My 1991 Honda Civic hatchback rebuild. The car was in really bad shape and desperately needed TLC, so I went ahead and restored her from scratch with the help of a few buddies who run a shop. The whole process took about 9 months, hence 'The Rebirth' title which seems to go along well like it's a new born baby.
The motor is B16A with: CTR pistons, full Omni valvetrain, CAT cams, ITR IM, Mild P&P head, H22A injectors, OBD1 converted, and stock B16A header. The Exhaust is Apexi WS2. The actual numbers at the dynapack are pretty embarrassing (I was just trying to get her to run efficiently for the emissions test, which she passed no problem). I have no idea what this motor is capable of. I'll post more vids once she's fully tuned. Props to Nick at Teknotik for the tuning.
*Parts alone for this project costed about $5K to 6K. I did the labor with the help of my buddies and bodywork was done by an affiliate. So I spent roughly $10K in total. I plan to keep this car forever so I don't see 10K as much money at all.
Honda Civic 4.gen Restauration (movie1 ).wmv
Honda Civic 4.gen Karroszéria Felújitás 2011..:)..Már csak motort kell
Honda Civic Body type 4.gen renovation ..:).. 2011 Just a little motor to
Háttérzene: Hamvai P.G.....Sky & Sand--Back & Fot (Afrovaze Bootleg)
Honda EP3 TypeR Civic Rebuild
This EP3 Civic rolled down a bank during a rally in Upper Hutt, New
Zealand, nearly every outer panel was replaced apart from the rear panel
and left chassis rail which was pulled and aligned, the job took about 3
weeks to do and was quite a chellenge to get nice gaps between doors,
lights and guards etc, there were two donor cars needed, the first donor
car had alot of frontal damage and we needed a good chassis rail, so
another donor car awas found, the rally car was still worth repairing
because of the cromoly roll cage and other mods done to the body.
JRSC ITR Build Up - Chapter 1
This clip shows the progression of my JRSC supercharged B18c-R DC2 Honda
from it's humble beginnings as a turquoise Vti-R to how it look today.
This movie has a bit of a sad ending. Bye bye B18c-R.
Thats ok though, chapter 2 shows the re-power with a JE/Eagle forged B18c
and a bit more Boost + methanol :)
Credit to Adam Plews for the initial build, my part comes later
Music by Pendulum - Planet Orion
**** For all the haters of the rear bumper, this video is actually getting
pretty old now, the holed bumper is long gone, now replaced by a plain 98
1996 Honda Civic Rebuild
Didn't get stopped for stop sign and someone drove across the front. We
rebuilt it at home in garage and painted it.
Bisimoto 700whp D16Z 1990 Honda Civic Turbo Wagovan
Our impromptu, yet detailed look at Bisimoto's 700 wheel horsepower 1990 Honda Civic
turbo Wagovan, which is powered by a
D16Z engine and a huge turbonetics
BTX6565 ball bearing turbo. Shot on the
fly at a car meet using our Canon handheld camera; completely unedited
(except for the addition of our web address).
For more photos, check www.MOTORMAVENS.com
Build: 89 Honda Civic EF Sedan 4dr (crx4dr)
I bought this car in may of 2005 and ever since then i"ve been modifying it
year after year up until now oct. 2013. I will continue to change it till I
either retire it or total it from racing!!!
music: Jr. Bricks "Good Bye"(prod, M-Print)
K20 Civic Build Part 1 of 3
K20Z1 MOTOR INTO A CIVIC EG. ENTIRE BUILD WAS DONE IN A GARAGE BY 3 PEOPLE.
LUIS, ADRIAN AND MYSELF (JAIME). WIRE TUCK, BATTERY RELOCATION, SUB
HARNESS....OK SO IVE BEEN ASKED THIS A FEW TIMES NOW SO I WILL JUST POST IT
IN THE DESCRIPTION. WHATZ THE COST OF MY BUILD? RIGHT NOW IM UP TO ABOUT
20,000. HOW LONG DID IT TAKE? IT TOOK ME ABOUT 6-7 MOS FROM START TO
Jose's Honda Civic EK Hatch - BRtv Episode 5
With the popularity of the motorsport of drifting rising by the minute,
there's been a great shift from the Import or Tuner crowd from FWD cars
(front wheel drive) to RWD (rear wheel drive). More and more manufacturers
are adding affordable RWD models to their line ups, and it doesn't look
like that's going to change any time soon (thank the Car Gods). There was
however a time when the Tuner world was mostly flooded with FWD cars with
the Honda brand in the forefront. In the late 90s' when Honda dropped the
EK Civic body, particular the SI model, eclipsing it's predecessor, the
brand seem to do no wrong. Aside from the legendary SI model Civic, the
single most desirable EK one could own was (arguably) the hatch. In it's
stock formation, the car is as cookie cutter, gas saving commuter as they
come. Actually that's something easily said about just about any Civic.
But with just a little tweaking, some nice shoes, maybe a lip, a wing and
dare I say a "B" series engine swap, and these little light ways could
easily be turned in a super fun rides. I would venture to say that these
are the new classics, and if you happen to own a EK hatch or SI, take care
of it, restore it, and watch it increase in value. These will be the cars
we all try to outbid each other at future Barrette-Jackson or Mecan auto
auctions. That said, I like to take a moment to introduce our next episode
of Braggenrites.com TV (BRtv). In it you guys get to meet Jose Hernandez
Diaz and his sick Honda Civic EK Hatch.
This guys is as passionate and detailed oriented as any with his ride as
any car guy. He took his mild mannered hatch and turn into a complete eye
catcher, by adding just the right amount of cool, to just the right parts.
The car features a totally rebuilt, souped up and turbocharged motor, redone interior with a set of
racing seats and a custom roll cage, and a sick stance (to say the least).
The car is tastefully done with a simplistic aggressiveness that seems to
contradict itself and compliment itself all at the same time. The engine
bay (it's most attention grabbing feature) is shaved of all "unnecessary"
parts and painted white, of all shades; a looks that makes the Hatch stand
out even more. We loved this car once we first saw it, and knew we wanted
to shoot it and share it with the world. It's owner Jose, is a kool a kat
as any, and hung with us for a couple of hours so that we could do that.
We opened his bag a tricks to let you all know everything about his car
(all except the wheel brand) and what all he did to take it to the level
seen here. We wanna send a huge shout out to him and hope you guys enjoy
the update. For more on this episode (pics and so on) see the full gallery
and more at Braggenrites.com
Opening Theme: Walter Kronkite by Grassman
Background Music: Hip-Hop Rhythm Guitars by Antfoxi (Pond5 Music)