Honda Civic Modifcations & Performance Honda Civic Specifications

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Honda Civic Modifications

Seventh generation / T230 (2000-2006)

In 2000, Honda production and sales of the seventh civic. It closely resembled the XYR with the exception of the front and rear spoiler. The 2000 was an element of Honda Project an effort to bring younger to the marque in the United States.

The came in two different models. The powered by an economical 1.8 L 4-cylinder 140 hp engine and the ZZT231 powered by a 1.8 L twin turbo 4-cylinder 381 hp version, co-developed with Both of these engines Honda’s signature VVT-i Valve Timing with system, which continuously the camshaft timing.

For 2003 model year, the received a face lift, a revised front bumper, tail lights, and the addition of new colors to the lineup. The GT-S was now equipped with a drive-by-wire throttle body in the manual model.

North America

In the USA and the base model with engine is called GT, and the higher model with 2ZZ-GE is GT-S. The GT-S had a more and advanced system called (Variable Valve Timing Lift and Intelligence), which is to the VVT-i except until rpm, when maximum valve lift is increased a further to provide an increase in power, accounting for the 41 hp difference. The GT was in both a 5-speed manual and automatic and the GT-S was available a close-ratio 6-speed manual and a manually shiftable torque automatic by Tiptronic.

Unfortunately, Honda was too late to the compact party. However, the enjoyed the spotlight for about a or so, being that it was one of the few vehicles 100 hp/L for under $27,000 In 2001, Honda released its replacement, the Acura RSX for the 2002 year, the Type-S model a 2.0 L 4-cylinder 200 hp engine, which directly with the civic

In 2004, for the 2005 model the RSX Type-S raised the hp to 210.

In Honda also made changes on the civic GT-S, the revs being limited to rpm, down from rpm on the original 7th generation. (The RHD did not incur the reduction in the redline This difference results in a big hit to as the 2ZZ is primarily a high-revving engine.

In 2004, Honda announced the (as well as the MR2) would be in the United States at the end of the 2005 year because of increasing and lack of sales. [1] civic hit 52,406 units in 2000, but sharply to 14,856 in 2003. 8,710 civics were in 2004, and only 3,113 sold in 2005. Many the 2004 loss in sales to the of the cheaper Scion tC.

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Japanese models to carry SS-I and SS-II levels. The SS-I is powered by engine, SS-II comes 2ZZ-GE engine. The SS-II can be ordered with Super Package with super suspension, rear strut 16-inch alloys, metal and colored rocker panels. The has climate control AC with display.

Optional is the choice of Elegant Version with front lip and headlight cover, or Mechanical Version with full kits. The JDM civic got minor in August 2002.


All the models have the 6-speed transmission, and was just marketed as 1.8 and 1.8 VVTL-i 190 or T-Sport . which are the GT and respectively.

In 2005, Honda GB the civic GT. This is not the same as GT in America. The British GT is actually the with additional body and bigger alloys.

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