new set of close ratio transmission, after a friend broke most of all teeth from mis-shift.
fit in a re-done transmission of a spare one, but didn't work really well. But still make very competitive lap time.
Tegiwa Civic Cup - Brands Hatch Race 1
The hugely popular Championship moves to Brands Hatch for rounds 3 and 4 of
See Race 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aDmmiS6ArlM
About the Civic Cup
A race series aimed at providing a fast, close, and cheap form of
motorsport, with tightly controlled regulations. Eligible cars are all
Honda Civics from 1990 to 2013, B16 and K20 engined cars.
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250bhp+ EK Civic on track at Japfest 2011
My Honda Civic on Castle Combe track at Japfest 2011.
255bhp / 980kg
Having some slight hesitation in lower gears after cornering, but overall
quite happy with the performance. It was a fun day!
JDM Fest 2014 | Cebu x LegitManila
JDM Fest 2014
Cebu x Manila
feat. Legit Manila
February 14-16, 2014
Parkmall / Queen City of the South
Adventure Club - Gold (Ft. Yuna)
Foxes - Youth
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EK4 Sedan B16B 1800cc stroker kit 9000rpm!
My mildly modded EK4 sedan with B16B type r on road tuning with apexi neo.
Bad traction from normal tires.
Spoon sports obd2a ecu
B16b Type R head and cam
B16b block with B18cr 1800cc stroker kit
B18cr intake manifold
B18cr 4-1 Exhaust manifold
2.5" stainless steel straight pipe with RSR GT2 muffler
EK9 S4C 4.4 fd tranny
EK9 stock clutch set with toda light flywheel
Tuned by TPS AUTOMOTIVE ENHANCE CENTER
This car is for sale now! http://www.mudah.my/vi/17954936.htm
Honda Civic EG5 Trackcar Build
This is our '93 EG5 Civic track car build, No we dont have a mass of
experience, knowledge or a proper workshop to hand, This was our 2nd build
so we took some evidence along the way to remember it by, It was a little
rushed as we had only had '24 DAYS' to complete before its first track day
at castle combe, hope you enjoy or is of some help to anyone else !
EG6 race car learning how to track.
Chassis: EG (2door hatch), full roll cage.
Suspension: E-spec 2 way adjustable.
Brake: front ATC 2 piston caliber 280mm rotor, race brake pad, rear, stock
caliber and rotor.
Transmission: custom close ratio 3rd and 5th helical gears.
Interior: Anti-slip buckle seat, Sabelt 6 point harness, engine kill
switch*, emergency fire extinguisher* and release switch* (both engine kill
and extinguisher switch have 2nd switch at the hood for outside access*.
Fuel cell: Stock fuel tank, with sub-tank inside the car. Bosch fuel pump.
Engine: JDM D15B (race regulated at 1500cc or less). Light weight flywheel
with dual plate race clutch. Polyurethen engine mounts, JDM superchips
custom fuel map and raised rev limiter to 8500rpm. Lightened valve
retainer*. High profile camshaft*. Lightened & balanced crankshaft*. 12.5:1
Compression ratio*. B16C throttle body*, further enlarged with machining
work*. Custom intake manifold*, intake tube, high flow filter.
Exhaust: *4-1 header, *decat mid pipe,
*decat Exhaust pipe. Currently use
Mugen 4-2-1 street header, cat mid pipe and muffler.
Future upgrade: All items marked with *, AiM MXL Strada digital dash
display. Spot weld roll cage to car body to increase lateral stiffness. And
maybe custom 1st to 5th straight cut gear for less power lost.
Thai Super Car Rd 5/6 Bira: Super 2000 Rd 6, Aug 22, 2010: Grid & Race
The morning starts with the Super Club Sport Truck race won by Pitak K (#6
Isuzu) who crossed the line just under 10 seconds ahead of Sutiphot P (#19
Chevrolet). The Super Club FF race goes to Komkrit L (#41 Honda Civic)
while the Super Club Classic encounter goes to "Japanese" category driver
Chalermpon P (#86) Toyota with the "Euro Retro" runners led out by Artapon
Ch (#79 BMW) who is just 3.163 seconds back at the chequered flag. The
podium is rounded out by the pretty yellow #27 Porsche 944 of Henk Kiks
which started from pole position but soon dropped back to finish 17.343
seconds back at the flag. A comfortable victory in the Production 1500 race
goes to Paradon Nutchanart (#89 Toyota Vios) while there is quickly another
clear winner, Pisanu Sirimongkhonkasem (#90 Toyota Yaris), who collects the
spoils in the following Super 1500 race. The morning's final race see the
Super Commonrail runners belching their thick black diesel smoke around the
track, choosing a variety of racing lines and engaging in plenty of
crowd-pleasing door-to-door action. Victory eventually goes to Mana
Pornsiricherd (#59 Mitsubishi Triton) who has just over three seconds in
hand over Kajonsak Na Songkla (#4 Isuzu) at the end of the 20-lap
The atmosphere builds toward the "big race" showdown as the crowd surges
into the infield for the post-lunchtime pit walkabout. The final two races,
before the top-billing "Super Car" runners slug it out at 15:45, are the
Super 2000 and Super Bike categories. The former race sees a rolling start
for the twenty two cars that line up on the dummy grid and there is a lead
duel to grip the crowd between Preeda Tantemsapya (#36 Honda Integra) and
Nitikorn Pusuntorntum (#52 Honda Civic), the former getting to the
chequered flag of the 19-lap race just 0.818 seconds ahead while the latter
driver is consoled by winning the "Amateur" class. Making it a clean sweep
of the podium positions for the Honda brand is Jakthong Navasoopanich (#3
Integra) who also helps to make it a 1-3 finish for the JBT/PureThai racing
outfit. The Super Bike runners include almost-retired Thai professional
tennis legend and now turned motorbike racer Paradorn Srichaphan (#79 Honda
GBR 1000RR08) who is in the thick of the race action while victory
eventually goes to Christmas W (# Honda CBR 1000RR 06).