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HOW TO: INSTALL ASR SUBFRAME BRACE W/ SWAYBAR, A SS CLUTCH LINE, and SOME OTHER TRACK PREP ESSENTIALS.

HOW TO: INSTALL ASR SUBFRAME BRACE W/ SWAYBAR, A SS CLUTCH LINE, and SOME OTHER TRACK PREP ESSENTIALS.

I’m sure you’re thinking that I’m crazy for doing a “How to” write up for installing an ASR sub frame brace and sway bar, Like how daft could I be? But before you go off talking a bunch of shit, or unfollowing me… Let me explain. You see, when you first get an ASR sway bar/brace box and open it up, you are immediately overwhelmed by the amount of hardware that is required to install everything. It’s truly amazing how…

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K SWAP GUIDE (part one) RBC/RRC manifold, Throttle body tech, K-tuned adjustable EP3 pulley

K SWAP GUIDE (part one) RBC/RRC manifold, Throttle body tech, K-tuned adjustable EP3 pulley

For the first installment of the multi part k swap guide, I’m going to discuss fitting an RBC/RRC manifold, and installing a K-tuned adjustable EP3 pulley. I know that doesn’t sound like a lot, but trust me there are some important things I’ll be going over as well as some tips and tricks to make your life a little easier. For anyone that is doing a K swap I would recommend getting an RBC intake manifold, not only does it…

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K SWAP GUIDE (THE PROLOGUE)

K SWAP GUIDE (THE PROLOGUE)

About 2 years ago Patrick and I were at our local track (Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch) in Pahrump NV.  I was having a great day driving at my peak, while Pat was trying to work through some minor issues. Once he had worked all the kinks out he managed to get a few laps in before catastrophe struck! He pulled off the track into our pit and as he pulled close you could hear the unmistakable sound of rod knock….

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Hybrid Racing Shifter Review and Install

Hybrid Racing Shifter Review and Install

In today’s world of social media, we have become so used to validating someone’s credibility by basing how many followers they have to how knowledgeable they are. It’s the same thing as sports players that endorse products. Like I’m supposed to believe that because someone drinks red bull, they are good at what they do. If that were the case then we could all just drink red bull and be super stars. A Social Media Influencer is defined as:  a…

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HONDA FIT UPGRADES (J’s muffler, Takeda cold air intake, and camber bolts)

HONDA FIT UPGRADES (J’s muffler, Takeda cold air intake, and camber bolts)

Angies been bit badly by the modification bug! Now that she has her own car thats worth fixing up, she’s going ham. As we all know too well, once you start modifying your car there is a never ending domino effect of parts that you need to keep adding. She started with the wheels, then it looked funny because the car wasn’t lowered. She ordered swift springs to make it look better, and improve performance. Next up were window visors,…

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Track Day Prep

Track Day Prep

The terms track inspired, track build, or even track stance have no doubt been gaining  popularity over the last few years. This is all apart of the scenes evolution, and people trying to be different or stay relevant by having a “track car” that is insanely built but will never see the track. Or, it only does one day at the track never getting close to its full potential and then all of a sudden it’s justifiably a track car….

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Budget Big Brake Kit

Budget Big Brake Kit

When most people think about building a car, the first thing they usually do is power, then handling, and braking always tends to get pushed on the back burner. However if you actually take your car to a track day event, you will quickly learn how having adequate braking is more important than power. Just because your brakes “feel” good on the street doesn’t mean that they will work well under harsh track driving conditions. No one better understands this…

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Catch can tech, how to, theories, and install on S2000

Catch can tech, how to, theories, and install on S2000

Lets talk catch cans, and why you need one.  A catch can, put simply will help relieve excess crank case pressure that has built up in your engine. This excess pressure is caused by blow by. Blow by is the small amount of air that will sneak past your piston rings during the compression stroke of the engine. All engines get blow by, new and old. This is why all cars come equipped with a PCV (positive crankcase ventilation) system…

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F20/H22 complete cooling system upgrade civic chassis specific (nate’s car)

F20/H22 complete cooling system upgrade civic chassis specific (nate’s car)

About a year ago Nate bought his 92 F20B swapped civic SI, and since then we have been slowly fixing up what the previous owners had done poorly. Ever since he bought the car there has been small pin hole leak in the radiator. It was nothing to worry about, just would drip a couple of drops out while driving splashing coolant drops on various parts under the hood. As many of you should know, the cooling system is a…

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everything you need to know about extended balljoints, including how to install them

everything you need to know about extended balljoints, including how to install them

Im sure many of you are here because you want to learn a bit more about the black art of suspension geometry. More specifically roll center, and if you really need to install extended balljoints or (roll center adjusters) on your car. I’ll try my best to explain it as simply as possible, and help you better understand how impactful these extended ball joints can be on your cars handling characteristics. Do you need these for you car? The short…

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