You are not reading wrong. 801hp on stock cylinder sleeves in Octavio’s K-series Civic. The power number and in general, the graph are amazing all the way across the board. Look at that Air Fuel! This thing is nuts. And while possibly a ticking time bomb, as everything eventually can blow up, we are proud to see people push the bar with numbers to truly test the walls of these blocks and the action. Do we have the balls to do it, possibly not, but it is a fun thing to watch for anyone who is a fan of making power and pushing limits to the maximum! Continue reading
Let us start by saying we will call him FastGuy. So remember Sedrick=FastGuy. Aka Straight Outta Brooklyn.
Now that we have got that out of the way, let us introduce to you one of the most outspoken people we get to deal with. Blowing phones up at 2am, running around to get parts like a mad man looking to finish the car, and keeping the photos flowing, FastGuy Racing simply put is madness. To recap a little, Sed had a All Motor build that started up and went well. He hit the wall with that chassis.
Build #1 All Motor K breakout. Not that this car did a ton, but it was the start for Sed.
One week later we had build #2. After that crash into the wall on Sunday, the following week this car was together and ready to run! This build went faster, more parts, more money, and then…. BOOM! Dropped a valve, it was a wrap on that build.
Build #3. FastGuy Racing decides to step up from the All Motor class to Sport Front Wheel Drive.
Known as SFWD, this class is strictly for bad asses these days. This class is made to still have the appearance of a street car. Hell, in some states, it could be! Key points include:
It also is found explained by Aaron Bonk here on HondaTuningMagazine.com.
Here is the video build up of FastGuy’s new SFWD Civic
Here is another look into FastGuy’s build from a different prospective. These feature some language (NSFW), but you shouldn’t be watching while you are working anyways! Who does that?!!>??
So for this build up to Honda Day, FastGuy has been on a complete tear to get this car finished up, on the Dyno, and ready for competition. Will the car race at Honda Day? We cannot say for sure yet but the mad dash to finish up in time is definately going on. This guy have probably burnt hundreds of dollars this week alone trying to run around for last minute parts. We do not want the bill for that!
Here is a mod list for this SFWD coupe:
We will keep you updated on FastGuy’s progress throughout the year and hopefully bring you video after video of mid 8-second passes over and over! Til next time….
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Honda Tuning Magazine always details a project car in house for their tech articles and for 2014 they have rolled out Project DB2, a 1992 Acura Integra GSR for assembly. The 92-93 GSR is unique to the Honda/Acura lineup because it is the 1st vehicle stateside to house a Dual Overhead Cam (Dohc) Vtec engine. The 1.7 liter which was in the GSR was exclusive to North America, along with a few other parts of the car, making it a classic among enthusiast. Matt Rodriquez, Editor, was excited to jump into this project. Vibrant Performance was proud to get on board of the build supplying Fabrication components to aid in the turbocharging of this historic Acura.
The PRI Show (now owned by SEMA) has moved back to it’s classic location of Indianapolis.
the cold weather, attendance is looking to be strong over the next 3 days. We are at the Vibrant Performance booth, and will have free stickers available the entire show. Please stop by, take a few, and tell us if you follow us! We also plan to do updates periodically about the show on Facebook, and have a daily report about PRI posted on FabricationLife.com
We walked through the venue last night and snapped a few photos of the booths as they were setting up.
Seeing this car on track is mind-blowing at times.
Real Time Racing
Blower Cars always get big attention, this one will draw a crowd!
This build is extremely interesting. Ford GT with a blow-thru setup, using VanJen Clamps, big screw supercharger, electronic city, and a completely redesigned cooling system. More to come on this car on FabricationLife.com.
Here you can see the prep work going into the display.
We will update more on the PRI Show. Check back to see what craziness we find, and who we happen to see. If you have something you are wanting to see tell us!
Derek at All In Fabrication and Ricky at SpeedFactory Racing have long been 2 major contributors to FabricationLife since it’s creation. These 2 have recently joined forces and combined to make a powerhouse in the fabrication department at SpeedFactory. This couldn’t come at a better time for SpeedFactory, now at their new facility in Tacoma, WA.
Here is an excerpt from Speedfactoryracing.net:
SpeedFactory Racing is proud to welcome Derek Chorum from ALL IN Fabrication to our team! In an effort to expand our fabrication capabilities and custom product line, ALL IN Fabrication and SpeedFactory Racing have combined forces to create an unparalleled level of fabrication. Derek and his equipment will be here in-house full time working alongside Ricky and the rest of our crew as an integral part of our expanding team. Derek’s knowledge, welding & machining capabilities and experience combined with the SpeedFactory Racing Team is sure to bring innovative racing products to the forefront of the industry. Derek’s previous ALL IN Fabrication product line will still be available as SpeedFactory Racing products. Stay tuned for daily updates on new SpeedFactory Racing products being developed.
We look forward to sharing this team’s hard work with you on Fabrication Life in the near future!