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Screech

M –38
Newport, North Carolina
United States

 
 

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1986 Honda Civic Si (Daily Driver)

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About

Bought the car 12/26/2007. Was told it has head problems and no major rust. Found the opposite to be true. Once I drove the car it just sounded like a lawn mower (partly thanks to the rusted exhaust) to me and felt gutless compared to my B20Z power 86 Si.

Specs

Stock EW4 rated at 91HP

Factory Options

AC, rear mud flaps, rear cargo cover

Mods

99 CR-V headunit with custom wiring for illumination (illuminates like it would in the CR-V even though the 86 Civic didn't support this.
Cruise Control from an Integra worked into the car, only the master switch is for the Civic (just not from the US).
Energy Suspension bushing kit.
Medievil Pro (tein) dampener set.

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Got an autocross race this weekend and since there is no telling when I'll have the funds to finish CI2-VIC I decided to put some the the parts for that car on this one. Major parts being the Medievil Pro dampener set. I do plan to remove them later when...

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OMG MPGs!!

I drove to a remote work site and when I got home noticed I'd been 440 miles since my last gas fill, so I filled it and only needed 9.5 gallons. Getting about 46 MPG on that tank. This is more than normal, but was more highway than normal with the work trip...

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Still going

Great weather today. Drove out to pick-n-pull with a friend. Not much for me there, but pulling parts for my mom's truck got me in the mode to work on my car. Replaced a couple interior pieces with some extras I had around in better condition.

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