Nice deal for sale Integra Type R race car

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  1. twin_turborx7

    twin_turborx7 Sponsor: DeeperImage.com

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    Speedchannel Touring Ready be on tv next week ...

    Well, I never thought I would have to do this. But its time to sell the R.

    Here is the info.

    2000 Phoenix Yellow ITR #184
    This car was raced in only 7 TCRA club races, with 5 wins and 2 second place finishes and NO major mishaps.
    The car is in near-perfect condition with NO body damage, with the exception of a few chips in the paint. The car was originally
    built to SCCA ProRacing specs (World Challenge regulations) to eventually run in the USTCC (US Touring Car Championship.)
    The suspension setup was recommended and and assisted by Scott Zellner of King Motorsports. The car is extremely well sorted
    and is extremely fast and well handling. The car has always been well maintained and never abused on the track.

    There is approximately 16k original miles on the car, with less than a thousand being track-miles. The engine and transmission have
    both been well maintained and are still very strong (188hp and 133tq to the wheels.) The car was driven to a season championship of the
    TCRA Touring Car Challenge Cup Series.

    Modifications

    Suspension:

    - Mugen N1 dampers w/ Eibach springs (600f/900r).
    - King Motorsports front and rear adj. camber kits.
    - Mugen 26mm rear swaybar.

    Motor:

    - Mugen N1 ECU
    - Ducting from headlight to factory airbox.
    - B&M fuel riser and gauge.
    - AEM adj. cam sprockets.
    - JDM 4-1 header.
    - Custom exhaust.
    - Earls 14-row oil cooler w/steel braided lines and oil filter relocation kit (to firewall.)
    - Battery relocated to rear of car in sealed box.
    - Fluidyne racing aluminum radiator.

    Safety:

    - 8 point rollcage built to SCCA Proracing specs (eg. World Challenge).
    - Engine kill-switch.
    - 5-point Simpson harness
    - Carbon-kevlar Momo race seat (9 lbs)

    Misc:

    - Autometer oil temp, water temp, and oil pressure gauges.
    - 15x7 Kosei K1 lightweight racing rims powdered coated flat black - 6 rims
    - 205/50/15 Toyo RA1 race tires.
    - Momo steering wheel w/ quick release adapter.
    - HP Motorsports aluminum wing and brackets w/ adjusters (World Challenge Touring Spec.)
    - Custom splitter and undertray w/ spares.
    - HotLap timer.
    - Brembo factory rotors w/ HAWK HT8 front and Blue rear pads. (spares included)

    Factory Parts:

    - stock cat.
    - stock exhaust
    - stock passenger seat and additional 4-point harness
    - driver and passenger windows
    - stock radiator
    - headlights

    SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY.

    Over $40k invested.

    Asking $23k OBO.

    Buy this car and save thousands of dollars.

    Please email [email protected] or [email protected] (or both). I am located in the San Diego area and would be willing
    to deliver in So. Cal area. I have a 20' enclosed Carson race trailer w/ custom tire rack for sale too ($5000) if interested.

    Please email me for additional pics.

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  2. quzur

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    street legal?
     
  3. twin_turborx7

    twin_turborx7 Sponsor: DeeperImage.com

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    I think so.
     
  4. BLoG

    BLoG Scented Meat

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    Obviously you'd need to put the stock lighting back to be street legal.
     

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