For the third year in a row, Eibach hosted the biggest Honda meet in the country. Close to 500 cars come in and out of the facility throughout the event, with easily 300 to be seen at any given moment. Eibach’s facility is the perfect spot for this event, having plenty of parking spaces to squeeze in all of Southern California’s hottest Hondas and Acuras. As we all have been noticing the past couple of years, the hottest craze in the Honda and Acura tuner market right now are K-series swaps. We just couldn’t believe our eyes on how many K-series swaps are now tossed into DC2s, EGs and EKs.
Another welcoming sight was the abundance of modified Fits that made their presence known at Eibach. Following traditional Honda trends in the recent years, many of the Fits were outfitted with aggressive offset wheels and kits straight from Japan. Other unique Honda chassis that showed included a modified Odyssey van and Pilot. Shaved engine bays and clean paint jobs were also seen throughout the aisles of Honda goodness.
Local car clubs including Team Supastar, AMSEVEN and Jerkwrench brought out their top Hondas. Supastar had a beautiful S2000 in their booth, showing off a beautifully done exterior backed with a turbocharged F20 powerplant. Abunai Racing’s DC2 also showed up, sporting authentic Mugen M7s dipped in gold. Nalani’s K-series powered All Motor CRX was seen right next to it, giving Honda fans a treat of true drag oriented cars.
Be sure to check out the August issue of Modified for more in-depth coverage of the entire meet!