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1990 Honda CRX B16 NASA PT HC2 SCCA STL (NASA Champs Winner)


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1990 Honda CRX

B16 Swap With TypeR LSD Trans

Built for HC2 or STL


B16A1 block, crank, and pistons

PR3 head and intake (not port matched)

Head shaved .015” for 10.75:1 compression ratio

Honda standard head gasket

ARP head studs (installed) and main studs

Integra Type R cams (stock cams included)

Skunk 2 springs and titanium keepers

Skunk 2 cam gears

New valve seals

Rywire harness with single firewall disconnect

Socketed ECU

Hasport mounts and cable to hydro conversion

96 Type R S80 transmission with helical lsd (shortest factory gearing available)

Exedy flywheel HF01

Exedy clutch 08800B

Synchrotech carbonfiber synchros


Whitener Racing Shocks

Speedway Style Rear Bar

ST Front Sway Bar

ES Bushings

Recent ball joints, wheel bearings, and tie rods


Fastbrakes 11.75 front brakes (fits under some 15x7s)

Aluminum Insight rear drums

Wilwood prop valve inside cabin

15x9 front 15x8 rear 949 6UL wheels

BFG Rival-S tires with lots of tread

The car won a NASA TTF championship in 2015 along with a 3rd place finish in PTE that year (and that was still running the restricted PTF power level). It took second place in TTF at Laguna Seca in 2016. The car has at least a dozen NASA class lap records.

The car is in good condition. Has never had any major wreck damage. There is a well built 8 point cage with NASA logbook. I think the window net is out of date but it should be race ready with new fluids. I have a good number of extra body parts including two rear hatches (one glass, one lexan). I also have a spare parts box that has spare control arms, complete loaded front knuckles with new bearings and new wheel bearings for the rear. I also have a complete wiring harness to super easily swap the car back to a D series motor. The extra parts can be included or sold separately.


Located in Fort Worth, Texas

Delivery available



That photo album has years of photos including the car in it's construction and crash damage.

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