“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

Clarion Builds’ Supercharged Acura NSX Joins the Fray!

Clarion Stereo has had something of a history in building “project” cars. Their current ride is a 1991 Acura NSX sporting 210,000 miles, which has been restored and improved with the end result being the ultimate street-use sportscar. The restoration has been comprehensive, but here are some highlights. A late-model 3.2 engine swap (said engine is […] More »

  Comments | By - November 30, 2016

Honda S2000 vs. Subaru BRZ: Street and Track Showdown

This is Honda-Tech, so we already know your answer when it comes to the “S2000 vs. [insert sports cars here]” argument. However, say you have a friend who wants something sporty and fun to drive, in the neighborhood of $20,000. That kind of money will buy a mint, later-model AP2 Honda S2000, or it could […] More »

  Comments | By - November 29, 2016

Los Angeles Auto Show: New Civic Si Fails to Impress

Yes, the Honda-tech/Internet Brands team has been at the Los Angeles Auto Show this week. Prepare yourself for the hot takes, because here we go: The new Civic Si “prototype” (read: 99.9% production ready) was unveiled in Los Angeles, and we were collectively disappointed. Perhaps disappointed is too sharp, but the feeling of “ehh, sure” […] More »

  Comments | By - November 18, 2016

Reminder: The Honda S2000 is a Great Sportscar

The last shining light before Honda’s dark age, the S2000 represented that little bit of Honda magic that ol’ Soichiro Honda would’ve signed off on. Upon it’s release, it was touted as a technical marvel; producing 120 horsepower per liter of displacement and screaming to 9000RPM in the process. The later AP2 cars traded a […] More »

  Comments | By - November 14, 2016

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