This is what I’m working on today…

Just spent the majority of the night and early morning finishing up this story for a future issue of Honda Tuning in 2011. Keep an eye out, definitely a game changer and something worth looking at….I don’t recall seeing any pictures of this thing on the internet yet and the only content we have relating to this car is this video…Peep it…

Taking the rest of the day off and then back to work on another feature for Super Street magazine tonight… Loads of work lately to close out the year, I love it!

11 thoughts

  1. These guys like messing with Hybrids. My car was the grey Integra in the grassroots section of the Honda Tuning their K-sight was on the cover of.

  2. i really dont think the cr-z needs a k swap. cool none the less but look at what Bisi did with the orriginal engine. i mean even a built engine in a cr-z would haul ass. if i remember right didnt the Honda Tuning CR-Z just run an impressive 2:18 at the track?

  3. i really dont think the cr-z needs a k swap. cool none the less but look at what Bisi did with the orriginal engine. i mean even a built engine in a cr-z would haul ass. if i remember right didnt the Honda Tuning CR-Z just run an impressive 2:18 at the track?

    by Function Garage December 23, 2010 at 6:52 pm

    With that mentality, there would be no B series or K series swaps. Progression needs to be made at every turn. You can build and boost any Honda motor and make a lot of power, but that would get old pretty quick if that’s all anyone did. Having swap options and pushing the performance envelope is necessary to avoid becoming stagnant.

    • i agree. i can understand the desire for more power and innovation. i however would enjoy seeing people use the engine thats already there first. not everyone is going to want to swap in a k series. im just saying that working with whats already there and starting with less and turning it into more is alot more rewarding than just swaping in another engine. the engine in the cr-z is the future of cars. starting now to figure out how to use it would benefit enthusiasts in the future.

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