Remember this CRX?

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Of course you do.
For those who don’t know, the owner of this magnificent CRX is Wayne Denman.
IMO this was the game changer CRX back in the early 2000’s (along with a lot of Hawaiian cars).
However, the car was lost in 2004 in an accident. (Thank the heavens he walked away alive!)
After that incident he built this CRX, dubbed the “JUNcr-x”juncrx_01 juncrx_02 juncrx_03 juncrx_04 juncrx_05

The specs were:

JUN ported ITR head
JUN valvesprings
JUN retainers
JUN stageIII cams/gears
stock ITR valves
stock ITR IM portmatched
DH racing 65mm TB
AEBS fuel rail
RC 440 injectors
ghetto intake w/HKS filter
AN-R header

B20Z 84mm
ARP headstuds
cometic headgasket
EAGLE rods
WISECO 12.1 pistons
stock crank/sleeves
ITR oilpump/waterpump
oem Honda bearings
MOROSO oilpan

B16 gears
4.4 final
CTR helical LSD
EXEDY clutch
JUN ultralight flywheel

MSD 6al
APEXi N1 itr suspension
custom crossmember
stock front swaybar
6pt chromolly cage
4gallon fuel cell(in stock gastank location)6an
japan front end(modified US mugen style bodykit)
japan ef8 front and rear disc conversion
SPOON SW388 15×6.5
FALKEN azenis 205 55

220.3 hp 149.6 lb torque WHP pumpgas 92 oct

 He ended up selling the car in 2007.
We all have seen situations like that before…
An enthusiast selling his/her baby and thinking that they’re out of the game for good…
Then one day out of the blue they get that itch to build another…!




Meet PVT Runner T. Arakawa

Meet PVT Runner Tomohiro Arakawa from Nagoya, Japan.

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The USDM style seen on his DC2 comes from his love for the American culture. He installed EG6 hubs so he can use the 4×100 lug pattern, reflecting a common style seen here in the states; a clean Honda lowered on OEM wheels.
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Tomohiro isn’t just into styling a car to make it look pretty. Before owning his DC2, he also had a B18C powered EG6 which he attended many race events with. Once a gear-head, always a gear-head!

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Welcome to the Private Runners Street Family Tomohiro!!!

End of an era


“A car with a massive amount of history. Purchased from my mom in 1997ish as my first car. Was just a first car too get me to and from work and to bike races. Years later I got into Autocross racing. Earned a FSP National Championship win. Two time SMF B.C Champion, and the car ran up the iconic Knox Mtn Hill Climb 4 times. Fastest time was a 1:59 up Knox. Lots of track days in the car traveling long nights beating the piss out of it. Almost killing my self once LOL and still making it home for work the next day.

Here are some stats…



1.5 litre stock
1.5 Super Charger
1.5 JDM d15b Supercharged (oil burner)
mid season 1.6 engine sway supercharged
1.6 Forged internal build with Ported Endyn Blower. (lost compression oil burner)
1.6 Vtec from pick and pull.
1.6 vtec Custom water cooled Endyn Blower. 200 HP 155 FTlbs Possibly first one ever fabed in the world.
1.6 High Comp NA build 150 Hp 128 FTbls

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2.4 K24vtec Killer 220 HP 180 FTlbs (First one of its kind in Canada ?)



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Tokico whites on KGMM springs
Zeal B2s
Koni yellow
Ground control advance design 2 sets. 4 energy suspension kits, 19mm rear sway bar and ASR 32mm sway bars.
Custom Valve Bilsteins

Wheel sets:
Somewhere around 35 sets of wheels including wheels for racing… Lost track…


The list goes on… so much time so much money… it was a blast !!!!! The only way the car was cool and fun was the knowledge of the builder and the fabricator that help with my journeys with the car.

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I made this car what it is. Not the internet… Remember that KIDS.



Special thanks to Justin for all the help over the years with last minute shit, parts, and countless exhaust fab’d up and shit like that lol. Huge thanks also for teaching me a shit load of skills at JBDR. It was a good run and man we made some cool stuff. RIP Team Limit Boys, Ryan Cali, Dave Mann, Ryan Watson, Ryan Lorke, Greg Anderson, Nick Kirkley, Jaime MacDonald, Sead Causevic, Tyson Kaempffer and the Sherrif for support at races and I hope you keep racing your cars.

I built this car to for one soul purpose Racing !!!

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Many who know me well will know I loved to drive my car more than anyone I knew in the car scene. Burning up back roads at night when you could get away with it…

I wouldn’t say I lost the love of driving it, but more the time and money I had to invest to keep it going. With race tracks so far away the stress of making it home in one piece was way to much. I’m back into MTB racing and somehow have become more addicted to this than anything else the past couple years. Going faster than I ever have at the age of 36 feeling good about riding my bike again. I met a lot of cool people along the way and I will still be in the scene verbally abusing dumb kids with my vast knowledge and telling them how to correctly setup a Honda. 


Thanks again guys and gals you know who you are !!”

– Shane Jensen


 What I like about Shane is that he’s straight forward; when given car advice, he doesn’t sugar coat anything. In example, like how he talks shit about my stock wheels… LOL peace!


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PVT Runner V. Dabis Jr.

Rothmans Group A Rally PVT Civic


No members of the Private Runners own a show car. If we decide to show our cars at an event, it will act more as a display to show what we are about. PVT member V. Dabis Jr did just that. Before the event; the night prior, he took his Civic out for some good ol’ rally fun, leaving it dirty for the show.

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Not being much of a car show person, he left his car on display and went ice skating for most of the time of the show. When he returned to the event he was granted with the trophy for best engineering.

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Congratulations brother!