First start of my chevy 350 crx with toyota supra independent rear and a lot of custom work i did...bored .30 over, alliance race cam, 202 double hump heads, 11.5:1 comp. keith black pistons...a lot more...heres one build thread
CRX of DEATH!
Disclaimer: This is not my car
the car belongs to my good friend's father. It is a 88 Crx SI. B20/Vtec
The car used to have an Lsvtec setup which the Dyno video is posted in my
video. best time is 12.6@ 109 mph
********attention new times 12.2 @ 111*****
5.3 liter Chevrolet V8 powered Honda S2000
5.3 liter Chevrolet V8 / T56 6 speed powered Honda S2000 (rear)
All Aluminum Chevrolet V8 engine.
Car's weights with new drivetrain are as follows:
Full tank of gas and 70# weight at rear = 3040 lbs
Full tank of gas and 70# weight at rear = 1520 lbs (front axle)
Full tank of gas and 70# weight at rear = 1520 lbs (rear axle)
50/50 weight distribution
All factory Honda instrumentation works properly.
Built 78 Ford at THE WALL at AHS
My ford climbing the wall at Arab High School. I will try to get a better
video soon. The first and only to ever climb the wall.
UPDATE to answer some of the comments and messages...
- 78 Ford with 11 inches of suspension lift, no body, no cut fenders
- I built everything (custom lift, drive shafts, bumpers, sliders, etc.)
And yes i can build you a truck too.
- 42 inch IROKs
- Lockers open
- The truck was in 4 high and I unknowingly had it in second gear while
- You are welcome to copy me, I don't care at all, just be sure to post
your video so I can check it out...
Original Owner Honors His Original Honda CRX
At the young age of fourteen, Christopher Hoffman helped convince his
mother to buy a '77 Honda Civic wagon. That was just a small, first step in
what would become a life-long infatuation with Hondas.
They went on to take over their local Honda club (they wanted the club to
include more driving events) and ten years later, Christopher bought his
first new car ever, this 1987 Honda Civic CRX Si. He fell in love with the
car on the drive home and vowed to keep it forever. And although he's owned
the car for 27 years now, it's never broken down and Christopher can count
on one hand how many repairs he's had to make (two of them are bulb
replacements, it is a Honda after all).
Being a Honda, the CRX is also blessed with a very light, short shift that
Christopher loves in addition to its sound and how freely the 1.5L
four-cylinder revs. It may only have 91hp but in car that weighs about 1900
pounds, it's enough to leave Christopher smiling through the twisties.