Just out on a beautiful day screwing around with my boosted Civic. I built this car from the ground up. There isn't a bolt that I haven't turned, and there aren't too many OEM parts left besides the shell. I just installed a new Turbonetics 60-1 Hifi, Tial F38 external wastegate, Tial Q50 BOV, and a few other parts. It was tuned last summer on an eBay 50/63 57 trim turbo with the Tial wastegate on 12 psi and it made 308 whp with BC stage 2 turbo cams, BC dual valve springs with titanium retainers, ported and polished head, Cometic MLS head gasket, Gates Racing timing belt, ARP head studs, ACL Race Bearings, ARP main studs, ARP rod studs, NPR piston rings, all with stock internals and it made that much power to the wheels on an eBay turbo...I bought this engine from a salvage yard and watched the guy take it out of an auto Integra with 86,000 miles on it. I refreshed the block by replacing the main and rod bearings, the piston rings, a fresh hone, new head gasket, and all of the other general maintenance items before I threw some boost at it. I've owned many cars in my lifetime (51 to be exact) and I've owned some good ones like a 1990 Eagle Talon TSI AWD turbo that I modified to make 586 awhp, multiple Cadillacs, I even built a 92 Dodge Colt hatch with a 4g63t swap that ran 11s, but this Civic has been my favorite because it's reliable, easy to build and work on, and nobody expects it to be as fast as it is. Right now it needs a tune and that's why I'm not revving it out to rev cut (8600 rpm because it was balanced) and I lost traction in 2nd, but you get the idea of how quick it is. Let me know what you think. It's been 2 years since I bought this car and everyone loves it now. Thanks in advance to all of you.