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O.G. B18C5 1994 Honda Civic Hatchback EG Track Build - Turn Key Track Rat!

Make: Honda
Model: Civic
Type: Hatchback
Trim: DX
Year: 1994
Mileage: 123500
VIN: 2hgeh2360RH525547
Color: Gray
Engine: 1.5L Gas I4
Cylinders: 4
Fuel: gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: FWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: West Bloomfield, Michigan, United States

1994 Honda Civic DX Additional Info:

As the title says - up for sale is an O.G. B-Series Track Built EG Honda Civic Hatchback.

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1994 Honda Civic DX Hatchback. Original Phantom Grey Peal paint (original color). Clean title in hand.

Full Type-R swap; engine, trans, axles, 5 lug conversion, final drive. It's also dyno-tuned, corner-balanced and ready to rip around a track or street. It comes with a ton of spare parts (rotors, pads, bushings), a crate of parts that were removed over the years and a stack of paperwork two inches thick.
The car is mechanically sound and needs nothing. The paint is original and in really great condition aside from scuffs and normal wear n tear. Absolutely ZERO rust on this thing. No accidents, never stolen and always owned by 30+ year olds with money to do things the RIGHT way.

- 123,500 miles (on body)
- NO rust (never had any)
- Original paint
- Minor dings/scratches and touch ups
- Super clean in, out, and underneath. No rusty nuts/bolts to deal with.
- 6 point chromoly tig welded roll bar/cage, boxes/plate at all touchdown points
- Si/Ex front "lip"
- JHP carbon fiber duckbill rear spoiler
- DG Motorsports carbon fiber hood. Full structure, no need for hood pins.
- JDM headlights. Plastic lens vs. the heavy glass U.S. lamps. Also have factory "city" lights.
- "JDM" smoked amber turns
- "JDM" smoked tail lights
- Mild wire tuck on sides of engine bay
- JDM DOHC VTEC decals
- Integra GSR (DOHC VTEC) emblem on tailgate
- 1995 Civic Si black instrument panel ("dash") and gauge cluster. (Reads 108,xxx)
- 1995 Civic Si black door panels with black Suede inserts
- Sound deadening removed
- Sparco Fighter fixed back seats (black) on sliders
- Black 6 point Schroth cam lock harnesses (New in 2010, since expired)
- Momo steering wheel
- NRG steering wheel quick release
- Solo ITR "Style" shift
- B&M Shift lever
- Shift lever extender (removable)
- Odyssey Battery located in rear
- Black suede covered factory headliner with handle and dome light
- JDM clock block off plate
- AEM Digital Oil Pressure Gauge
- AEM Digital Oil Temp Gauge
- AEM Digital Water Temp Gauge
- AEM UEGO Wideband O2
- HONDATA S300 Tuned by Pure Tuning
- JDM optional center audio console
- Battery kill switch (located in center console)
- Carbon fiber fuel pump cover- Interior was painted in April 2011 (roll bar is gloss black and the rest is a dark phantom gray)
- Not much else (no carpet, rear seats, or rear panels)
- All wires covered, tucked and clipped or mounted
- Very clean inside
- ALL suspension was replaced with 1998 Integra GS/GSR components to start
- ITR 5-lug conversion (front/rear spindles/brakes/NEW rear trailing arms)
- Braided Brake Lines
- ATE Superblue fluid
- 98 Acura GSR Brake booster
- 98 Acura GSR Steering rack converted to manual (better ratio than the non-power rack)
- ARP extended studs
- Skunk2 adjustable camber upper control arms
- Specialty Products (SPC) adjustable camber rear upper camber arms
- Suspension Techniques adjustable rear toe links (heim joints)
- GSR front sway bar
- ITR rear sway bar
- Cusco master cylinder brace
- Carbing 3 point strut tower bar
- Koni/Ground Control 400 front / 450 rear
- Ground Control extended hats
- DC Sports rear lower arm brace
- 15x7 5Zigen FN01RC
- 225/45/15 Nitto NT-01 (These are not street tires!!!!!)
- 96 spec JDM ITR Motor (Installed Summer 2010) have all receipts
- ITR intake manifold (ceramic coated)
- RC Engineering 64mm throttle body
- New distributor
- Prelude 290cc injectors and driver box
- Walbro fuel pump
- AEM fuel rail
- Endyn catch can and PCV system
- C&R Aluminum Radiator
- Fidanza Cam Gears
- Mugen baffled oil pan
- Magnetic Drain plug
- Ceramic coated Custom TIG welded tri-y header with Burns Stainless collectors and B-TEC system. Beautiful welding job!
- 2.5" exhaust welded, 22" Magnaflow resonator, straight-thru oval muffler, and custom 3" stainless stealth tip.
- Engine bay is super clean, everything was powder coated wrinkle black or ceramic coated
- Engine does not leak a drop of anything!
- ITR transmission (rebuilt - no grinds)
- Quaiffe limited slip
- JDM ITR 4.785 final drive ratio
- 220WHP on a Mustang Dyno (Pure Tuning)
- Car ran 12.8 in the 1/4 with this HP
- Weighs 2150lbs
- Gets about 25 mpg with "spirited" driving
- Only cost about $46 to fill from empty!
- Heat blows hot, No A/C
- Alpine head unit located in glove box / amp located in hatch- Stock Seat belts for driver and passenger
- Corner balanced and aligned for track use


For the past 20 years - this car has been passed around a group of friends in Metro Detroit. It's now time to offer this up to an outsider and welcome him to the fold. Here's the history.
1994-1999 - Daily Driver in New Jersey with a roof rack on it for a women that clocked about 110K on it.
1999 - Brought to Birmingham MI (by Jeff G.) to start the transformation into a track car. Garage kept and was used as an occasional track day car at Waterford Hills, Grattan and Gingerman
2004ish-2009ish - Car was placed on Jack stands to start the 5 lug swap. It sat in the corner of a 6 car garage as life took over. Swap was finished in summer 09 and car went up for sale.
2010 - Car was sold to another friend (Al S.). Many items updated (engine, gauges, harnesses, wheels/tires, Hondata, battery)) and went to Mid-Ohio and Grattan.
Jan 2011 - Car was sold to another friend (Matt J.). Lots of OCD work including powder and ceramic coating. Suede door trim and headliner. Cage and resprayed interior. Dyno-tuning and corner balancing. Spent most of it's time at Gingerman.
July 2012 - Car sold to another friend (Ali J.) and got a few streetable modifications (radio, street wheels/tires) while seeing occasional track use.
July 2017 - Car sold BACK to a previous owner (Al S.) engine was refreshed and all fluids changed. Spent it's life at M1 Concourse.
May 2018 - Purchased by the current owner and got aesthetic upgrades including new corner lights, new taillights, new battery and fresh fluids. Spent it's life at M1 Concourse.

In a word; this car is a BLAST. It's something you can drive at 9/10s and not have to worry about destroying brakes, smoking the clutch or shredding the tires. Everything is easy to wrench on, incredibly reliable and parts are cheap. If you've ever wondered what the big deal about Honda's are - this is a prime example of why they're great - THEY'RE FUN! If you've been thinking about getting back into a Honda or eyeing this for a KSeries swap PLEASE DO IT!
Bottom Line: Whoever gets this car next is getting a loved and cherished automobile. Welcome to the family!

On Jul-31-20 at 14:09:21 PDT, seller added the following information:

If the link to the YouTube Playlist above doesn't work, here are direct URLs:Start Up and Rev - https://youtu.be/5J2GPiLkq0gExterior Walk Around 1 - https://youtu.be/HAqauc7ePJoExterior Walk Around 2 - https://youtu.be/dg3Oqp5CeqoInterior Walk Around - https://youtu.be/iekpz0FJkHgHatch Walk Around - https://youtu.be/Asp-EnoDAIQRide Along - https://youtu.be/pqm0V3pU4iYRunnin Em - https://youtu.be/iWoLrbS28R8

On Jul-31-20 at 14:12:08 PDT, seller added the following information:

SORRY! eBay stripped the formatting on the last update.
If the link to the YouTube Playlist above doesn't work, here are direct URLs:

  • Start Up and Rev - https://youtu.be/5J2GPiLkq0g
  • Exterior Walk Around 1 - https://youtu.be/HAqauc7ePJo
  • Exterior Walk Around 2 - https://youtu.be/dg3Oqp5Ceqo
  • Interior Walk Around - https://youtu.be/iekpz0FJkHg
  • Hatch Walk Around - https://youtu.be/Asp-EnoDAIQ
  • Ride Along - https://youtu.be/pqm0V3pU4iY
  • Runnin Em - https://youtu.be/iWoLrbS28R8

On Aug-04-20 at 09:33:12 PDT, seller added the following information:

I had a few questions regarding underbody. Yes, I probably should have gotten it on a lift, I apologize - but overall it's very clean. We've had a bit of rain lately, but I did my best to jack up the car and snap some photos.


The car has met it's reserve, so the top bidder is going to get a helluva a lot of fun for a helluva price.