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sold sold sold sold sold sold sold sold sold

 

We stripped the majority of the IPG decals off the car.

 

We can also install the stock K20a2 camshafts back into the engine and retune it if the new owner is not necessarily planning on running the car in the SCCA STL Class.

 

This is a Winning Car. Will be highly competitive on both a Regional and National level.

 

Built for the SCCA STL class but it will also fall into other racing classes from NASA, Global Time Attack or even make just an awesome HPDE car. Honda reliability, K20 Power, Honda running costs = great package.

 

Phone - 407-324-4684 for quickest response.

Email - [email protected]

Price -- sold sold sold sold sold

 

Car has a salvage title and will be included for the new owner. Was built as a Showroom Stock Car originally quite a few years ago and was raced throughout the Northeast for years before we acquired it about 2 years ago.

 

We have compression tested and leak down tested the engine after each race weekend and the engine is as strong as ever. Wonderful how solid and reliable OEM Honda engines are in racing applications.

 

SCCA Log Book

 

2003 Honda Civic Si

K20a2 Engine

K20a2 6 Speed Transmission

MFactory LSD (Metal Plate)

Has 4.38 Final Drive

Stock K20a2 Longblock, 84k miles when pulled from salvaged car -- fixed one bent valve at the time too

Web Cams STL Spec K20a2 Camshafts (.425" valve lift)

BWR USA Race Header (reinforced after we had it break on us this year during a race...that will never happen again)

ATI Racing Damper

Clockwise Oil Pan Baffle

Oil Cooler

AEM Intake

Custom 3" exhaust with what we refer to as a loud pipe and a more quiet muffler (both will be included and are simple bolt on deals for the rear section)

Hondata KPro

Autometer Oil Pressure and Water Temperature Gauge Installed

Autometer Shift Light Installed

Advanced Design Double Adjustable Coilovers

Comptech Rear Sway Bar / Lower Tie Bar Assembly

KSport Rear Lower Control Arms

Custom Front Upper Camber/Caster Plate

Wilwood STL Legal 290mm Rotor, 4 Piston Caliper Setup

OMP Grip Seat

Racequip FIA Hans Harness

Fire Suppression System installed

Momo Mod 78 Steering Wheel

Includes (6) 15x7 Wheels - all have used 225/50/15 Toyo Proxes RR Tires on them.

(2) Freshly rebuilt sets of axles

(4) New, unused brake rotors -- 2 installed on the car but never raced on

(1) Set of new brake pads, 1 set of used brake pads

 

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Car is now setup and very competitive in the SCCA STL class....racing it regularly but still on the market to the right buyer

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New Price to reflect the car no longer including the Recaro Seat

 

$12,200

 

Car will have an older OMP Grip seat installed for the new owner.

 

we just had the 2 sets of axles for the car freshened up and the car will include a total of 4, brand new, never run rotors

we have 2 sets of pads (1 set with 2 hours on them, 1 set with 5 hours on them) -- note, pads are very inexpensive for these Wilwood calipers, helps keep the running costs down.

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I slowed down on pushing this car on the market for sale because I knew my new car wouldn't be done for this past weekends Sebring event and I really wanted to race it.

 

I took the EP3 out to the Sebring SCCA Majros event after dusting it off and putting some new tires on it and ran great all weekend.

Had a solid 3rd place finish in Saturday's race in sight but sheered an axle with about 2 laps to go, disappointing.

Took a 5th place finish in the Sunday race.

Best time of the weekend was a 2:33.7. How it is setup right now there is surely a 2:32 at Sebring in it. And the sky is the limit after that.

 

Car is proven it can go fast and run at the top.

 

Ready for a new owner. I can have it prepped and ready to race this weekend at Palm Beach if anyone wants to buy it and race right away

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