Ordered some new OEM Honda bolts for the rear trailing arms so the Civic Type R 5 Lug conversion can go on. Been busy with life lately so the car has been on hold, but the car will be wrenched on soon enough. It’s been a very very slow build these past few years. This year the car will come back to life and there will be seat time at the tracks again!
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Today, I bring you guys a never-before-seen look into two shops that have been an integral part of the storied Osaka Honda community. In my journeys, I’ve had the pleasure of meeting a lot of interesting folks. I could probably some day write a book on my experiences and many wouldn’t even believe it. I have been very fortunate. Some call it luck, some are the type to believe that “everything happens for a reason”. No matter how you look at it, I have been thrust into a very interesting position which allows me to bring you guys a very unique perspective that many will never see, hear, or read about. I take the time to tell you these stories because I believe they are important to the “overall scheme of things”. There are a lot of…
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Here’s a self-custom Hot Wheels Mini-Me of the RunIT Garage EJ8 from a few years ago. It’s not the best custom job out there, but it’s decent for amateur work. It spends it’s life inside the little plastic garage away from the dust hanging on the wall along with the other custom and factory Hot Wheels. It’s all about the car love…tiny toys to big toys!
Throwback Thursday of an old dyno session at Full Blown Motorsports back on 9-12-10.