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1992 Civic Hatchback

Make: Honda
Model: Civic
Year: 1992
Mileage: 66,152
VIN: 2hgeh2368nh505332
Transmission: Manual
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Winchester, Virginia, United States

1992 Honda Civic Additional Info:

To build the car where it is now there is $35,000 into the car in legitimate parts.The motor is practically brand new, extremely stout and the rpm range is just like a ap1 honda s2k. I ensure whoever receives the car will love it. The car is for sale both on ebay, and locally. I reserve the right to take the ad down if a local sale is made.
Here is a video where I walk around the vehicle, and also let you enjoy some of the exhaust magic at work ( couple revs ) :https://youtu.be/Pqwv4K-Ejro

About the car :
1992 honda civic eg66521 original milesI am second ownerZero rust anywhere on the car except for odd spot pictured, but even then I am not sure what that is, could be contaminants underneath.Repainted original milano red by original owner, roof redone in nighthawk black pearl.New honda interior piecesBlue authentic Spoon mirrorsAuthentic MOMO steering wheelFull disc brakes all aroundASR subframe brace and other goodies underneath the car ( which is also incredibly clean )Very rare RsR exhaust, produced in japan very sought after. Probably one of the best exhaust systems ever made for this car, my car sounds insane. I haven't heard another honda to sound like it and thats in a good way.Full skunk pro2 suspension all aroundFully corner balancedNew solid polyurethane bushings all aroundNewly reupholstered del-sol seats with black cloth red stitching, matching rear.Battery box flush mounted in the backThere's so much more done to this car, if you have any specific questions please message me I am happy to answer.
Engine : GSR sleeved ERL block. Knife edge crank. CNC ported head. Ferrea valvetrain. Skunk pro 1 cams. 12.5:1 comression.Type r LSD transmission12.5 : 1 compressionKnife edge crankFully built port and polished headEngine was assembled locally near me at victory precision machine. World renowned for their work.
Good : Lots of authentic bits all over the car. Spoon rear carbon fiber duck wing. Spoon carbon fiber front lip/diffuser. Carbon creations hood. All carbon is authentic and legit, none of it came from ebay, none of it is fake.
Engine has had maybe 4,000 miles put on it since rebuilding. Transmission was a brand new usdm type r unit with approximately the same mileage.
Engine pulls amazingly strong, vtec kicks in at 4200 or so (has the torque for this) and then once again at 7,000 you feel the secondary tugg of the cams finally coming onto lope and the powerband is revived into an aggresive beast. It's truly an amazing experience being able to rev it to 9,000 rpm. The car made 226 whp on a rolling dyno. Tuned by HCP in maryland.
Bad : Not perfect hood fitment, rises slightly on one side ( but I am ocd and many have never noticed it ) The tranny has a scratch going into 3rd gear at high rpm. Could be as simple as bent linkage, or a clutch master or slave cylinder going out, but then again the transmission has roughly 4,000 total miles on it, and many of the cars parts are new so I havent been able to pinpoint it exactly. Small paint bubble/odd rised surface on the rear of the car near the brake lights. I didn't notice this till a year ago and even if it was rust it's in such a minimal beginner state it can easily be cleaned and contained, keeping the rest of the car perfect.
Stage 5 clutch and pressure plate, grabs nicely but its not like your stock oem clutch.
Closing :
If you didn't get enough info from my add dont walk away, message me! I I tried to keep it somewhat short and sweet, but have more info to add if anyone wants it! I want my car to go to a good home, she has so much more potential left whether keep it all motor, or swap out pistons for low compression, then the motor can handle 800whp easy boosted.

*** Drivers side floor mat is not pictured due to me cleaning it : still included in the sale of the vehicle.
I have many more pictures of the car, message me if you need any more