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The B18C5 is one of the most sought after motor swaps to be put in Honda Civics. The motor itself is found in the 1997 - 2001 Integra Type-R (DC2 chassis code). It displaces 1797cc^3, has dual overhead camshafts, has a compression ratio of 10.6:1, and comes equipped with VTEC. The intake and exhaust ports come pre-polished out of the factory for further extraction of power. Power: 195 hp (145 kw) @ 8000 rpm 130 lb-ft (176 N m) @ 7500 rpm The transmission that comes coupled with the B18C5 is extremely sought after as well. The transmission comes stock with a close-ratio 5-speed gearset, and LSD (Limited Slip Differential).
A kpop boy band from South Korea who debuted in 2011. The group consist of 5 members, Jinyoung, Sandeul, Baro, CNU, and the maknae Gongchan.
1. A complete butchery of the English Language via the usage of Leet Speak. Usually a self-definition of importance and greatness.2. And ostentatious braggart who shows off to people, disregarding their feelings of annoyance.3. An individual who refuses to stop talking in a monotonous voice, boring everyone in ear-shot. Also gets irritated by being interrupted when the individual has just interrupted you.
Babe1 and Babe 2, B1 being your actual Girlfriend/Boyfriend and B2 being the "other" person in your twisted life.
A term used in context where the conversation is not openly focused on discussing the sexual act. If you were in a public area this word would be used to subsitute "boner".
Fictitious USENET poster, created as a joke circa 1988 supposedly intended to show the USENET community how NOT to communicate with the world. Parodies usage of teenagers, "n00bs," and others not familiar with netiquette. Typical language includes all caps, intentional misspellings and number substitutions, exclamation points, quick flames and long signature files. BIFF posts articles using his elder brother's VIC-20. BIFF's location is a mystery, as his articles appear to come from a variety of sites. However, BITNET seems to be the most frequent origin. It is believed that BIFF was originally created by Joe Talmadge <email@example.com>, also the author of the infamous and much-plagiarized "Flamer's Bible". The BIFF filter he alledgedly wrote is said to have been later passed to Richard Sexton, who posted BIFFisms much more widely.