1995 Honda Civic
Owner: mario (b18mario95)
Date Added: 11/29/2006
Date Updated: 07/20/2010
Ride Specs
Engine

STOLEN!

Interior

STOLEN

Exterior

Stock

Wheels/Tires

GSR blades

Supension/Braking

TEIN coil Springs

Audio/Electronics

Alpine Head UNit

Future Mods

All Ready got just waiting on more parts T3/T4 Garet Turbo Kit.. stock internal so ill be pushing no more than 10 PSI..

Comments
Posted By: jay_sin
Date: 02/02/2007
thanks for the invite to race but i got rid of this car more than a few years ago... i run a 2003 Evolution 8 now. sori

Posted By: blackcivic
Date: 01/20/2007
Nice ride. What was the total cost of that swap, and did u get the tranny as well? And the turbo...omg u already have like half of my future mods lol. Sweet whip dude

Posted By: inferno
Date: 01/17/2007
10 PSI on stock internals ...............your crazy

Posted By: 93hondacivic
Date: 01/04/2007
so when u gona turbo that thing man?????? i bet it be HELLA fast dudde lol....i wish i could get a b18 or something but im always so low on cash lol....im a broke ass man lol

Posted By: FerioKIDd
Date: 01/02/2007
Lookin good buddy turbo looks sexy pffft payce bro

Posted By: CivicDuty
Date: 12/31/2006
absolutley, you can use the act clutch with a stock pressure plate, but stock pressure plates dont have the increased pressure for better shifts like the act or other aftermarket pressure plates, But you will still feel the difference with just the upgraded clutch

Posted By: horrse
Date: 12/31/2006
yeah you technically could use a stock pressure plate with the 4 puck but it wouldn't help much. You might get a little more grip but it wouldn't be as good as getting a new and stronger pressure plate. Check to see if the pads of the 4 puck line up well with the clamping surface of the pressure plate, I've never tried it myself.

Posted By: triumphite
Date: 12/31/2006
Hey Mario,



I think you asked the wrong guy about the clutch. I can't answer that question.



Nice wheels, BTW. Look good on that model year.

Posted By: CivicDuty
Date: 12/27/2006
sweet motor, like the boost idea, just becarful, high boost with high compression pistons, run lower than 10 lbs, or if you dont want to completley rebuild your block and want to run 10-12 lbs of boost, get a head gasket that lowers compression, should only take a nice saturday afternoon to do.

Posted By: horrse
Date: 12/13/2006
hey I've heard similar stories bout ebay chinese made turbo's but I've heard that if you use a oil restrictor, you should be okay. Some have had good success with it so it's the luck of the draw I guess.

Posted By: GOTTILINE
Date: 12/12/2006
nice swap

Posted By: lVlemphizStylez
Date: 12/12/2006
That looks like an EBAY brand turbo (Definately not a Garrett b/c they say it on the compressor housing)...Have fun with that...it will come apart and the oil seals will go..Literally come out in two pieces from the oil pressure..

Posted By: horrse
Date: 12/11/2006
looks like the swap came out good, what all do you got left on the turbo kit to get. The hood don't look bad, probably match a body kit'd car more.



p.s. don't take advice from the Freak cause doesn't know what he's talking about. haha

Posted By: C.FREAK69
Date: 12/09/2006
looks ok... i gest its bcause i dont like the hood!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!







p.s. dont take comments from horrse..

Posted By: Chris Styles
Date: 12/06/2006
really nice motor... lose tha hood...



much props...



C.Styles

Posted By: horrse
Date: 12/06/2006
Not much i can really recommend until I know where you're heading. But looks like you got a nice manifold so don't ghetto the rest. Do a clean swap and keep it clean.

Posted By: triumphite
Date: 12/01/2006
I agree, need some more pics. Looks nice from here.

Posted By: horrse
Date: 11/30/2006
sounds like a nice setup, lets see more pics and daytime pics.