Check out this V8 Swapped RSX: Wait, WHAT?!


I’m sure you all have heard the saying, “There’s no replacement for displacement.” It’s a popular line amongst us car enthusiasts – both of the domestic and import tuning cultures. Whether this statement is true or not depends on the eye of the beholder. What if there was a way to bring both the domestic […] More »

  Comments | By - December 9, 2016

“No Aero” EG Civic Rips Around SoCal Race Track


CHEWERKS, a Los Angeles-based tuning shop, is locally known for the fast Honda track specials that showcase their logo. Today’s subject is no different: a “non-aero” EG Civic that is sitting lap times that make modified S2000’s nervous. Here’s what we know: the car is using a D16 single cam (we’re guessing a Z6) making “about […] More »

  Comments | By - December 9, 2016

Henn Declares NSX Better than LaFerrari

NSX- LaFerrari

Famed Car Collector and Racer Preston Henn Abandons Ferrari Lawsuit but Considers New Legal Action When life gives you lemons, you go and buy an Acura NSX, apparently. Renown car collector Preston Henn, who was once famously denied access to LaFerrari Aperta ownership, has done just that. Henn is a self-made millionaire whose wealth stems from his Florida-based swap […] More »

  Comments | By - December 8, 2016

Honda Motocompos Making a Comeback


Introduced in the ’80s as ‘Trunk Bikes,’ Honda’s Mini-Motorcycles are Becoming a Common Sight in Japan and Australia Honda’s Motocompo is a diminutive two-wheeler that was built in the early 1980s with a 2.5 horsepower air-cooled two-stroke single. The bike was designed from the outset to fit entirely in the trunk of a Honda City […] More »

  Comments | By - December 5, 2016

Acura RLX Sport Hybrid Arrives to U.S. Showrooms

Acura RLX Sport Hybri

What sounds like a spicy all-wheel drive sedan on paper, actually looks like a frumpy and bloated Acura on photos. But still, I wouldn’t quite write this one off until…

  Comments | By - December 1, 2016

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