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B20 Safe On Boost?Let me start by saying thanks for staying true to the scene and not fronting like the rest of the mags out there. If it wasn't for your mag, I wouldn't have fallen in love with Hondas from the start. I own a '92 Integra with a B20 VTEC. It's mostly stock except for an Edelbrock Vic
HT: Why'd you build this car? WC: Well, this was something I bought just to drive and save gas. But it was just temptation, I guess. All the aftermarket stuff for it, you know? I knew I could get good aftermarket stuff for it though, maybe not like a Toyota o
It's always nice to follow a project car from beginning to end, quite emotional really. Almost like when Nads cried for a week after the final episode of his favorite Persian soap opera aired. Actually, it's more like the story Jonny tells us about how he spen
Automatic transmissions are often viewed as the red-headed stepchildren of automotive performance. They suck power from an engine, don't provide the control of a manual, and are generally looked down upon.
Drop the clutch on the new Civic Si and four very meaningful numbers pop to mind: 111; 7000; 132 and 5000. One of the biggest shortcomings of the immensely popular 1999-2000 Civic Si was its torque curve, which peaked at a miserly 111 lb-ft at a stratospheric 7000 rpm. The new Civic delivers nearly
Mar 5, 2002
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What begins as an itch to lower your car's ride height, turns into a full-blown coilover installation. We should all be familiar with the thought process—because let's face it, wheel gap is just unattractive.