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Guest Grant Howarth

Hmm, thought I'd stick my urban terrorizer up. Had my Aygo for about 3 years now and can't pick many faults esp cause it does 50+ mpg which with todays fuel prices is awesome.

 

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Not very terrorizing huh?

 

Well at least I can park in tiny spaces haha :) + my road tax is awesome.

 

 

:]

 

When i'm not driving that I'm cycling my Giant GSR FS Alux :]

 

[Edit - resized, down to 800x600 pixels, didn't realise they were so large @ only 300kb.]

 

Funnily enough, since this photograph was taken (yesterday) and uploaded onto this website all my wheel trims have been stolen... was this an act of vengeance Cash68? :) Why would anyone want to steal Aygo wheel trims? haha!

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Holy crap man can you PLEASE resize those pictures? Good christ dude.

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Guest aldo56

Here is my n/a silver 94 Honda Civic Esi.

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Current spec is:

Suspension:

55mm Pi Springs

DC2 Shocks

DC2 Rear LCAs

No Name Camber Kit

Refurbed by me 15" Alloys

4x195.50.15 Yokohama Parada Spec 2 Tyres

Uprated Redex Brake Pads

Front and Rear Cusco Strut Braces

 

Engine:

D16z6 Vtec Single Cam Engine

K&N Drop in Filter

Resinator Air Box Delete

Bisimoto Stage 2 Camshaft

Bisimoto Uprated Valve Springs

P29 High Compression Pistons

Japspeed 4-2-1 Exhaust Manifold

Decat

Mozart 2.25" Cat Back Exhaust

Custom catch tank

 

Interior:

Cobra Monaco Bucket Seats on custom runners

 

Exterior:

Some rust

Jap style number plate

JDM stickers

JDM Amber indicators

Custom rear tow hook

 

Not bad for a student build!

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Guest Siona

Well, I passed my driving test a couple of weeks ago so I can finally add to this thread! This is my first car - Ugly as sin, but an awesome little car!

 

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Here is my n/a silver 94 Honda Civic Esi.

IMG_0328.jpg

 

Current spec is:

Suspension:

55mm Pi Springs

DC2 Shocks

DC2 Rear LCAs

No Name Camber Kit

Refurbed by me 15" Alloys

4x195.50.15 Yokohama Parada Spec 2 Tyres

Uprated Redex Brake Pads

Front and Rear Cusco Strut Braces

 

Engine:

D16z6 Vtec Single Cam Engine

K&N Drop in Filter

Resinator Air Box Delete

Bisimoto Stage 2 Camshaft

Bisimoto Uprated Valve Springs

P29 High Compression Pistons

Japspeed 4-2-1 Exhaust Manifold

Decat

Mozart 2.25" Cat Back Exhaust

Custom catch tank

 

Interior:

Cobra Monaco Bucket Seats on custom runners

 

Exterior:

Some rust

Jap style number plate

JDM stickers

JDM Amber indicators

Custom rear tow hook

 

Not bad for a student build!

 

Nice. I built an 89 Accord LX a while ago, loved that car. Not fast, but very fun to drive, loved the suspension so much on it. Why are you playing with a D series 1.6 liter though? I mean... wouldn't a stockish b18 be faster? I currently have an 89 Prelude Si with 4ws... it's bone stock except for a thermal R&D catback, and a huge front swaybar. The car is insane.

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Guest AutomóvilVerde
Why drive when you can ride & sketch :thumbsup:

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yeah! that's the way to go!

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Guest sambucus

Here's mine. Up to 9 mph, which feel like even 10, because there is no such thing as suspension :]

 

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Guest jonarves

This is my current car, and I think this is my 9th car over the years.

I am an minimalist by nature, and this is definitely my favorite car so far! I just love it! :D

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Less is more!

It's speedy, easy to drive, fuel efficient, no extra electronic rubbish that can go wrong...

It even got a little scratch and a bump on the right side, so the paintwork is ruined, and I don't have to worry about it.

Just brilliant!

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Guest indy2878
Here is my n/a silver 94 Honda Civic Esi.

IMG_0328.jpg

 

Current spec is:

Suspension:

55mm Pi Springs

DC2 Shocks

DC2 Rear LCAs

No Name Camber Kit

Refurbed by me 15" Alloys

4x195.50.15 Yokohama Parada Spec 2 Tyres

Uprated Redex Brake Pads

Front and Rear Cusco Strut Braces

 

Engine:

D16z6 Vtec Single Cam Engine

K&N Drop in Filter

Resinator Air Box Delete

Bisimoto Stage 2 Camshaft

Bisimoto Uprated Valve Springs

P29 High Compression Pistons

Japspeed 4-2-1 Exhaust Manifold

Decat

Mozart 2.25" Cat Back Exhaust

Custom catch tank

 

Interior:

Cobra Monaco Bucket Seats on custom runners

 

Exterior:

Some rust

Jap style number plate

JDM stickers

JDM Amber indicators

Custom rear tow hook

 

Not bad for a student build!

 

 

 

 

Hey, sweet ride! Take good care of it....

 

I used to be into modded JDM cars 12 years ago....

 

If I had that particular car, I would drop in a B18C5 from an Integra Type-R (U.S. Spec) + GT35R turbo + mods to the engine internals to handle that power....

and some Limited Slips of course.....

 

I used to have an Integra GSR VTEC, but now would rather get 1:18 scale model WRC cars... :-)

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I just recently finished a frame off restoration of a 1967 VW Beetle! I love this cute little car. It's simple design is so cutting edge even in today's standards! I think simple is better, especially when gas prices keep going higher and higher everyday.

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