Nyce1s - The World's First Ever 9 Second All Motor Street Honda Civic

Here is a look at the world's first ever 9 second fwd Honda Civic All Motor street car. Congrats to the Prayoonto Racing team along with the Driveshaft Shop for this huge accomplishment!! Please keep in mind that during this video the all motor car ran against a turbo charged fwd civic. They were not in competition but merely test passes. This should be known because the DSS civic is all motor with not power adders. Checkout the Driveshaft Shop at http://www.driveshaftshop.com !!! Checkout Prayoonto Racing at http://www.prayoontoracing.com !! Checkout http://www.nyce1s.com/forum for more videos !!

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