8.86@167mph 42psi Honda Civic, 4 speed shifting
Throttle pedal never leaves the floor, shifted wide open throttle.
Car has gone 8.77
72mm turbo S372R 1.25a/r
84x89 G.E. Sleeved LSVTEC
9.0:1 CP's and Eagle rods
Stock port B16 head, ITR cams
Props to Speedfactoryracing.net for the horsepower, Albins for the
gears and M&H for the tires. Driven by Montana's own, "Bad Weather" Bob
Stormer. And Sponsored by Stormer Hobbies, stormerhobbies.com
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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Marcus' turbo civic 550+whp (28psi) launch
550+WHP (28psi) on Sunoco 110 racegas (NGK R5671A-8 plugs)
Skunk 2 Valve train
Skunk 2 70MM TB
RC 1000cc Inj.
T70 turbo (.70/.86AR)
Tial 44MM Wastegate
turboXS Dual Stage Boost Controller
Custom 4" Down pipe (No Exhaust)
Custom Top Mount turbo Manifold
2.5" IC Piping
B16 Hydro Transmission
ITR Final Drive
Competition Clutch Stage 5
16" CCW Classics (polished)
Nitto NT01 Drag Radials
Nyce1s - CCC Racing SFWD Turbo Honda Civic EG @ Honda Day Atco 2012!!!
Here is CCC Racing's Sport Front Wheel Drive class turbo Honda Civic. Check it out as Nyce1s catches
up with them at there first 2 big events of the year Honda Day Atco 2012 &
the Sport Compact Spring Nationals @ Englishtown!
Check them out at http://www.facebook.com/cccracing !!
Checkout Nyce1s @ http://www.facebook.com/nyce1s !!!
Turbo Gsr on the Street! 400whp
My b18c1 gsr fully built turbocharged
civic racing srt-4's k20 civic 4g63 talon and other victims on the street i
have it tuned to 350whp precision sc6262 turbo 12lbs of Boost, aem fuel rail, b18c1 bored to 2.2L
sleeved with darton sleeves pauter rods cp pistons cometic head gasket
skunk 2 intake manifold, 75mm throttle body 1000cc rc injectors, hondata
s300 ecu, vtec controller, greddy front mount Intercooler,stock axles, kyb suspension
4 inch drop, 4 inch Exhaust, vband
clamps, rota slipstreams, 4 door eg, hid's 8000k, etc
Californiadad's Turbo Integra GSR 1.8L 475whp
Here is just a basic drive out on the streets, just happen to run into a
couple of bikes that wanted to play. Too back I still get no traction out
of the hole. even with slicks! Other wise I would of been able to catch and
pass that bike sooner.
Bisimoto 700whp D16Z 1990 Honda Civic Turbo Wagovan
Our impromptu, yet detailed look at Bisimoto's 700 wheel horsepower 1990 Honda Civic
turbo Wagovan, which is powered by a
D16Z engine and a huge turbonetics
BTX6565 ball bearing turbo. Shot on the
fly at a car meet using our Canon handheld camera; completely unedited
(except for the addition of our web address).
For more photos, check www.MOTORMAVENS.com