It might be because you're cheap. Or maybe it's because you don't trust your Honda Civic Si in the hands of the gas station apprentice. It doesn't really matter. Doing things yourself is almost always a good thing.
As a group, sport compact enthusiasts tend to spend a lot of money trying to achieve perfect handling in their rides. It's common to find vehicles sporting every kind of aftermarket juice available-springs, shocks, tie bars, anti-roll bars, polyurethane bushin
John Romero and AEM endeavor to build a Civic that'll streak across the Bonneville Salt Flats to world-record glory while maintaining many of its creature comforts. first stop on this ambitious project: JD Performance for the setup of rollover protection in th
We knew we'd hit the jackpot when we learned all those many months ago that the magazine's art director would be Ti Tong, not because he's exceedingly talented, which he is, but because homie drives a 2001 S2000. A staffer for a Honda mag who drives the compan
Honda Tuning takes you through the ins and outs of assembling a grassroots road/circuit racecar by constructing one for our own sinister ends. Tech ed. Greg Leone performs the buildup, this month going over all the ways to stay alive in the event the worst hap
In the past we've been told that it takes three people to build a racecar: one to design it, one to build it and one to tell the first two when to stop. In other words, it's easy to over-build a racecar. We know from personal experience; in our case, what star
But our resident B-list MTV celeb Greg Leone has finally scraped together enough parts and put aside enough time to proceed forward and complete the cage, as well as get the suspension mounting points dialed.
Honda Tuning demystifies the effort and expense that go into creating a competitive all-motor drag car by building our own CRX racer. For chapter one we cover weight reduction, roll bar installation, and the first step to squeezing the most out of our GS-R pow
The suspension changes made to the seventh generation "EM" Civic have rubbed a lot of people in the aftermarket the wrong way. It has little to do with technical snobbery. Sure, it'd be nice to have double wishbones on all four corners, but the new MacPherson
Keith Buglewicz –
May 1, 2002
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