Honda Tuning demystifies the effort and expense that go into creating a competitive all-motor drag car by building a CRX racer. This month engine builder Erick Aguilar continues putting together out N/A GS-R plant, reminding us that cleanliness is next to god
Honda Tuning demystifies the effort and expense that go into creating a competitive all-motor drag car by building our own CRX racer. This month NDRA ruler Erick Aguilar gives up some secrets, while the Serenity team starts squaring away the aero package. comr
One of the most misunderstood and feared aspects of racing with aftermarket parts is tuning. Without proper tuning, even the most carefully built motor will go postal. For some people, tuning means magnetizing their car and driving through Pep Boys for the lat
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 goes into creating a competitive all-motor drag CRX. Chapter deux takes us first to cylinder head doc Joe Alaniz, then to the Progress Group for race suspension tuning.
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
Project CRX has been in hibernation. Originally we planned to build it into an all-purpose streetcar that could tear up a mountain road, blast down a dragstrip, and zip around Southern California's freeways. We started with a tired, old beater, dropped it off
Long-time readers of Sport Compact Car may recall the introduction to our Project CRX Hybrid. Actually, it wasn't that long ago, only seven months. Yes, this is part two of a series that debuted in the December 2000 issue. So where has the car been all this ti
There are a few things that are always true with cars. More power is always better, for example. Less weight, however, is even more important. All horsepower can do is get you into trouble faster. Light weight, however, helps handling, braking and acceleration