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1997 Honda Civic DX - Grassroots

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Mar 23, 2010

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2018 Honda Civic
$18,940 Base Model (MSRP) 28/40 MPG Fuel Economy

Owner: Malcolm Forbes
Car: 1994 Integra GS-R
Mods: 84.5mm Golden eagle sleeved block, 9:1 CP pistons, H-Beam Eagle rods, ARP Head studs, Moroso Oil pan, REV valvetrain, ITR cams, Skunk2 cam gears, Edelbrock intake manifold, GSR tranny with heat treated gears, and Quaife LSD, AEM fuel rail, Walbro 255, MSD plug wires, Bosch 1000cc injectors, Competition stage 4 clutch and flywheel with Extreme PP, Mishimoto radiator, Synapse A/c Ram Horn manifold, GT3540S turbo, 3inch mandrel exhaust, Apexi turbo world sport pan, Tial BOV, 44mm wastegate, Precision 600hp intercooler, Innovative mounts, Hondata S300, AEM wideband, Function 7 Rear LCA, Skunk2 Pro C Coilovers, EM Racing C-pillar Bar, ITR rear and front Strut bar, Brembo cross drilled rotors, Hawk pads, Earl's brake lines, Buddy Club P1 SF Wheels, '99 taillights and back bumper, JDM Front Conversion, Chasebays engine harness, upgrade fuel system for more boost coming soon.
We like it because: Clean exterior and over 440 whp under the hood. End of story!

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Owner: Jesse Caeiro
Car: 1995 GS-R sedan
Mods: 2003 Acura CL Type S V6 swap w/6-speed LSD, P2R throttle body spacer, engine bay wire tuck, 2.5 inch exhaust system, Walbro 255 fuel pump, ASR subframe brace, 24mm anti-sway bar, Function 7 billet LCA's, shaved side moldings, 15x7 Mag1 polished wheels, nitrous oxide kit.
We like it because: Any sedan rolling down the block with a monster V6 poking out of the hood is alright in our book, especially a daily driver like Jesse's.

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Owner: Chris Hartsock
Car: 1997 Civic DX coupe
Mods: Auto-manual conversion using a JDM B18C, Hondata S300, Skunk2 Pro Series intake manifold, Skunk2 Megapower exhaust manifold, Skunk2 test pipe and cat-back exhaust, AEM fuel rail, DSM injectors, Password:JDM intake, Password:JDM shift boot, wire tucked engine bay, 17x7.5 Gram Light 57C's, AEM big brake conversion, 2000 JDM front end conversion, Mugen front lip, Benen Industries tow hooks, ASR subframe brace, Blox LCA's, Skunk2 Pro C adjustable suspension
We like it because: Chris dumped the automatic transmission and took the opportunity to go DOHC VTEC, then kept the ball rolling with some quality upgrades inside and out. Nice!

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