Eibach Honda Meet 2013 Coverage…Part 3…

Happy Memorial Day everyone and welcome back to our ongoing coverage of the 2013 Eibach Honda Meet. You’ve already read my thoughts on the event and how the event itself went in the previous two parts so I’ll make it a light-reading type of day since it is everyone’s day off and all. Today we are gonna be taking a look at a couple more familiar builds that you’ve come to know but a majority of the photos will consist of a lot of Honda builds that we really haven’t seen prior to Eibach. These cars have certainly been floating around and have probably shown up to local meets but you don’t really see them at major events other than at the Eibach Honda Meets. Like I said in Part 2, there are always those enthusiasts who don’t really care for the attention that they get from showing up to events and usually just pop-up once a year or so at events like Eibach. That’s what makes this event really great because you get to see some unique builds that you won’t see anywhere else…

Anyways, here are the links to the previous two posts. Catch-up and then move on to today’s photos…

Eibach Honda Meet 2013 Coverage…Part 1…

Eibach Honda Meet 2013 Coverage…Part 2…

And here’s Part 3…

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The Rywire E-AT Civic continued to get a ton of attention throughout the day. People stopped to marvel at the entire build and stopped by The Chronicles booth to chat it up with Ryan…

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One of the strangest observations that we overhead throughout the day were random people thinking that Ryan’s E-AT had a K-series engine that was flipped around. I don’t know how people come to these conclusions but I’m pretty sure everyone should know by now what a B-series motor looks like….

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The engine bay is incredibly clean but I hoped that people had a chance to look through the entire car, particularly the interior. It is in such incredible condition for it being an original Japanese RHD 1986 Civic that you would think that it had been completely restored. In reality, this is how the car came direct from Japan and the previous owner had just kept it in remarkable shape. It even has rare Honda Access floor mats…

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At the opposite end of The Chronicles booth was my 1998 Honda Odyssey. This is my daily driver but I recently acquired some coilovers and a set of Japanese Barramundi Design Eleven wheels so I decided to put it all together for the Eibach event. The body is not in the greatest shape but it is just my daily so I didn’t plan on turning it into a show car anyway. I was bringing the van in anyway because it had all my booth stuff in it so why not just make it look nice and leave it inside the event? Haha… I’ve been helping the U.S distributor of Barramundi Design wheels out lately with some web stuff so Eibach was also a cool place to show off the new BMD wheels at my booth…

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Here are the BMD Snook, Toman, and Eleven wheels on dispaly next to my RA3 Odyssey…You can check out more photos of BMD wheels here at the site I’ve recently put together for them… www.BMD-USA.com

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A really clean EF hatchback from Split Second Racing parked right next to The Chronicles booth. Shout-out to these guys because my booth actually ran a little big and they were kind enough to move over a bit so I could fit everything…

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I’ve always been a huge fan of the DB Integra sedans because I wanted one when I first got into cars years and years ago. Every time I see one, I try to get a closer look at them. This one in particular, really caught my eye because of the red paint and the turbo set-up under the hood…

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Nicely-tucked bay that had some minor things that the owner could touch-up but otherwise, it looked great, especially with the sizable snail mounted to the Blueridge Motorsports manifold…

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I just had to take some photos of the K20A CR-X from Bridgeport…

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One of the highlights of the CR-X build is the ultra rare, incredible mint, CR-X Exclusive interior complete with Mugen woodgrain steering wheel…

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This EF Civic also had some eye-catching qualities…It had a look very reminiscent of how Hondas were built more in the early 2000s but is very cool to see now in ’13…

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Rare 3-spoke SSR wheels and NSX brakes…

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To this very day in 2013, it is still a rare sight to see EP3 Civics in attendance at any Honda-themed event…

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K-turbo Civic set-up for drag from Jerry Built…

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Right next to it was another Jerry Built Civic, this one an N/A K-swap, more street-tuned vehicle with individual throttle bodies…

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Right-hand drive EF8 CR-X SiR on black BBS wheels…

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Simple black EG Civic on white 16-inch Regamaster EVOs…

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A more “period-friendly” style EF Civic hatchback build with EF9 front end and old school Work Ewing mesh wheels…

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DC2 Integra from Loi-Spec Garage on white Advan Racing RCIII wheels…

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Phoenix Yellow Integra Type R with Rays Gram Lights wheels…

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One more of Loi Hua’s ITR…

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…and this incredibly well-done Type R…

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Mark Sutakajana’s track-ready DB8 Integra…

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Legit Japanese CR-X complete with original ZC motor…

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Right-hand drive EG Civic on a set of old Work Ewings with a supercharged H22A swap. Pretty cool build that might have been slept on because the exterior was so simple. With the hood closed, you almost wouldn’t think anything of it besides seeing the Ewings…

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H2B Civic that made the trek out from Las Vegas for the 2013 Eibach Meet…

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Nice tuck job on this white DC2 Integra from Team “Off-Site” San Diego…

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Another really cool DB Integra. This one had a really interesting mural job inside the bay that I could have sworn that I had taken a photo of but I must have accidentally deleted it during the day. The motor also has individual throttle bodies as well…

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Gil Salazar’s Integra Type R from Circuit Hero, which you should all remember as the #1 of the 2011 Top Ten Hondas here on stickydiljoe.com…

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Really liked the mods on this FA5 Civic with complete JDM FD2 conversion, Hyper Blue Volk TE37s, and rarely seen FEEL’S Twin Cam widened fenders…

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AP2 S2000 with ASM front bumper and white Volk RE30s…

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BB6 Prelude that you’ve seen numerous times on this site featuring an incredible rare Wise Square/Behrman front bumper…

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Kraft Werks supercharged Civic Si coupe with teal and kevlar accents…

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Really eye-popping purple/orange Civic hatchback with white Mugen RnR wheels. Under the bright sun you almost couldn’t look away at this build. I’m kind of over the whole two-toned look to be honest but damn, I had to stare at this thing. Once you get past the bright orange, you’ll actually see a really clean bay with a boosted B-motor…

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Closing out this beautiful Memorial Day holiday with this EBP EM1 Civic Si slammed on polished Blitz Type 01 wheels….

Thanks for looking and have a good one…stay safe out there guys and make sure to come back tomorrow for much more…

5 thoughts

    • Your link says the Rover cam covers read “TWIN CAM” rather than “DOHC.”

      I think that supercharged Civic has stolen the show for me, whatever may remain to be posted. I recognized the pulley system immediately when I scrolled down and almost said, “daaaaaamn” out loud, haha! Excellent photos…

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