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Stephen Kenneally’s ’94 Acura Integra
Go-fast Bits LS bottom end; 9:1 JE Pistons; Eagle H-beam connecting rods; stock port B18C cylinder head; Omnipower dual valvesprings and titanium retainers; stock LS transmission; Competition Clutch Stage 4 clutch; Garrett T3/T4 57 trim 0.63AR 4-bolt; SpeedFactory mini ram-style manifold, catch can; 2.5-inch aluminum charge piping; 29x9x3-inch bar and plate Intercooler; 3-inch turboback “straight pipe” exhaust; custom muffler; 16x7-inch +43mm Enkei RPF1 wheels; Ground Control coilover sleeves; Tokico Illumina shocks
Why You Chose This Platform I’ve loved Integras since I was 14 years old, so I got one when I turned 16 and began modifying it right away because I knew its potential. I’m now 19, and over the past three years I’ve worked hard and this is how it sits now in my garage while I’m at college!
Numbers 415 whp and 307 wtq at 19 psi
Props/Thanks To SpeedFactory Tuning and Race Fabrication
Jeremiah Lancaster’s ’78 Datsun 280Z
Go-fast Bits Rebuilt L28 currently at 12,000 miles; 2.5-inch exhaust; K&N intake and filter; New FI ECU; Tokico struts; 1-inch lowering springs; all-new polyurethane suspension bushings; BRE air dam, 3-piece rear spoiler; 300 lbs of weight removed; fiberglass 240Z front bumper and rear skirt; headlight covers; 15x7-inch König Rewind wheels; Goodyear tires
Why You Chose This Platform I owned this car for eight years as a completely stock daily driver. For the last two years, it’s been a rolling restoration aimed at improving performance while maintaining driveability and reliability. Why this car? Just look at it — it doesn’t get any better than a Z!