my friends 2000 civic si

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  1. Zimmy76

    Zimmy76 I like my beer like I like my violence, domestic

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    this car is sweet, I got to drive the thing and let's just say it's like a go-kart hopped up on steriods, I was able to feel every bump in the road.

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    now for the info on it

    Up for auction is 2000 Honda Civic Si. It is electric blue and has 34,700 miles on it. It has 1500 miles on a fully rebuilt motor done professionally by Southern Florida Performance (www.sfp.net). I have spent over $25K and 2 years on the engine, suspension, turbo, fuel management, etc (not including the cost of the car). It has AEM’s Plug & Play Engine Management System (EMS) with the AEM Wideband UEGO Controller. You can literally tune this car yourself (not that it needs it, because it runs and idles like a champ right now). All the data is live and can be changed instantaneously through this EMS. The Bosch wideband O2 sensor is new. Everything is in excellent working order.


    On the Dyno, the car made 345 HP at 11 lbs of boost, 390 at 16 lbs of boost, and a whopping 425 at 19 lbs of boost. I only run boost above 15 lbs with 100+ octane racing gas. The only time I have ever run more than 11 lbs on this engine was on the dyno with race gas. Believe me when I tell you that with normal street tires, 11 lbs of boost will be sufficient to get your kicks and will be faster than most other cars on the road.

    One huge bonus is this, the factory AC still works (and works very well). Most turbo kits require you to loose your air conditioning, but not the kit from SFP. Not only can I beat most every car on the street, but I can stay cool doing it.



    I am going to try to list the things I have done (I probably forgot some):


    ERL's Superdeck Block with Darton sleeves (will support boost in excess of 40 lbs)
    Custom Race head using Ferrea parts
    Type R cams - bought new, not used
    Crower High Performance Billet Rods
    Custom crank that was balanced to 15000 rpms
    Morosso Oil Pan and pickup
    New bearings all around - mains, crank, rods, etc.
    Holly 750cc fuel injectors
    Fluidyne High performance radiator
    Racing Quaife Differential - helps put the HP to the road
    Precision Turbo SC61 - the main power booster - this thing screams
    A big Spearco Intercooler
    SFP Cold Air intake with air temp gauge mounted in it to measure air temp for EMS
    MSD 6AL with MSD Blaster HVC coil
    Thermal Research and design 3" exhaust (NO CATALYTIC CONVERTER)
    SFP 4-1 exhaust manifold with 2.5" down tube (NO CATALYTIC CONVERTER)
    HKS blow off valve and HKS wastegate
    AEM EMS and UEGO wideband O2 controller
    Steel braided brake lines - power slot rotors
    Holly and Walbro fuel pump (yes 2 pumps, one inline and one in the tank)
    Full racing coilovers
    AEM Fuel Rail
    K&N air filter
    Magnecore Spark Plug Wires
    Pro Drive Oil Pump Gears
    ARP head studs
    Cometic head gasket
    New Clutchmaster Stage 3 clutch
    Fidanza Flywheel - 9 lbs - perfect for the car
    Greddy Profec B boost controller with Remote mount High Low boost button
    Greddy Turbo Timer
    New belts all the way around (timing belt, etc.)
    Custom Sub box (only takes up 6 inches of trunk)
    Rockford Fosgate 12" Punch XLC
    5 channel PPI AMP powers Sub and 4 Pioneer speakers
    Bright Plasma White Lights
     
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  2. cedric

    cedric I don't have a contract

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    I like everything about that car except for the rims. The stocks look a lot better IMO.
     
  3. Zimmy76

    Zimmy76 I like my beer like I like my violence, domestic

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    he actually brought the car used from someone out in maryland and it came with those rims.
     

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