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1993 Honda Civic hatchback, built sleeved turbo D16Z6 604WHP/385WTQ Street/Strip

1993 Honda Civic

Make: Honda
Model: Civic
Trim: DX Hatchback 3-Door
Year: 1993
Mileage: 100
VIN: 2HGEH2364PH522812
Color: Teal
Fuel: E85
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: FWD
Interior color: Gray
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Saint Paul Park, Minnesota, United States

Description for Honda Civic 1993

I am selling my built 1993 Honda Civic hatchback after 7+ years of ownership. 4 different built setups. and many trips down the track and down the highway. The current setup was completed summer of 2014 and dynoed at 604whp (wheel horse power) and 385wtq (wheel torque). That equates to roughly 755hp and 481tq that the engine produces with a 20% loss from the flywheel to the wheels. All of this out of a 1. 6L SOHC D16Z6 engine. This is a turn-key. track ready car. The interior has been gutted and only has the dash (everything behind it has been removed). driver seat. door panels. and 8-point roll cage. It is tuned on E85 at boost is at 26-27 psi. The turbo is efficient to the 35 psi or so range and the fuel system should be able to support this as well (details below in the parts list). I have over $18. 00 invested in parts cost; this doesn't include the car itself. labor. or tuning. I would say an easy $25. 00 total. maybe more. has been invested. My opening bid is set low at approximately 1/3 of just the parts cost. I will consider trades of comparable value. preferably classic American cars or RHD imports (no conversions). You must be willing to come to Cottage Grove. MN to make the trade. E-mail me with details and pictures if you make me a trade offer. Dyno Video (new setup): Track Video (old setup - sorry about the horrible quality): I ran a best time of 10. 8x @ 128 mph on the old setup (video shows a 10. 9x @ 129 mph pass). It was at 474whp and 350wtq. Best trap speed was 133 mph on that old setup. The new setup should be capable of high 9s to low 10s. Build Sheet Engine block: Golden Eagle sleeved and o-ringed D16Z6 block 78mm (1. 7L) - $1200 Arias 78mm custom spec pistons – 10:1 with upgraded skirts and wrist pin - $650 Eagle H-beam rods - $350 ACL race bearings - $110 OEM head gasket - $55 OEM oil pump - $150 OEM timing belt - $45 OEM timing belt tensioner - $55 OEM water pump - $70 Total: $2. 85 Engine cylinder head: D16Z6 ported with 5 angle valve job - $1. 00 Bisimoto 3. 6 billet camshaft - $480 Supertech oversized black nitride intake valves - $300 Supertech oversized Inconel exhaust valves - $400 Supertech valve springs. retainers. guides. and seals - $450 Unorthodox Racing 5 bolt adjustable cam gear - $110 Total: $2. 40Misc. engine parts needed: $500 Bolt-ons/Fuel/Turbo/Misc. : Golden Eagle intake manifold - $680 Golden Eagle fuel rail - $125 Injector Dynamics 2000cc injectors (flow tested at 2200cc) - $960 Precision 6262 turbo - $1. 75 RLD Fab ram horn manifold - $500 Full Blown Motorsports intercooler piping - $300 Full Blown Motorsports 70mm throttle body - $100 Full Blown Motorsports “Superman” catch can - $150 Full Blown Motorsports dual fuel pump setup with pumps - $600 Precision 600HP intercooler - $400 Full Blown Motorsports stainless turbo back exhaust – straight pipe with a flex section at end of downpipe - $200 Turbosmart Race Port blow-off valve - $280 Tial 38mm wastegate with open dump tube - $230 4 Bar Omni MAP sensor - $100 Omni TPS - $30 OEM distributor - $150 OEM spark plug wires - $60 NGK spark plugs - $10 Competition Clutch twin disc - $1. 50 Hondata S300 - $600 Hallman Pro manual boost controller - $90 Mishimoto dual core aluminum radiator with slim fan - $270 AEM wideband with AEM gauge - $170 Autometer oil pressure and boost gauges - $160 Proform shift light - $50 S&W Race Cars 8-point roll cage - $500 Grant GT steering wheel (made in Italy) - $150 Apexi turbo timer - $30 Skunk2 drag coilovers on new OE replacement shocks/struts - $480 JK Motorsports traction bar - $150 Innovative solid billet motor mounts - $275 FuelLab firewall mounted fuel pressure regulator and fuel filter - $240 Comp V2 wheels and M/T 24. 5” slicks - $740 Blox rear lower control arms - $110 Viper alarm with additional features – info given to buyer only! - $600 Stock d-series transmission and axles. hold up fine if you preload properly. I haven’t broken an axle or transmission in 3 seasons of racing. - $250 Total: $11. 65