It’s been said that in order to properly move forward, one must look back, and in a late-night strike of luck (while planning for the issue) we realized that this installment, big number 21, marks a great achievement in PC magazine history.
Thinking About A Nose JobI have a 1988 CRX DX and I'm interested in a JDM front end conversion. Will a JDM EF8/SiR front bumper mate with my '88 Rex? I assume I'll need a matching bumper support and maybe a radiator support. What else will I need?Chester B. BellSt. Louis, MO
For many young enthusiasts, the college years can be a difficult stretch of life. For students like Walter Franco, who is enrolled at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, Calif., 1,100 miles from home, it means extended separation from his most valued possession: an '89 CRX Si. We've been there
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
Sure, Mike Senato's '89 Honda CR-X may be a juiced up drag car with sponsor support, but that hasn't always been the case. Before Flex-A-Lite (FAL) joined the party and helped transform the car into what it is today, Mike was working and racing the CR-X entire
Take your picka USDM car outfitted with JDM parts or a pure JDM car freshly unloaded off an ocean container shipment? Ever since the JDM craze first erupted in Y2K, there has always been a dispute on which form of art is more impressive (along with the d