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sorry for the noise at 5 seconds, i got a text right as we were recording. lol BTW, This is not my car, this is a friend of mines, and he is driving in this video. there was also 2 other passengers (me and someone) in a full weight ej6 4door The V6 civic emelios j32 swapped ek 4door. the only j32 swapped car known to be running on megasquirt standalone.


 


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