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1988 Honda CR-X. Was meant to become my race car to enter in the ChampCar Endurance series. Drove this car from Brooksville, FL to my home (50 miles). The car has stayed in my garage. I stripped it and sold off the seats, carpet, hatch, windows and most of the trim though still have some that are not shown in the images. Converted the rear brake drums to disc. Installed a new high pressure fuel pump from TH Motorsports in the new gas tank. Bought and installed some of the polyurethane bushings. Have stainless steel braided brake lines. Ultra Shield race seat and cushion are new. Fire suppression system is new but should be serviced. Believe the gearbox is an JDM B16A with an OBX Helical LSD diff. Has a B18C1 engine. I can not speak to any modifications that may have been done to the engine prior to me buying the car. I bought a rollcage and have it about 40% installed. Will need to be towed away. I will get suspension, brakes, wheels on. Buy as is. I have several images of it but only seem to be able to upload one.
Helping a teammate sell our 2003 Focus SVT racecar we last used in late 2019. He has moved south of LA, doesn't have the space to keep the car and I've begun building up another car in another state for our team to use. I've raced it at Buttonwillow and helped with it's preparation so feel qualified to co-list it. Summary: Overall, the car is a solid, sorted mid-pack performer. With our best driver, it ran 2:21s at Buttonwillow Star Mazda (track configuration #1) under racing conditions, 2:20s certainly possible. This equates to about 2:14s on the more commonly used 13CW track configuration, but there are plenty of points available under Champ rules with which to dramatically improve speed. It never overheats and after we fixed the notoriously bad header and aging rubber lines, it's been reliable. It would take work to be really competitive (thought race organizers said we just suck as drivers), but it's proven to be predictable and easy to drive at the limit. Whether racing (ie. Champ), advancing your skills (ie. HPDS), or picking up a competition license (ie. SCCA), this should serve its next owners well. We bought the car 90% the way it is and then updated it to be Lemons (B-class) and ChampCar legal for 2019, with proper cage, fuel system, cut-off switches, interior/engine-bay fire suppression, etc. It should also be NASA and SCCA legal (the cage certainly is), but we didn't go through those rulebooks with a fine-toothed comb. Street legal in most US states (though not currently registered) with clear title in hand is helpful in driving the car to an alignment shop or pre-event shake-down testing. No significant accident history. ~99,000 miles, mostly street (with ~10 track event days). Links to YouTube Videos (please watch for thorough overview of the car): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJJsFjXSaRQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GfkGkE6I9ZM Power/Drivetrain: 2.0 I4 Zetec with Cosworth Technologies heads (170HP), factory 6 speed transmission Engine runs well, transmission shifts smoothly Auxiliary aftermarket oil cooler with stainless braided lines The factory cat has been gutted, otherwise engine is stock -- Mobil 1 only Timing belt replaced in 2018 (only a few track events) Clutch replaced in 2018 (only a few track events since) Good battery in proper safety box with clear wiring and USB power ports Handling/Brakes: Ford performance shocks, Eibach springs and Swaybars, camber plates Carbotech pads and slotted rotors, stainless steel brake lines. Plenty of brake pad and rotor life left. Sparco 17x8 wheels with late-2019 DOT-legal 245/40-17 Bridgestone Potenza RE71R 200TW tires with one track day (~5 heat cycles) before being stored in climate controlled darkness (until recently) Safety: 1.75" DOM roll cage by TC Design is fantastic (full circumference, cross-braced, substantial bottom plates welded into the frame rails) Momo seat (Daytona model?) -- our team members varied 5'6" to 6'1" and were all able to pass tech inspection and drive it Firecharger rechargeable fire suppression system New belts in 2019 (good for ~4 more years) Other Notes: Cool suit setup with controller mount on the dash and cooler for quickly changing bags during enduro events It has a lot of weight reduction, many systems deleted Custom aluminum dash, all of the heavy guts of the factory dash have been removed No accident damage noted other than the dings noted in the video. Certainly no evidence of anything substantial. Lights, turn signals, windshield wiper work. Can supply some race data from our last event, including Racelogic data acquisition, so you can compare your speeds with our team's Included Spares: Various removed factory parts (e.g. rear window, wiper motor, etc.) can be sold to recoup some costs Some maintenance items we pre-bought Original alloy wheels with streetable (or practice only track) tires Optional: Not included in sale, but could be if you want to pay more and have a more complete racing setup Race Keeper HDX2 data acquisition system with 2 cameras (https://www.race-keeper.com/hdx2/) Racelogic VBox GPS based data acquisition system Cool suit control Drink holder (4) fuel cans
1992 Nissan NX2000 SE-R – Ready to Race Today! Complete W/ MANY Spares. This very rare Nissan has the history of being the car that Nissan made to compete and beat their own mighty Sentra SE-R. The NX2000 itself utilized the same SR20DE engine as the Sentra, but the SE-R came with the larger brakes, lighter curb weight with a solid roof (no T-Tops or sunroof), and the limited slip differential – all from the factory. The example we are offering took the very good sports car bones of the original and has been dialed up in suspension and overall performance. This car, painted to match the Paul Newman race cars of the ‘80’s (if you squint a bit), was specifically designed to dominate both Lemon’s A-Class and Chump/Champcar B Class. This car was a podium finisher which consistently got our team in the top 10 overall. It has been built to be extremely easy to drive, and drive fast. Of all the cars our team has built (Honda Accord, Dodge Neon, Toyota MR2, Ford Focus), this car is by far the easiest to drive long distance whilst keeping up hot & consistent lap times. This car was originally a west coast car, which was built by a former Chumpcar judge. The cage and fuel cell/fuel system were extremely well built. The car comfortably fit our 5’4” to 6’2” range of drivers and could easily have fit someone as tall as 6’4”. The fuel cell is a 15 Gallon ATL SP115 cell with dual Holly 15”x8” Hydramats & anti-slosh foam. Combined with the filler neck, we have achieved 16.7 gallons of total fuel; More than enough to run 2 hours at any circuit we ran at and could have run to almost 3 hours in race conditions (YMMV). All suspension & bushings have been replaced within the last year or last 6 races. The engine was “blueprinted” 8 race weekends ago, during which time extra power was discovered from the motor. The car weighs in at 2484 lbs (2.5 lbs cross weight differential!!), full wet with a 186 lb driver in the seat. (Est. 2203 lbs dry chassis) If interested, please contact: email@example.com Asking $6700 for car and all spares. Chump/Champcar points claimed: 445 (vs 375 Stock - This could be argued as 350 as equal Sentra SE-R) The upgrade list: · Springs: F 350# /R 300# with Ground Control Coil over conversion kit (40 pts) · Shocks: KYB GR-2 Sport (non-adjustable) (0 pts) · Undersized pulley set (0 pts) · Front Splitter – custom made (10 pts) · Custom fab'd stainless steel 90 Deg brake cooling ducts (not installed yet – see pics) On the Car: · 14 hours on new alternator · 14 hours on all new brake calipers/rotors - all 4 corners · Firesense 4.0 ltr fire system · Schroth enduro belts with Hans shoulder belts. Valid thru 2018. · Always run with Joe Gibbs DT-40 5w-40 racing oil, MT90 trans fluid, Motul 650 brake fluid, Joe Gibbs water pump lube CSP. · Still has heater core / defroster · Working wipers · Aero push hood pins · Extended studs on all mounted and spare hubs · Wired for cool shirt cooler · Custom cool shirt cooler mount · Lexan for side & rear hatch · Window netting · LED Light bar & lights The Spares List: · Both Doors - Complete · Rear hatch · Hood · Front and rear bumper covers · Both Front fenders · Fuel Filler neck · 2x Engines - dressed long block · 1x trans · 12 wheels and tires(2 brand new tires / 4 tires with 1 hour run time) · Both Front hubs (knuckle) carriers · 2x Front bearings & seals · 1 set Rear bearings & hubs · 2 sets of front rotors · 1 set of rear rotors · 1 set front calipers (one each side) · 7x front pads (5xraybestos racing AP549 R-4E & 1Set Carbotechs XP10 & brakebest MKD 549) · 1 set rear calipers (one each side) · 3x rear pads (raybestos racing ap511 R-4E & Carbotechs xp8) · 1 set engine belts · Caliper bolts · Oil drain plugs · Oil drain plug gaskets · 5x sets of hub/wheel adapter rings · 10x spare wheel studs · 1 spare set of hood pins · fuel pump · front driver half shaft · half shaft boot kit · header and downpipe · Spare light mounting bar · Front axle hardware **Car also comes with the Nissan repair manual – updated already for the tech bulletins & our team weights & measures note book (which includes suspension torques & socket sizes, consumable part numbers, and best alignment settings in both degree’s and linear inches)
My neighbor has a Corrado with a blown motor for sale. I don't know much about it besides that, but if you're interested ask me the pertinent questions and I'll get you an answer. Somebody here must want to race one. They look cool.