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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 planes.
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.
Real Drivers: BMW 325ix (E30)
See more at http://hittingredline.com/ .
Nick Parente and his E30 have been participants in a number of Hitting
Redline videos, and I have had the pleasure of witnessing its many stages
during that time. The story of this E30 (Parente's first car) began in July
of 2012 when he purchased it from the lot of a local shop. The Alpine
White, five-speed E30 had, at that time, been in a sorry state, in
desperate need of paint and body work, as well as Exhaust, suspension, and a rebuilt top end. None
of these developments, nor the many that followed, stopped the transition
from a once-faded Bimmer with panels in three different colors to an
incredibly clean example of BMW's first AWD production car.
Music in this piece is "Don't Close Your Eyes (Instrumental)" by Josh
Woodward, used under a Creative Commons Commercial Use (Attribution)
HONDA DAY TAKES A RIDE IN THE BULLET EG HATCH | FUNC-TION D.
Car enthusiasts have benefited tremendously from the internet. Creatively
pushing enthusiasts to new limits and inspiring others to express
themselves artistically. The internet has also exposed commonalities and
certain things you would expect from a particular area of region of where
the car is built. As with anything, being inspired to what's around us, you
can expect a car from the West Coast to be clean and one from the East to
be fast, by commonality.
With that said, trends come and go, and as big as the Honda community is,
most branch off to certain trends or styles of the community itself and
areas particularly known for certain trends. When you think of New York we
are almost certain nothing "major" rings a bell, if you're fond of the
internet you may have heard about the fast cars and that's the beauty of
the internet itself.
Exposing things you may never seen or heard of, of course the potholes,
winter season's and diversity, but nothing major on a Honda enthusiast can
associate or point out. It's not particularly a dream to drive neither,
unless you seriously know how to drive. Jismark's EG is a prime example of
something that stands out, appeals to all enthusiasts of all areas. It
represents NYC for what it is, fast, witty, and well rounded (pun
intended). Appealing to all branches and classes of the culture. If you've
never seen his car circulating on the internet, allow Honda Day to be the
first to show.
Filmed - Canon Rebel XT2i | GOPRO HD Hero
Music: Nas - NY State of Mind
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Colin's Daily Driven Hatch
- 1995 Honda EG Hatch
- Work Equip 01's
15x9 +7 offset (front)
15x9.5 +1 offset (rear)
- 195 | 50 Nitto tires
- Function & Form Type 1 (lowest setting)
- Apexi WS2
- B18c type R
- Blue|green pearl w/ gold flake paint job
- Representing Autotechniques custom paint and body.
Super street hella clean eg civic
We had time at the Space Circuit Meet and toy drive so i help my buddy Jt
Make him a short video of his ride. No doubt its clean, hes moving on to
Camera-Canon 5d mk 2
Slider- Konova slider+konova video tripod
lens- 17-40 wide angle zoom
Car- Jt Teng
Video by- Bunbun
[RFasanaroTV ]- HellaFlush Civic Ek Hatchback/Tracked-Out Ek Hatchback
VIDEO IS FOR FUN AND ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY.
NO COPYRIGHT INTENDED ON SONG/NO PROFIT.
FULL CREDIT FOR AWOL NATION- SAIL AND THE DUB-STEP REMIX NOT CREATED BY ME.
Here yet again is a random shoot for an hour or two. We were bored and i
didn't take to much time planning anything. I just had some fun and did it
in a timely manner with little daylight left.
I was not driving my car (The hellaflush one) because I obviously cannot
operate the camera and vehicle at the same time :)
Hellaflush Ek Hatchback
insane stance and offset
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 !!
Featured Elite: Loreto Garcia's "Darkside" Civic Hatchback
Full article here:
Hailing from San Jose Calif., Street Team Elite and recent Super Street
magazine cover car owner Loreto Garcia grew up among Northern California's
Bay Area street racing scene. Years ago he made his mark, laying down
11-second quarter-mile passes, earning him a spot as one of Darkside Racing
crew's fastest. After meeting his goal at the track, Loreto turned his
attention toward having one of the best looking Hondas in San Jose. He
stepped up once again, proving his capabilities with this beautiful Civic
hatchback, featuring engine and suspension components exclusively from
Traxxas Summit 4WD MT Review
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