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)
Brand New 1990 Honda Civic Si
Well not quite new, but pretty close. Here's a video of my dad's 1990 Honda
Civic Si. It's in the background of many of my videos. My father has been
working on it for quite a while and now it's at a stage where it's actually
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.
The Civic Build part 02
once again, me and my cousin building up our civic EGs. This is part 02 of
the "series". Its kinda short but oh well, its not like we've done THAT
much to them.
So far I got my car up and running. I'm going 8 psi on stock internals...
lets see how long that will last xD. I've been doing mostly body work to it
to see if I can get it sprayed soon.
My cousin on the other hand has a lot of work to do. starting with his
motor. An LS/V-tec built for 20 pounds. Hes got most of his forged
internals, hes just missing two or three parts then its off to the machine
shop to get the block bored 10 over, but his main focus right now is on
getting his roll cage in so he can paint his car and assemble it.
Yea... its kinda short. I know... part 03 will make up for that.
My Rolled Civic Build Part 1
My 91' rolled Honda Civic hatchback project Part 1
Seems like Part 2 isn't coming in a few months. I'll make an update as soon
as I can. Probably this summer.
The Civic Build part 03
The Civic Build Part 03. Two cousins, same car, similar ideas. Watch as
Miami's (Reyse404) car goes from shell to track. enjoy.
DžiZa's Slammed '89 Turbo Civic
A short movie about DžiZa's 4gen (1989) slammed Honda Civic with a turbo kit.
Answers to frequently posted comments:
- The car is not daily driven, its a weekend car and the owner has moved to
a different garage.
- The wheels are Zender sport model.
NO COPYRIGHT INFIRINGMENT INTENDED!
Music used is:
War - Low Rider. You can purchase the song at
Muneshine - Home Sweet Home. You can purchase the song and support the
artist here: http://muneshine.bandcamp.com/track/home-sweet-home
Video was filmed with Canon 550D using canon's 35mm f2, 85mm f1.8 & 17-85mm
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)
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
65 Mustang Fastback Restoration Project
This is my 1965 Mustang
Fastback I rescued from a field rusting away. I finished it around July of
2008 in my back yard garage with no professional assistance at all. It took
me about 26 months to complete. It has a 302 Ford motor and an 5 Speed
manual transmission. I restored this car to the information on the original
data plate on the door that included the body color and interior. The
stripe is unique in that I added a darker red to the Poppy Red body color
to get a stripe that is a little darker but blends in with the factory
color. This car features four wheel disc brakes made from all Ford parts.