Will this potentially change *if* the new Street Prepared classing proposal
goes through? I don't remember offhand where the newer Civics fall, but it
seemed to me that some of the heavier CSP cars had some potential in the
'92 Prelude Si
Speed Demon Racing
From: whitney <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>There are no 6th Gen competitive CSP cars - mosly due to weight, the 88-91
>cars are probably the last candidates for that, or maybe a 92 (2100lbs)
>Street touring is the good place for you to be though, street tires (225
>width max) 7" wheels, and all the suspension bolt ons that you like.
>Headers and air intakes and CARB approved chips are also free.
>It is a good(and growing ) class in most places, and does leave you with a
>nice street car. The GSR or Prelude may be better, but the civic will
>still work wel and handle well (which is half the battle)
>GS Talon AWD
>At 10:25 AM 5/20/99 -0500, Brad Cox wrote:
>>I have what a mounts to a hugely general type of question, but I can't
>>resist asking. My situation is this: I recently became involved in
>>My current ride is a '98 civic hatchback (non-vtec). Due to a few simple
>>mods (Eibach Prokits, 16 inch wheels), I've found myself in CSP. At this
>>point I really don't mind getting blown away by all the pax'd as well as
>>non-pax times, but one day I'm sure my ego will take over and I'll become
>>more interested in relative times. This car is and shall remain a daily
>>driver for at least a few more years. I've also adopted an "always
>>type of attitude in reference to my car. In other words, I don't want to
>>remove the springs and go back to stock wheels just for the sake of a
>>pax. I probably just doomed myself with that statement.
>>So, given the situation, here are my questions. First, is there any such
>>thing as a competitive, daily driven, CSP, 6th generation, Honda Civic.
>>Second, if there is such a thing, What do I do to the car to get there.
>>this point I know that I'M currently the weak link in the chain. I need a
>>lot of practice. Also, I know that a good set of race wheels are in my
>>future as well. Is there anything I can do, specifically with reference
>>the suspension (sway bars, strut tower bars, etc.) that would really help
>>I guess my whole delimma could be summed up by asking "Is there hope for
>>and my civic, or do I need to just give up and join the hordes of