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The stock DOHC VTEC 1.6 liter engine in a 99-2000 Honda Civic Si. This beast produces 160hp and 111 lb-ft of torque (thats 100hp per liter!). At 5500RPM VTEC kicks in and you can really hear and feel it.
"Yeah man, I put the B16A2 motor in my hatch, it's hella tight now!"
by Tviper92 February 03, 2004
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the car company with the world's cleanest emmissions. honda's are known for their longevity and craftsmanship.
Hondas get good gas mileage
by brad October 30, 2003
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honda 1.8 litre engine
by Anonymous July 12, 2003
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A short code for a Honda engine. It's the engine that you'll find in your stock 94-01 Acura Integra GSR. It's mostly known for having the best thing ever made, VTEC, compared to it's counterpart without VTEC, the B18B (94-01 Integra LS). You can find the code printed on the front of the motor, near the transmission, along with the engine's serial number.
My GSR has a fully built B18C1.

So what? My integra is stock and still has a B18C1. VTEC FTW!
by HeroOfTheDay October 20, 2007
44 7
1)a japanese economy car
2)a car that teenager's rich parents buy them as a cheap relaiable transportation, but then they fuck it all up by putting huge fart cans and spoilers on then trying to drive fast and race everyone and thinking they are really cool but everyone is really just laughing at them because they are so goddamn stupid.
I drive a CIVIC, its so fast, last night I raced some kid on his tricycle and it was close but I beat him because my spoiler added an extra 20hp so that was the reason I won.
by RICEFUCKER April 12, 2003
1760 513
The U.S. model CRX (sometimes called a "Rex") was made from 1984 to 1991. The first generation was from 1984 to 1987, the second from 1988 to 1991. The Del Sol was known as the CR-X in all markets other than North America.

In 1984 the CRX was only available carburated and in two trim packages, the 1.3 and the base. The 1.3 had a SOHC 8V 1.3L inline four and a manual transmission. The base model had a SOHC 12V 1.5L inline four and was available with a manual or an automatic transmission. Power ratings were 55hp and 72hp respectivly. All models were equiped with CVCC.

In 1985 the Si became available with a power sunroof standard and a 1.5L fuel injected 12V inline four, an automatic transmission was not offered. The 1.3 became the HF and the base became the DX, both remained carburated. All carburated models were equiped with CVCC.

In 1986 and 1987 the CRX remained unchanged except for minor styling updates.

In 1988 the second generation was introduced. The DX again became the base model, and all models were fuel injected. The Hf was updated with a 1.5L SOHC 12V, the DX recieved a 1.5L SOHC 16V, and the Si a 1.6L SOHC 16V.

1989 saw door mounted seatbelts on the base and the Si.

In 1990 all models now recieved door mounted seatbelts and more side impact crash protection. The Si has rear disck brakes as standard.

1991 was the final year for the CRX in the United States, there were no major changes from 1990.

-Note: some details of model changes, like suspension and ECM updates, have been left out for space reasons.-
Homie: Yo, I want to hop up my CRX.

Steve: That Rex deserves a better owner.

Rexer shoots homie, cops agree it was for a good cause, Steve gets to keep the Rex.
by Krustindumm October 15, 2003
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Abbr. for 'stupid idiot'
As in Football Factory from 2004:
"Jog on, you si!"
by Nige Menzel May 24, 2007
444 197
A common nickname for the Roman Catholic Bishop of Rome from 2005-the Present: Benedict XVI. Also known as the Pope.
Did you hear that B16 is opening the Church's proverbial arms to the Anglicans?
by Nrgy October 28, 2009
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