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Hi everyone, I decided to make a wheel well garage, thanks to David Patterson @ThatDudeInBlue YouTube channel. I first picked up my Integra thanks to my parents back in November 2014. Somehow I killed the starter learning to drive stick when I first got the car. Budget was tight and I wasn't able to get the car up and running till a couple months- in the following year. In 2015, I started doing very basic starter modifications. Slowly made purchases for the following; Intake, catback exhaust, coilovers, wheels, tires all for my stock LS B18B1 motor. After a while I found out my radiator support was broken and towards the end of the year I purchased a JDM ITR front end for NorCalAutoStylez here in Fremont CA. That pretty much concluded 2015 as I was on a tight budget on a part-time jobs. To start of 2016, a couple months in I somehow blew my LS motor head blew up on me. Luckily i had more than enough save up for a 98 Type R complete swap. Went down to NorCalAutoStylez and had them install it along with a new Water Pump, Timing belt, and Valve lash adjustment. Shortly after I picked up a p28 ecu and got it chipped with hondata s300v3 and took it down to Edwin Performance in Hayward California. And my car got its first dynotune. On October 2nd, i drove my car all the way to Sacramento Raceway from the bay area of california, for the "California Modified Imports" Pretty impressed with how i did. Ran 14.7 @96 all day. Placed 4th in bracket racing for my first time ever. Then drove it home. And so far this is what's mostly been done with my car to date. Lots more coming soon. Hopefully this ITR set up will see boost in the near future. Still with full gsr/itr color swapped. Thanks for checking this out!
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