Make: Nissan Skyline Model: GTR-33 Power: 650+ Torque: 500ftlb Styling: Top Secret Front Bumper Top Secret carbon bonnet Border rear lower splitter Hasami rear carbon blade Garage Defend front slam panel Ganador wing mirrors Engine: HKS Intake with HKS T04Z turbo kit HKS Exhaust manifold HKS SSQV BOV HKS Wastegate
TDi north - Custom Turbo kit Precision 3231e Turbo TDi north custom tubular manifold, downpipe and screamer kit TDi north custom charge cooler kit Custom 3" Exhaust Tial Q BOV Tial W44 wastegate Hondata flashpro with US ECU and boost by gear ID1000 injectors CC stage 4 clutch Wavetrac LSD Stock motor aside from Toda oil pump KW Coilovers Stoptech 330mm brake kit Stoptech lines and ferodo pads all round www.tdi-north.com
The aim of this video is to demonstrate the potential and performance of a K20 swapped Turbocharge equipped, Civic EG.
The video suggests fast driving but this is not the case, speedometer speeds are taken from various quarter mile runs and mixed with road footage for effect. Road footage has been timeremapped to give the illusion of speed.
K20A2 - Stock bottom end
Precision 6262 Turbo
Custom TDi North Sidewinder Manifold
Custom TDi North Downpipe
Custom TDi North Exhaust with Vibrant Backbox
Tial 44mm Wastegate with TDi North "Wing Cannon" Screamer Pipe
XS Power Intercooler
Toda Throttle Body
TDi North Custom Aluminium Boost Pipes
Walbro Intank lifter fuel pump
Bosch 044 in line fuel pump
Injector Dynamics 1000cc Injectors
Skunk2 Composite fuel rail
Custom fuel feed and return lines
US Kpro ECU
Tein Superstreet Coilovers
Eibach Front and Rear Camber Arms
Eibach Rear Toe Adjusters
D2 Rear LCA's
Hybrid Racing Shifter Box
Hybrid Racing Solid Shifter Rods
Competition Clutch Stage 4 with Lightened flywheel
TDi North/Mugen Limited Edition Cam Cover
Tegiwa Half size Rad
Tegiwa Front Strut Brace
Toyo T1R Tyres
SSR Rear Lower Brace
423bhp @ 1 bar boost.
As promised we went back to players! Players 4.0 was the best show of 2010 for me and this year, player 5.0 did not disappoint check out the video and the write up on www.reelmotion.co.uk
Euroville welcome all cars that are influenced by the Euro-theme A friendly chilled out meet All the normal Ace Cafe facilities(food,drink,toilets etc) Our sponsors.... Ash Wheels & Tyres Vinyl Grafx AARC Di-natek PureKLAS PURE Customs BLADE ICE DRIVE-BY-SHOOTERS
Saturday 6th August
Time: 6 -- 11pm
Location - Ace Corner, North Circular Road, Stonebridge, London
Postcode - NW10 7UD
A collection of JDM and UKDM Honda's VW's, Audi's and more at London's best roadside cafe. Ace Cafe was the host for the latest Honda Culture & Friends meet.
The day started out looking dry and bright and SMS were flying round about who was meeting who and at what time.
As I was cleaning the car it started raining in London, fortunately the rain passed quickly and I was able to finish up and set off for the meet with a gleaming car.
There were spots of rain on the way over but as soon as 5pm hit the sun came out and the cars started rolling in.
There was an awesome range of cars that turned up from the German and Japanese marque.
Since the last video i'd bought a couple of new toys for the dslr and they really helped with the filming. Fingers crossed the videos will get better as I get more used to filming with a Dslr and my range of equipment grows.
A collection of JDM and UKDM Honda's at the South Mimms meet, It was the hotest day in June +30degs, bright sunshine, short skirts and windows down, A reciepe for a good meet! Sure enough I was not dissapointed, hundreds of honda's turned up to what is fast becoming, the most popular Honda meet in the UK.
A collection of JDM and UKDM Honda's at the South Mimms meet
Well it's been a year of waiting since the last Japfest at Castle Combe and I can say that it was well worth the wait. Track action, hot girls and a really nice selection of Japanese metal on display. The theme for this show and I sense this whole season in low...
Sunny's Current Spec Sheet: Engine: Stock 2.0L SOHC Vtec Japspeed 4-2-1 stainless steel manifold De-cat with custom exhaust with tdi style tail pipes Custom induction kit Suspension: Rayvern Hydraulics single pump kit modified for front to back and side to side Brakes: 282mm 5 lug conversion Uprated discs and pads
honda integra dc5 fusion motorsport tuned dc5 rsx performance review mugen twinloop vs buddyclub pro spec hondata kpro dyno mapping session vtec vs ivtec explained mapping tutorial Engine Honda K20A Management ECU - Hondata Kpro - chip Exhaust DC Sports 4-1 manifold Decat Mugen Twinloop Transmission Race Spec LSD Suspension Eibach Coilovers (approx -50mm ride height) Brakes Braided Brake lines AP Racing Disks with Aluminium bell Mintex 1144 pads Standard Brembo 4pot Caliper Wheels Rota Fighter 17 x 8 ET45 Tyres Bridgestone RE070 - 225/45/R17 Body modifications NrG Carbon Fibre Spoiler Ings Front Splitter
WHAT IS THE HONDA VTEC CHALLENGE?
The 2011 VTEC Challenge is a new and exciting Race series that will be running in conjunction with BARC - the British Automobile Racing Club and with support from Yokohama Tyres. The series aims to provide an ideal setting for the newcomer to racing to feel welcome, safe and to quickly learn the ropes and come up to speed alongside a mixture of novices and more experienced drivers. With full tyre sponsorship, on-site spares and service support and with a race car available from as little as £5000, the series aims to be a very financially viable series that caters for all Honda enthusiasts.
WHY A NEW SERIES?
Until now, there were only a handful of Hondas racing on the same grid in the UK, but the VTEC Challenge aims to change that with full grids, huge support from the Honda community and plenty of action at premier circuits across the UK. In addition to a group of people already racing Hondas in various race series already, a number of Honda owners had expressed an interest in taking the next step on from trackdays and sprints, and going racing. It was, however, important to keep the same core values that form the ethos behind the track day club, i.e. safety, sociability and value for money.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
A normal race weekend will involve 15 minutes of qualifying, plus two races of at least 15 minutes each so 45 minutes track time in total. We plan to keep things simple running just 5 classes based on engine capacity which will cater for all Honda models. No Forced induction will be allowed, although engine swaps into different models and engine enhancing modifications are all free providing the engine is originally from a Honda production road car. The classes will be as follows
Class A - 2023cc - 2200cc (min 1100kgs) (e.g. H22, Stroked bored B18s and K20s, K24, C32B)
Class B - 1821cc - 2022cc (min 1050kgs) (e.g. K20, F20C, Stroked/bored B18s)
Class C - 1617cc - 1820cc (min 980kgs) (e.g. B18, stroked B16s)
Class D - up to 1616cc (min 880kgs) (e.g. B16, D15, D16)
Tuner Class - any engine size (min 1000kgs)and cars which fall outside the regs of classes A to D
The only permitted tyres for the 2011 VTEC Challenge will be the Yokohama A048, putting everyone on a level playing field. The tyres will be heavily discounted if purchased through the nominated Yokohama supplier, so costs are kept to a minimum.
WHAT ARE THE PROJECTED COSTS?
Apart from the obvious costs such as your Honda Race car, National B race licence and Safety gear, we expect the costs to be around £280 for each Race meeting (Qualifying and 2 races) with an additional one off registration and BARC membership fee of £200 at the beginning of the year which entitles you to entry to the series plus lots of additional benefits.
HOW DO I EXPRESS AN INTEREST?
You can get on the VTEC Challenge forum where all the relevant information will be easily accessible.
The guys at Endless Horizon got in touch to say they were running their Civic up at Shakespeare County Raceway on the 17 October 2010. The roomers were that they were hoping for a competitive time and had been to see Daz & Millsy at DNR Performance Engineering who currently hold the record for the UK's fastest street legal Honda.
Well this was the first time we had been to Players as it predominantly a VW show but rumors were circulating that Honda Culture had been invited. Sure enough we went along and made our presence know in a small patch of the show and shine area.
A collection of JDM and UKDM Honda's from the Offical South Mimms meet June 2010
JapShow 2010 was an action packed, sunny weekend at Santa Pod Raceway.
Supercharged Honda Integra DC5
Not sure on the spec's of this car but it was going very well with a 30mph headwind and +30deg heat
If anyone knows the specs or any information about the car leave the details in the comments
Evo VI - Handling Circuit
Check out Celox Racing's Evo VI ruling the handling circuit at Santa Pod
Jet Car @ JapShow
Jet Car: 10,000 bhp. 336mph. 20,000rpm. 5-second quarter-mile times. These figures sound like pure fantasy, but the Fireforce Jet Car makes them a shocking reality. Don't miss this car out on track, but don't worry, you'll know its coming when you hear the air being torn apart by the massive turbine engine.
Honda Culture Stand
See a selection of the Drift cars doing there thing at Japfest 2010
A feature on Sunny and his Accord will be available on Reelmotion shortly.
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Lucia Coward interviews Mo Stoner from Stoner Racing
18th April 2010 @ Mallory Park The opening two rounds for the Nippon Challenge, Subaru Cup & MR2 Challenge hightlights. Driver Interviews, Qualifying highlights, Race 1 & 2 highlights Leave comments belows