3 element 1 step 2 phase shapes (lockup clutch attachment)

Transmission type Regular gearing shape

Transmission operation method Floor * change system

Speed change ratio 1st gear 2.764

Speed change ratio 2nd gear 1.500

Speed change ratio 3rd gear 0.972

Speed change ratio 4th gear 0.707

Speed change ratio 5 speed -

Speed change ratio retreat 1.904

Deceleration ratio 4.714

Leader type Rack & pinion system (power-steering specification)

Tire (before / after) 195/65r 15 90H

Type * type of main brake Before the vacuum boost ceremony: After the ventilated disk: Hydraulic type disk
Actuating unit and braking wheel The right 1 wheel of 2 systematic ceremonies ago - the left 1 wheel before the rear left 1 wheel - the rear right 1 wheel
Braking effort control unit type Proportioning device (skid control)
Suspension system (independent suspension) Double wishbone system (before / after)

Stabilizer type Torsion * bar system (before / after)
 
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I'm surprised that the G1 Turbo came in a sedan automatic and not a manual coupe :confused:. Seems like people that would have wanted to buy a beast legend like that would have wanted to be more sporty. Either way, I bet that its a pretty cool car.
 

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some may not know this, but honda currently makes turbo cars in japan. but there just lil communter mini vans and mini cars haha. like 1.3 liters and such. and at this year HOT IMPORT NIGHTS in Seattle, there was a lil crew of old school 70's civics and cvcc's and one hb, had a jdm turbo motor in it.

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Zol said:
some may not know this, but honda currently makes turbo cars in japan. but there just lil communter mini vans and mini cars haha. like 1.3 liters and such. and at this year HOT IMPORT NIGHTS in Seattle, there was a lil crew of old school 70's civics and cvcc's and one hb, had a jdm turbo motor in it.

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Yup, people always wonder why they put turbos on all these tiny motors over here...
Bascially, it's because the larger your engine, ie literage/cc's, the more you have to pay in yearly road tax. [Take it from me, I know having two 3 liter cars which were 19,000 yen each] So they produce tiny tiny engines and place turbos on them to pep em up a bit.
 

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Has any one got more pics or info on this car?
I heard a rumour that they also did a twin turbo restricted to the JDM market, any one know if this is true?
Imagine a twin turbo!!!! seeeeeeeeeyaa!
 

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Bringing this thread back from the dead… :)

Anyone know how much boost the c20a-t ran stock? Did anyone ever try to find out what these engines were really capable of?

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... whoops, guess this is old new. my bad
 

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hey guys this is an ancient thread and probably old news but i just bought a turbo sedan the other day.

By specs quoted and what i worked out, they run about 6.2psi standard, and i've received much advice against trying to make it faster, as the turbo system and turbo itself is quite fragile.

some pics in this thread
http://www.acura-legend.com/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=63394
 

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No, the G1 Turbo Sedan was in fact 2.0L. It was the C20A "Wing Turbo" Legend Motor V6.

It had around ~188-190hp out of that 2.0L. It was created for tax reasons in other parts of the world. There is a 2.5L engine but it is NOT a turbo. The 2.5 (C25A) belonged on the 1986-1987 Legend Sedan I believe, which produced somewhere around 150hp, before the 2.7L (C27A)engine was released with 161hp. To further add I belive some of the Mid-90s V6 Accords (96-97?) also used the 2.7L Legend Engine but rated at 171hp or so (possibly due to emissions changes).

The 2.7L TT motor is a Rumor, never seen, just talked about.
 

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I can't find a link to the advertisement, but I'm pretty sure that
Honda made a 2.5l turbo coupe in Japan for a year.

I recall reading that on the old legend.org forums about four years ago ;)

k.h.
 

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Yup, people always wonder why they put turbos on all these tiny motors over here...
Bascially, it's because the larger your engine, ie literage/cc's, the more you have to pay in yearly road tax. [Take it from me, I know having two 3 liter cars which were 19,000 yen each] So they produce tiny tiny engines and place turbos on them to pep em up a bit.
nice facts bout that :) always wondereed why the japs were so into the small 4 cylinders or even 2 cylinders by mazda... i love my 8's and i love my 3.2L coupe... something about the 3.2L that makes piss... porsches uses it.. m3 E36 uses it.. audi TT usess it... and a lot of other high peformance 6 use some sort of a 3.2L :) thats jus my opinion... soon to be twin turboing my car!!! insperation from the dude n this site
 
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