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 !

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