You have a car and you want a change. You’ve got the money. Good. The first step would be to take your car to a professional tuner. Or do you just work with your hand, as only you know about “what’s in your hand not lie”.
In the same way of thinking is the owner of this Civic EG5 1.6. In 2000 he started working alone and with their hands on his car. The result is more than the measure.
The engine received so many national new (forged pistons and connecting rods, turbine, an enlarged and modified exhaust route) and a control unit of the K-Pro ECU, enabling the automatic increase in turbo boost pressure from 0.6 to 1.0 bar, respectively from 230 hp to 300 hp.
Given the need for control and stability of the car, it opted for a set of D2 Racing suspension and a six-piston brake kit, all D2.
300 HP Honda Civic EG5
Regarding the outside, the owner is not deemed necessary fireworks, keeping the JDM style as original as possible. We find several discrete elements such as front bumper lip, rear spoiler Spoon thresholds and carbon. Headlights and taillights were replaced with some aftermarket.
In interior, discrete changes are found in items such as Tenzo seats, Momo steering wheel, aluminum shifter Skunk2 walnut, and watches of EEA pole needed to emphasize performance.
I’m not saying that is the most fantastic project ever seen, but is living proof that passion and the will when you can get many beautiful things, without throwing money out the window.