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1998 Honda Civic - Back On Track - Project Civic
We finally get to shake down our Civic after nearly a year’s worth of new upgrades.
Nate HasslerFeb 20, 2012
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1998 Honda Civic - Dialing It All In - Project Civic
The long road to Super Lap Battle draws to a close.
Nate HasslerDec 6, 2011
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1998 Honda Civic - Fuel The Fire - Project Civic
We tackle a much-needed fuel system upgrade and install gauges to monitor vital engine parameters.
Nate HasslerSep 29, 2011
1998 Honda Civic - Better, Stronger & (Hopefully) Faster - Project Civic
As track preparations continue, the gap between street car and race car narrows.
Nate HasslerAug 31, 2011
1998 Honda Civic - The Long And Winding Road - Project Civic
An unexpected problem throws a wrench into our track day plans
Nate HasslerJul 7, 2011
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1998 Honda Civic - Back From The Dead - Project Civic
We dust off the cobwebs, perform some maintenance and hit the track.
Nate HasslerMay 19, 2011
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2008 Honda Civic Si Sedan - Project Si: The Bolt-on Bruiser, Pt. 2
Tuning with Doug MacMillan Of Hondata
RodrezMar 23, 2011
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1988 Honda Civic - Introducing Project Backmarker
Our old project 1988 Honda Civic received a black paint job and some much needed new wheels. Check out the progress here.
Andy HopeJun 9, 2009
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Project Civic Vs. Project Nsx - Tech
Project Civic Vs. Project Nsx - Tech
Jay ChenApr 1, 2008
1995 Honda Civic EX - Project Street
Single slam Civics need love too.
Feb 21, 2006
1999 Honda Civic Si - Project Flamed Civic
There are three people responsible for my roll bar obsession. They are Bob Falfa of Modesto, California and Bo and Luke Duke of Hazzard County, Georgia. If it wasn't for these three men, I never would have called Art Morrison (www.artmorrison.com) and ordered up one of its bolt-in four-point bars fo
Sep 1, 2003
2002 Honda Civic Si Skunk2 Project - Heading In The Right Direction
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
Ricky ChuJul 1, 2003
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Project Honda Civic Si: Part 1
Our Project Honda Civic Si began life back in 1999 when I worked for Popular Mechanics magazine. I was given the assignment of modifying the car for that year's SEMA show. The editor of the magazine wanted the car to be a modern interpretation of the classic h
Henry DeKuyperAug 20, 2002
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Project Honda Civic EG: Part VI
Little black boxes. Little black boxes lying to each other and to the ECU, tricking the system into thinking everything's OK and you need a little less timing or a lot more fuel.
Jared HolsteinAug 16, 2002
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Project Honda Civic EG: Part 5
Sitting pretty, carving lanes and braking late, Project Civic was still poseur slow. Rather than try to squeeze horribly uninteresting and meager power out of the stock engine, we chose the ubiquitous B16 for its low price, ease of installation and Chevy 350-l
Jared HolsteinJul 16, 2002
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Project Honda Civic EG: Part 1
The EG Civic, available from the 1992 through the 1995 model year, was offered in three body styles (two-door, four-door, hatchback) and five trim levels, for a total of nine different possible combinations. For simplicity's sake, we are going to focus on the
Jared HolsteinJul 16, 2002
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Project Honda Civic EG: Part 2
At the end of their quest, most used-car shoppers emerge a bit bamboozled, slightly scathed, and definitely poorer. I wish I could say we did better. Holding well-worn Honda keys high, we return as victorious, but tired, hunters from the urban used-car jungle.
Jared HolsteinJul 16, 2002
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Project Honda Civic EG: Part 3
We bought, we researched, we built. Or maybe we haggled poorly, prayed for proper fitment, and bled and swore profusely. Whatever we did, our Civic now kicks ass. In the last installment of Project EG Civic (SCC, Dec. '01), you saw the little blue Raggedy Ann
Jared HolsteinJul 16, 2002
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Project Honda Civic EG: Part 4
With Project Civic looking mean and clean, we desperately needed to address the suspension and brakes. Tired shocks suspended in sagging springs bounced the hatchback down the freeway like a basketball, while offering practically zero roll control-- factory an
Jared HolsteinJul 16, 2002
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Our Garage
Read this article by Super Street Magazine from Our Garage about the Different Styles Of Building Cars for two different purposes.
Jonathan WongJul 1, 2000
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