Honda Civic SI EP3 Downhill [High Quality]

2004 Honda Civic Si (VBP) Naturally Aspirated. Full bolt-on EP3. Injen CAI, DCRH, T1R full Exhaust system. Sitting on TEIN SS damper kit and professionally tuned with Hondata K-PRO. Front tire pressure lower than the rear on 16" light weight slipstreams. This is old video footage of me tearing it up in the backroads of WA. It's about 4 years old. Video camera was a Canon ZR100. Photography was taken with my Canon EOS 40D and Canon EOS Digital Rebel. It's not a touge attack or anything, just a creative way to show off my photography. Don't laugh at me dancing at the end... LOL! Enjoy! :) Rate my photography or give me ideas on better angles for new video footage! I want to get an HD video camera some time near the end of 2010. Ps. The black DC5 is my car. You like? ;) Backyard Touge JDM SPEK

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Broad Auto Sales 1155-1161 Broad Street Newark, New Jersey 07114 Telephone: 973-242-2555 In 2002, the Civic Si received a complete redesign and returned to form as a hatchback. The body shape of this model was based on the "New Bullet-Form" concept, which aimed to create a more dynamic look and provide greater stability while traveling on highways or winding country roads. The interior layout also distinguished itself from other Civic Si generations with a dash-mounted shifter. Unlike other iterations of the Civic Si, the fifth generation was not produced in Canada or the United States, and it does not share a body style or interior with the USDM Civic (offered only in sedan and coupé forms) sold there. Instead, the 2002-05 Civic Si is manufactured in Swindon, England, and exported to Canada and the United States.[4][5] The EP hatchback is also used for the second generation Civic Type R which was sold in Europe and Japan. Shifting away from the B-series engine, the seventh generation Civic Si adopted the K-series K20A3 engine used in the Acura RSX base model rated at 160 bhp (120 kW) at 6500 rpm and 132 lbf·ft (179 N·m) at 5000 rpm.[6] With a redline of 6,800 rpm, the Si distanced itself from the narrow, high-rpm powerband engine of its predecessor, and as a result saw a 20 percent increase in torque. Performance was relatively underwhelming compared to the competition; the switch to MacPherson struts from double-wishbone suspension resulted in less responsive handling, and a near-150 lb (68 kg) increase in weight to 2,744 lb (1,245 kg) contributed to slower acceleration than the lighter '99-'00 Si.[7] Much of the weight gain is attributed to the chassis' stouter structure when compared to the previous generation hatchback, with the '02 Si boasting an increase in torsional rigidity by 95 percent and a bending rigidity increase of 22 percent.[8] With the increased chassis rigidity compensating for weight gain, the 5th-generation Civic Si saw roughly the same performance numbers as the previous generation Si, with 7.6 seconds to 60 mph and 15.5 seconds at the quarter mile.[9] Other factors adversely impacting performance included the lack of an LSD (limited slip differential) and having to shift into third gear to get to 60. First gear ends at about 30, second ends at 55, and third ends at 82 mph (132 km/h). The 2004--05 models received minor revisions.[10] Cosmetic changes included revised headlight (dual bulb setup) and taillight designs, standard side skirts, and an option for a HFP. The suspension was updated with a change from 4 lug to 5 lug bolt pattern, a larger rear sway bar, and a change from 15-inch wheels (195/60-15) to 16-inch wheels (205/55-16). The interior received more silver accents in place of the chrome ones (the lock switch).[11] The Honda chassis code for the Si and Type-R models is EP3. In Canada it was referred to as the Honda Civic SiR, and was discontinued in 2005.[

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I think the best and last Bluewater Jap meet, or it might have been the 2nd to last big meet. Please comment on video. Enjoy.