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It was a short six years ago that we featured Tommy Fitzgibbon's amazing reverse-head H22-powered 1995 Honda Odyssey LX minivan, and as much as we'd like to say every story has a happy ending, life just isn't like that.
Lexan has been long recognized as an excellent way to remove weight from quarter-mile warriors and extreme street sleepers. The hurdles limiting its mainstream utilization have been cost and fit. Lexan costs a pretty penny, with a typical 4x8-foot sheet of 1/8-inch thick "non-breakable" Lexan from t
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For years Honda/Acura owners have been using chassis codes to refer to their cars, but because chassis codes can vary based on a number of factors, there's a good chance that they've been using the wrong labels