Real Drivers: Honda Civic Hatchback (B20-powered)
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Most modified vehicles undergo numerous changes over their lives, and the
longer a vehicle is owned, the more pronounced those alterations become.
Ian Wright's 1995 Honda Civic CX, for example, has been powered by four
different engines over its life so far, each for a different reason, from
the stock, 90-horsepower engine to a built
GSR motor running aviation fuel, and now back to a JDM B20B powerplant.
Likewise, the body has accumulated a number of genuine carbon fiber pieces,
either custom-made like the fuel door or bespoke like the Viper ACR dive
Among the purists on certain automotive forums, my announcement of this
film caused controversy over the worthiness of a Civic to be the subject of
a film. But I maintain, as I have before, that a real car guy (or girl)
should not brush aside the joy that can be achieved with a more mundane
vehicle. The way a car drives, sounds, looks, and feels varies enormously,
and while others brush aside the humble Civic, many are fun, reliable, and
grin-inducing vehicles that prove you don't need RWD and big power to have
a good time.
Music in this piece is "High Hopes" by Zero-Project, used under a Creative
Commons Attribution License.
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Launch Fail! LOL... but good race anyways!
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JDM D15B EG go racing
Standing start at grid no. 13. I gradually climbed up to position 8 and
was going to attack and gain position number 5 or 4 with remaining laps,
but I worked too beyond the tires' limit and caused 2 deadly mistakes which
put me back to position number 13. What a shame. I learned a lot from
this race. 1st and foremost never work beyond the car's design limit. A
simple skid or spun out would simply ruin my hard work. Crossing the finish
line with perfect execution is the ultimate goal, rushing to gain position
just won't do.