Modified Honda Civic 1995
The car started life as a glacier white lazy 1.3 but I had the engine changed to a 1.6 VTI B16 DOHC engine which I sourced from the late P-Reg model.
5 SPEED MANUAL
Hydraulics front back – side to side
Chrome Vaults 7.5 X 18
STANDARD DISCS WITH GREENSTUFF PADS
The bodykit consists of a C&N Custom front and rear bumper, sideskirts and spoiler along with my own custom designed rear splitter.
Full respray in custom pearl candy paint,
Custom twin centre exhaust system,
The front headlights are from the Nissan S15,
The rear lights are from the Nissan Skyline R33,
Lambo Doors supplied and fitted by C&N Customs
There are 4 recliners in total. 2 in the front and 2 in the back manufactured by Konig.
The seatbelt harnesses are Cobra.
The Steering Wheel is from E-Tech.
Handbrake / Gear knob is From Issotta.
Mats supplied and re-trimmed by Auto Style Interiors.
The Speedo surround case was imported from the USA (Company called Street Beat Customs)
White dials supplied from Speed Culture.
Roll Cage custom made in aluminium specifically for this car by hot rod specialists Andy Robinson Race Cars.
Alpine Head unit CDA – 9855R
Alpine DVD player DVE 5207
Supplied by Americas finest (Audiobahn) the Car audio comprises of 26 speakers in total from Subwoofers to tweeters. Custom made by C&N customs this audio system is truly one of a kind. The boot area holds a thundering 4 subwoofers in a custom enclosure powering 1100 hundred watts RMS each with two subwoofers inverted. On top of the subwoofers there are 2 highly powerful amplifiers sitting in a custom made amp rack. Moving into the back seat area of the car you have 2 bucket recliners with a custom made centre console between them both housing a TV screen. Along both sides of the recliners there are 3 speakers on either side placed in a custom enclosure which brings me to the rear door cards which each hold another 2 amplifiers each. Moving to the floor area of the car there are another 2 speakers sitting in a custom pod so you’re getting sound from the floor. Moving to the front of the car each door card has been fibre glassed and reshaped to house another 3 speakers each along with the rest of the 8 tweeters around the car. Moving to the dashboard, the dashboard has been completely custom made and houses a TV screen in front of the passenger seat, the heater controls have been relocated to the glove compartment, there are 3 imported Autometer C2 mini gauges which illuminate indigo blue moulded into the dash above the glove compartment which are voltmeter, oil temp, water temp. Where the heater controls were initially placed is now a set of replacement aftermarket buttons to operate the screens and pop the boot, there is a TV and DVD player housed near the centre console and also an infra red device for cordless headphones, a 5 inch matching C2 Autometer Tachometer has also been custom made to fit near the speedo with it moulded into the dash along with the shift light moulded to the right of the driver.
To help support the power of this massive system there is a yellow top battery placed nicely under the bonnet. Just in case you’re wondering, the whole car has been covered with 13 rolls of dynamat so there’s no horrible rattling & loss of sound.
Clifford Alarm enabling door and boot release
Various companies involved in the car
Raveryn Hydraulics, MJS Performance, Andy Robinson’s Race Cars, Motion Styling, Auto Style Interiors (ASI), Evolution Performance, Honda-R, Supra Developments, Audiobahn, Real Steel, Autometer Gauges, Alpine, Car Audio Security, Gatwick Auto Shades, Speed Culture, Street Beat Customs.