1989 Honda Civic SI Hatchback. Its Alive, My Car is ALIVE!!!!!!!!!!

This video was recorded in 2008. That was the first time to start my car in 8 years. The Civic was just sitting in my garage since 2000. But sadly the car hasn't been started or run since then. So we have to try to get it started again. Joseph Elliot is the mechanic on my car. Replaced in 2008: gas tank, injectors, plugs, wires, fuel rail, fuel filter. I'm definitely going to need body work because its been outside for two years; now there is a lot of rust. But the interior is great, needs new tires, registration, insurance, brakes, supension, on and on and on and on.

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My 1991 Honda Civic hatchback rebuild. The car was in really bad shape and desperately needed TLC, so I went ahead and restored her from scratch with the help of a few buddies who run a shop. The whole process took about 9 months, hence 'The Rebirth' title which seems to go along well like it's a new born baby. The motor is B16A with: CTR pistons, full Omni valvetrain, CAT cams, ITR IM, Mild P&P head, H22A injectors, OBD1 converted, and stock B16A header. The Exhaust is Apexi WS2. The actual numbers at the dynapack are pretty embarrassing (I was just trying to get her to run efficiently for the emissions test, which she passed no problem). I have no idea what this motor is capable of. I'll post more vids once she's fully tuned. Props to Nick at Teknotik for the tuning. Honda-Tech: kim_2_da_chee *Parts alone for this project costed about $5K to 6K. I did the labor with the help of my buddies and bodywork was done by an affiliate. So I spent roughly $10K in total. I plan to keep this car forever so I don't see 10K as much money at all.





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Engine Time Lapse
Time Lapse of me taking out my engine of my 88 civic hatchback. D15b1 Jedi Mind Tricks Animal Rap Yes, this engine swap did take me a while to do. It was my first engine swap. This car is 20 years old, there are a lot of seized bolts. The axel nuts are very hard to get off without air tools. I have now mastered the art of taking engines out and I can do it in about 2 hours now. I have done it without a hoist. stop all the comments on how long it took. they get old. enjoy the video.




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