Eibach Honda Meet 2013 Coverage…Part 4 of 4…The Finale…

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Alright, here we go with the finale of the 2013 Eibach Honda Meet coverage. Hopefully you guys have had a good time looking back at the event and for those of you who missed out on being there, maybe these photos will motivate you to go to the event next year. To kind of sum everything up, I’ve provided a short list of key points about the Eibach event that you should all remember…

1. The Eibach Honda Meet is and will always continue to be a meet.
2. You have to pay to participate because the event organizers have to pay to put on the event. Venues cost money along with additional costs like security, staff, port-o-potties, etc. These things cost money and so you as an enthusiasts have to incur some of the costs because we are a community.
3. The annual Eibach Meet brings out a ton of variety every year. Not all cars are going to be to your liking but that doesn’t mean that they have any less of a right to participate.
4. When you go to an Eibach Honda Meet, you’ll often see builds that you won’t see anywhere else. The Meet brings out enthusiasts past and present and some only come out exclusively for the Eibach meet.
5. The Eibach meet will continue to grow every year and hopefully you continue to support the event by participating. Venues may change but that is only to provide a better location to serve you and your fellow enthusiasts.
6. If for whatever reason you don’t want to go to the meet or don’t care for the meet, that is fine. DON’T FUCKING COME THEN. There is no sense in acting like a bitch and whining about it online. If you don’t want to pay your part to participate, then you are not welcome anyway.

With that out of the way, here are the previous three parts if you missed any of it…

Eibach Honda Meet 2013 Coverage…Part 1…

Eibach Honda Meet 2013 Coverage…Part 2…

Eibach Honda Meet 2013 Coverage…Part 3…

Here is the finale featuring some familiar faces and some Honda builds that you probably haven’t ever seen before…

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The Jaimes’ brothers freshly built K20 CR-X that they literally completed in the days leading up to the Eibach Meet. I’m digging the color choice and the swap is pretty clean. All the car really needs now is the SiR front lip and it’ll be set…

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Luis Jaimes’ BAR’d K20 Civic hatchback on Mugen MF10L…

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Jose Jaimes’ RHD CR-X SiR…

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Right-hand drive CB Accord coupe with a prominent Spoon Sports theme. Interesting the owner went that route since Spoon never made anything for that chassis. Cool to see a right-hand drive one though because you really ever see anyone that wants to put forth the effort to do the conversion…

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RL1 Odyssey on Auto Couture Magnifiques…

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Phoenix Yellow Integra Type R with JDM ITR front end conversion from Karnage car club…

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EJ1 Civic coupe on SSR MK1 wheels…

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Another EJ1 Civic coupe, this one on Team Dynamics wheels…

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Pepper White Civic hatchback with Mugen SS front lip and Regamaster EVOs…

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One of my favorite Honda builds from the Eibach Honda Meet was this red Civic coupe. I love how it all comes together with the J’s Racing front fenders, Mugen SS lip, white Regas, and AP Racing front brakes…

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DPK Dee Rail’s EM1 Civic SI with K-swap and the complete Rywire treatment under the hood. I honestly miss how the car looks on the bronze MF10s but I’m getting used to the Honda Edition Time Attack CE28s…

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RHD Civic with re-barreled Regamaster EVOs on his way out of the Meet as the afternoon came to a close…

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Mike G’s Tank looking good as always. He switched it up for a bit by going back to a conventional B-series valve cover that’s been redone in a bright orange tone…

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DPK Chuy’s Integra Type R project…

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DPK Jared’s S2000 is one of my favorite all-time builds. Just a great selection of parts that is executed in a perfectly timeless fashion…

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PGK Jay’s individually-throttled S2000 with ASM front bumper… Always good to see Jay out and about again in his S2K…

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EF Civic hatchback on Work Equip 01…

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Group photo of some friends that showed up from all over the country to participate in the Eibach festivities…

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My RA3 Odyssey on 17×9 Barramundi Elevens…

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Another one of my favorites from that day had to be the K-turbo Circuit Monster Prelude…

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Here’s an interior shot of the Prelude since I hadn’t really seen any other shots of it in other people’s coverage of Eibach 2013…

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Stoked that Andy Hope decided to include my decal on the Prelude…

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Andy Hope’s Circuit Monster CR-X race car…

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The Autofashion USA booth which provided the music for the event throughout the day…

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Big Mike served as the MC at the Autofashion USA booth…

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DJ Rampage from Autofashion on the turntables…

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Downstairs Frank aka Frankstar brought out his EG6 Civic SiR, now with K-swap. It wasn’t running quite yet but it is quickly coming together…

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A detailed look at Frank’s engine bay…

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Benjamin Frankstairs’ crazy spiked shifter set-up, ready to go into Farrah from Teen Mom’s butthole at any time…

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RCG K-Civic was a Eibach 2013 hit…Glad to see RC’s old hatchback go to a good home…

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The Loi-Spec guys decided to call it a day around the time when the raffle winners were being announced at the Autofashion USA booth…

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Towards the end of the meet, the environment grew ever more relaxing and we just hung out and watched people take off. Here’s one more shot of Ryan’s E-AT Civic…

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Hiro from KC Trading Japan, Freddie from Autofashion USA, and Type_K Takeshi spending some quality time chatting it up…

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FG2 Civic coupe on Regamaster EVOs…

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Gilbert’s EF hatch reppin’ Circuit Hero…

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Gil’s Circuit Hero ITR…

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Jorge Sandoval’s Import Tuner-featured Civic from Team Insidious…

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Ryan explaining the intricacies of his E-AT build to Oscar Jackson Jr. from Jackson Racing…

That was the last shot from the actual meet itself. After that we started to tear down the booth and got ready to head home. We were all hungry so we dropped off the cars at the shop before heading over to dinner at a local In-N-Out burger spot by Rywire…

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Ryan Der and Hiro Ueda chillin’ outside while we waited for our burgers. This particular In-N-Out was small as shit so most of the seating area for dining was outside. Likely there was still some sunlight left so we could chill and watch the sunset…

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Tetsuya Yamaguchi from USDM Jam/Yamaz Store, Rywire Ryan, and Takeshi Kobayashi from Type_K Autosource…

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DPK David, his buddy Roy, and DPK Chuy…

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The food was taking awhile so I was just snapping away with the 24-70MM L Mark II lens that I had rented for the event. This is a shot of my Samsung Galaxy S3 with a phone case that I put a JDMEGO decal on…

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The classic #1 combo at In-N-Out. Double-double with fries…

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Everybody was pretty hungry by the end of the day so the #1 combo was a popular choice…

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Ryan enjoying his burger all by his lonesome…

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Epic LEGIT lens flare on this closing shot of Ryan Der enjoying his In-N-Out fries. I always think they taste kind of like cardboard but I guess they are better when you have the sauce packet to dip it in…

That’s a wrap on the Eibach Honda Meet 2013 series. I wanted to thank everyone that participated, those who came by to pass along a kind word, the people that supported The Chronicles by purchasing merchandise from the booth, and everyone who stopped by the site to view the coverage. It’s been an amazing time, stay tuned for Wekfest LA coverage coming up next!..

15 thoughts

  1. How tall is Rywire? Love your site! Always keeping me motivated and excited about Honda’s everytime I log on!! 🙂

  2. Loved the coverage!! I will agree on the introduction in part one & it’s the same way @ most “meets”. I’d rather pay & help the organizer’s out. You got to pay to play has always been a life long motto in my life. Keep up the awesome coverage & photos!!!

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