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***PRICE DROPPED*** 96 JDM Honda ITR - RHD/So. Cal/Spoon/Toda

PRICE DROPPED TO $16,500 - firm

-1996 JDM HONDA ITR - RHD-


FYI: this car is just right for beginner or intermediate roadracing/autocrossing. In addition, this car will serve it's purpose well as a demo car for a business in the Honda/Acura performance industry. While I was at Inline Four, it was a great tool for advertising/marketing and to gain exposure.

I would appreciate only serious inquires only.


The car has been daily driven(everyday and taken just about everywhere) and tracked a dozen or so times in the time I've owned it. So the engine is tired with approx. 85k miles. The original cluster was damaged last year and I replaced it with another 96spec cluster. This is 100% authentic with the exception of a U.S. windshield(registration purposes).

Flaws: The heater controls are inop. along with the front and rear defrosters. Rear wires to the hatched were clipped as a race hatch was installed(sold). I have an extra rear hatch defroster wiring if needed. A new heater control switch assy. will be needed for heater and defroster to resume working condition. Very few minor dings and scratches. That's about it. Not bad for an 8 year old car.

Ok, now for the mods.

ENGINE: The engine is basically stock(JDM B18C 11:1 compression). Well maintained, oil changed every 3-4k(Castrol Syntec and occasionally Motul) along with plugs every 6k(NGK BKR7E-11). No A/C or power steering. Drop in K&N air filter. Injectors cleaned and flow-tested by RC engineering once a year. FEEL'S 4-2-1 1pc. header with 2.5in collector, FEEL'S test pipe with heat shields, FEEL'S cat-back exhaust(2.5in piping diameter). NGK R09 silicone spark plug wires, Odyssey lightweight race battery. Stainless-steel clutch line. Stock ITR transmission w/ LSD. Toda Flywheel and clutch. Stock ECU. Fluidyne race radiator. Rear race pipe(2.5 dolphin tail pipe replaces axle back section) will be included.

SUSPENSION/BRAKES: Spoon(yellow) dampers, Spoon springs(linear front/progressive rear...old skool black ones). Spoon front lower tie bar, OEM rear lower tie bar, Spoon rear strut tower bar, OEM ITR front tower bar, EM Racing C-Pillar bar, trunk floor bar and trunk wall bar. JDM 98spec ITR rear upper control arms. Custom front brake setup: Rotora slotted front rotors(95 VTEC Prelude 11in), 98 ITR calipers, Axxis Ultimate front pads. This front setup required me to install 5mm Eibach wheel spacers and ARP extended wheel studs. The rear is factory with the exception of AEM brake pads. Motul 5.1 brake fluid used.

WHEEL/TIRE/EXTERIOR: Factory 4x114.3 96spec wheels with Advan Neova AD07 tires(70% tread left), Spoon carbonfiber hood(real).

INTERIOR: Factory interior, gutted rear(still have rear seats if needed). Momo 12.6in monte carlo w/ NRG quick release, ULTRA speed meter. TAKATA 4pt. racing harness. Eclipse CD player, Pioneer speakers.

The paint is in great condition, no accidents.

I am located in So. California. I do prefer to sell it out of state, considering laws and methods have changed with the registration process since I've done it. For out of state buyers, you will assume all risk if any with your local state laws.

Some of you may remember this car from a Honda Tuning cover shot or Import Racer magazine. If you have any questions or comments, I do prefer them via PM or email ([email protected]). Please do not call me at work to inquire about the car.













-Brandon
 

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oh $h!t son!!! brandon is that you!? it's me sar.
i must bow down to the jdm-ness :worship:
hit me back man

hey guys i've seen this car. this $h!t is off the hook.
 

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SiRcivic27 said:
decent car but when you crash that thing expect to go the hospital. The harness is mounted all wrong, you're going to have major back problems all said and done.
Understood and I do agree somewhat, however, I guess that means over half of the Japanese auto enthusiasts will be in the same boat. The instructions on the belts state no lower than a 45 degree angle. Keep in mind that in the pics, the belts have much slack as they are not pulled forward. Also, when at the track, I move the seat up therefore increasing the angle of the belts.

Thanks for your feedback though.

-Brandon
 

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good luk on the sale..
 

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110 South said:
Not really. It is at a 45 degree angle, per TAKATA's instructions. In the picture it looks as if it is straight down at nearly 80 degrees. Good guess though :up:

-Brandon
whats up brandon, you used to work in IL4 right? its john from FL haha never thought i would run into you again after you quit
 
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