Most car guys dream of finding that untouched gem in some little old lady's garage. For Honda enthusiasts, it's that EF or EA Civic with 5,000 original miles on it, driven only to the local market and to church on Sunday.
Read about Alex Nguyen's clean and fast 1997 Honda Prelude. Dropped more than two inches and rolling on Mugen wheels this car is subtle yet aggresive. Pictures and story only from Honda Tuning Magazine.
Visiting manufacturers and performance shops are a big part of how we spend our time here at Turbo. We build these relationships so we can be close to the action and can be the first to hear about new products. The performance shops tell us if the new products are a piece of crap or work damn well.
The scene, if you can imagine, is nearly dark. A terrible combination of rap music and bad 80's rock ballads are blasting through the speakers, strobes are popping off left and right, and Amber Jung, a saucy young female who has joined us on this year's Tour i
If you had a chance to get $10,000-worth of parts for your engine, what would you do? That's the question we asked our hundreds of thousands of readers. Would that be a dream come true or what? Think about it for a couple of minutes. Not only is $10,000 a lot
We won't deny it. Our industry is a boy's world: Women are objectified, "what's grosser than gross?" jokes run rampant, and talk about getting laid is a necessity, not an option. Since we were kids, we've been conditioned to play with cars, look up girls' skir
Most enthusiasts agree that building your car is not an exact science. You can do all of the research, ask all of the questions, and study all the catalogs, but chances are you'll miss something along your path to performance nirvana. This reality is what make
It's Sunday afternoon. The Rams just worked a below par 49ers team in what was an anti-climatic face off for the divisional lead. Rather than flip over to see what I can catch on Speedvision I have, regrettably, turned off the box and transported my ass to the computer to spew out this month's Initi
At nearly any import show across the country, from Miami to Long Beach, you can safely predict the proportion of cars to be 7080 percent Integras and Civics. Some of these cars are so impressively and radically done that theyre barely recognizable