1992 Honda Civic SI-R
Owner: Ronny Wancowicz (honda1997?)
Date Added: 12/13/2002
Ride Specs

DOHC VTEC 4 Cylinder 16 Valve
• Hydraulic Transmission
• Redline: 8200 rpm
• Diplacement: 1595cc
• Torque: 116 lb-ft@7300
• Horse Power: 190hp@7800
• Compression Ratio: 10.4:1
•MSD ignition
•AEM cam gears
•DC SPORT headers


Momo steering wheel with blue trim and a silver and black shifter nob. japanese 1994+ Integra Seats
HP racing big boy kit


Wings West style Invader body kit with grillmirrors
a BMW M3 style replicas, with side markers on them


CSA's, 16 inch, 8 Star, the color is silver,
low pro.BFGgoocrich


coil overs
performance struts


(2) 15" X MAX
1 2500 watt JBL AMP
XPLOD deck

Future Mods

Drynitrous kit
EMS Tuning system
Carbon fiber hood
Strut tower braces

Posted By: lVlemphizStylez
Date: 01/22/2005
an h22 is being dropped in there cause he has a torqueless wonder....and yes torque is important...its not just to be cool...it actually moves your car from a dig...

Posted By: Plasmex
Date: 05/29/2004
hes not going to loose anything, he doesnt have a/c or powersteering anyways.. none the less nice car! h22 will make your front end really heavy and probably drive poorly, but im sure it'll be fast

Posted By: Gamedon
Date: 02/10/2004
I would race with that bodykit

Posted By: rce^rkt
Date: 10/22/2003
wasent that for sale on ebay

Posted By: Dean
Date: 10/02/2003
He is not going racing at all, look at that body kit you would not race with that thing, and look you loose horse power with all of those options! And it isn't even set up right!

Posted By: 94accordex
Date: 10/02/2003
Ok, this is just my opinion, but why put an H22 in? It seems like a waste of time to to me when the motor that's in there is pushing 200 HP already! If you are going to drop an H22, you will lose your air conditioning and power steering. If you are ok with that, then go for it I guess, but in my opinion, unless you are trying to build a serious race car, I would rather have those anemities.