kent teg owner


windymiller

killin it since '85
Joined
Apr 22, 2011
Messages
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Hi all, i used to have a b18 crx and stuplidly sold it for an s14:blabla:

Well i couldnt resist going back to a honda and a teg seemed the best way, seen a few mentions of people coming here from the dc2 forum so i thought id register as well...

Here's my ride:



 




windymiller

killin it since '85
Joined
Apr 22, 2011
Messages
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Very nice! What was the CRX like in comparison?
Like a tin can! Spec below, it was very track orientated so was a little bumpy for the road. Id say it picked up quicker than the teg but the gearing etc wasnt a patch on the teg. Id say they were pretty even, but i honda have done the work for me!

High compression B18C import engine
Y2 gearbox rebuilt at time of engine replacement
Tegiwa Stage 2 clutch
ITR flywheel
Skunk2 inlet manifold
Japspeed exhaust manifold, properly heatwrapped
Brembo 10groove front discs
EBC ceramic red stuff front pads
DOT4+ AMG brake fluid
Meister DCS coilovers 10k front springs 7k rears,
D2 rear camber arms
Completely polybushed all around
Racing Hart Cyber 15" wheels
Scorpion centre section and custom burnt tip 4inch rear jap can
AEM long ram air intake and filter
J's racing colour cam cover
Etec front strut brace
Whiteline rear ARB, polybushed
Front ARB polybushed
Rev counter with shift light
Laser alignment

 



dan k

Ek9.org enthusiast
Donator
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Hi mate n welcome bith cars are mint bud :)
 


windymiller

killin it since '85
Joined
Apr 22, 2011
Messages
62
thank you, i loved the rex but at the end of the day being 6ft3 it was a squeeze and wasnt practical

On with the teg!
 


Mat-e

Member
Joined
Apr 24, 2011
Messages
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Like a tin can! Spec below, it was very track orientated so was a little bumpy for the road. Id say it picked up quicker than the teg but the gearing etc wasnt a patch on the teg. Id say they were pretty even, but i honda have done the work for me!

High compression B18C import engine
Y2 gearbox rebuilt at time of engine replacement
Tegiwa Stage 2 clutch
ITR flywheel
Skunk2 inlet manifold
Japspeed exhaust manifold, properly heatwrapped
Brembo 10groove front discs
EBC ceramic red stuff front pads
DOT4+ AMG brake fluid
Meister DCS coilovers 10k front springs 7k rears,
D2 rear camber arms
Completely polybushed all around
Racing Hart Cyber 15" wheels
Scorpion centre section and custom burnt tip 4inch rear jap can
AEM long ram air intake and filter
J's racing colour cam cover
Etec front strut brace
Whiteline rear ARB, polybushed
Front ARB polybushed
Rev counter with shift light
Laser alignment

You didnt use to work in halfords in ashford did you?

Just by chance i saw this or one like it, stripped completely out.
 








windymiller

killin it since '85
Joined
Apr 22, 2011
Messages
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Welcome to the forum dude, I miss my S14A :(
Miss what...the grief and expense:blabla: i liked mine like i liked the supra, 350z and various gt-fours but they are all the same expensive toys that arent used properly:nice:
 


Jimbo

B18C-R
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Oct 27, 2010
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Miss what...the grief and expense:blabla: i liked mine like i liked the supra, 350z and various gt-fours but they are all the same expensive toys that arent used properly:nice:
The noise and surge of 347 WHP and the unpredictability round corners, but don't miss the uber low MPG :)

Never once had a problem with mine, build it properly build it once ;)

At the end of the day, different cars are to different people's needs and wants!
 


windymiller

killin it since '85
Joined
Apr 22, 2011
Messages
62
i never had a problem with mine but that power is useless on the road ;) my crx and the teg are two of the best cars ive ever owned, totally useable fun
 


dean85

New Member
Joined
Apr 28, 2008
Messages
191
Welcome bud, where in kent are you based, few owner's on here now from Sunny ol Kent
 




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