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Old 07-02-2012, 12:35 PM
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Originally Posted by kurisux92 View Post
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60' - 2.7118
1/8 ET - 11.6458
1/8 MPH - 61.2
1000 FT ET - 11.9402
1000 FT MPH - 67.44

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Year - 2010
Model - Fit Sport
Transmission - 5AT

Mods:
Performance - DIY Cold Air Intake, 2.5" Mandrel cat-back, Denso IK22 Plugs
Aero - None
Wheels/Tires(pressure) - TRMotorsport C1 (15x7)/Bridgestone Potenza Pole Position (24 inch diameter, I forget the specific size except it's a 195mm width), fronts at 38 psi, rears at 33.
Weight - Not sure.
Other - Car was on Shell Plus (89) Octane fuel.

Conditions:
Temperature - Not sure, but it was HOT.
Humidity - Not sure.
Time of day - Late afternoon.
Other - Dry and sunny

Since then, I've added a velocity stack after the MAF sensor...All of this was from a dead stop.
I'm curious, do you start off in 1 or 2 on the shifter and work your way up to D or do you just put it in D the entire time?
 
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Old 07-03-2012, 01:49 PM
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Originally Posted by KCTitan View Post
I'm curious, do you start off in 1 or 2 on the shifter and work your way up to D or do you just put it in D the entire time?
1, 2, D? That doesn't sound like a regular 5AT Fit...That sounds like the old 4-speed Automatics Honda had in the 90's and early 2000's. Or maybe the 4AT that was in the early Fits here in the States. Mine has Sport, Drive, Neutral, Reverse, Park. I just put it in Sport and let it do the shifting.

I used to do what you described in my Del Sol (1, 2, D3, D4, D3 being overdrive lock out). I could get away with just leaving it in 1 and going straight to D3, because it would automatically shift from 1 to 2 instead of pinging off a rev limiter (P28A ECU). It had a bad habit of wanting to shift too early from 3rd to overdrive though.
 
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Old 07-03-2012, 04:42 PM
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Here is a pic of my shifter. 2012 AT Fit (Base)
You can almost pretty much drive it like a manual as I said. Starting in 1, working up the rpm, then just shift up the positions to Drive in which the computer takes over for 4th and 5th.
 
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That makes it look like 4th and 5th are both an overdriven gear?

That's really weird. I test drove a 2008 Base (which I hated, it's a miracle I ended up with my GE after that) with that same shifter, and I thought it was a 4-speed because the shifter makes it look that way. I would post a picture of my shifter, but the gate is covered with a manual boot, so it looks like a manual

Mine says from bottom to top, S, D, N, R, P. Does your base model have the paddle shifters? I don't know if the Base model does or not.
 
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Old 07-03-2012, 05:09 PM
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The base does not have Paddle shifters unfortunately.

Only the AT Sports have that (currently). I really wish I would have got an MT sport though.
 
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Okay, that makes sense. You still have the manual shifting capability, just without the tiptronic paddles.

Shifting that way in my old Del Sol was the only way to really get it going on the road. Kinda regret not learning a stick shift until after I sold that car.
 
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Old 05-03-2014, 11:30 PM
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*Bump*

I just want to keep this out in front of me for 2015 Fits. Hopefully, they will be in the mid to low 17's in the 1/4 mile.
 
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Old 08-27-2014, 08:56 AM
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See Signature!

I'm fairly confident I can reach (or barely get to) a 15.9 in the 1/4 mile by the time air temps drop to 55F or lower. We'll see!
 

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Old 10-02-2014, 03:16 PM
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Originally Posted by Myxalplyx View Post
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I'm fairly confident I can reach (or barely get to) a 15.9 in the 1/4 mile by the time air temps drop to 55F or lower. We'll see!
Car: 2015 Honda Fit LX CVT (Automatic)
Mods: Custom PRM Intake, 2" Hi Flow Pro Muffler
Mission accomplished on 10/1/14 at Cecil County Dragway.

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Those are impressive times. Did you ever run the car before doing the mods? What times did you run?
 
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Old 11-08-2014, 01:05 PM
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Originally Posted by Greasyman View Post
Those are impressive times. Did you ever run the car before doing the mods? What times did you run?

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Wanted to take mine to the track just for fun but never did before I traded her.
 
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Old 02-06-2015, 03:04 PM
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Comparisons

I was just comparing our 2015 Fits with minor modifications to some fairly quick small cars.

The 2014 Ford Fiesta ST, 2014 Abarth 500 and 2014 2014 Mini Cooper S Hardtop
Here --> 2014 Ford Fiesta ST vs. 2014 Fiat 500 Abarth, 2014 Mini Cooper S Hardtop: Final Scoring, Performance Data, and Complete Specs

Since I was lucky enough to run a 15.2 but slower mph-wise than the Cooper and Fiesta ST, is it reasonable to say that our cars can hit 0-60mph in less than 7 seconds?
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Enter my 1/8th mile time and trap speed of [email protected] = 0-60mph @ 6.65 seconds.

Abarth: [email protected] 88mph, 0-60 7.0 seconds
Fiesta ST: [email protected], 0-60 6.7 seconds
Mini Cooper: [email protected], 0-60 6.8 seconds
 

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2007 Fit, PRM filter with custom ram air intake, weapon r race header, dc sports exhaust with silencer, UR pullies, r18 throttle body and spacer, denso IK22 plugs, rci front seats, rear seats removed, 1/4 tank gas, 195/44 44 15 too proxies T1R tires.

16.0 at 84 with 2.3 60 ft

With 75 shot nitrous, 920 psi bottle pressure

14.8 at 97 with 2.4 60 ft

 
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Old 08-22-2016, 08:35 AM
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Originally Posted by devmail View Post
2007 Fit, PRM filter with custom ram air intake, weapon r race header, dc sports exhaust with silencer, UR pullies, r18 throttle body and spacer, denso IK22 plugs, rci front seats, rear seats removed, 1/4 tank gas, 195/44 44 15 too proxies T1R tires.

16.0 at 84 with 2.3 60 ft

With 75 shot nitrous, 920 psi bottle pressure

14.8 at 97 with 2.4 60 ft

Congrats on your times! That car is hauling with a 97mph trap speed. The [email protected] is good as well. Much faster than stock.
 
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