Spec R Garage

My friend Jabroo opened his own shop a few months back. Introducing: Spec R Garage

If the red EF looks familiar, it’s because that’s Adoobo’s Civic. Fun fact about that car, it has an authentic Mugen N1 spec roll cage pulled from an N1 EF Civic.

Much love and respect to my brothers in Dubai! ✌️

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Historic Relics

Historic relics in Mad Max
Historic Relics in our Wasteland.
“Have we forgotten our pocket-lint, Taco-Bell-budget, living-under-mom’s-roof, having-nothing, yet having-nothing-to-worry-about past?… I have a new mission: to distance myself from my peers who are in search of the ‘finer things’ and get in touch with the young, broke, speed-hungry kid I once was, without a care in the world…”

Old skool sensation

E’S Club Sports was a company that focused on speciality parts aimed at the Civic (AT & EF) as well as the AE86. They’re known for their muffler and coilovers: Eikoh! After the debut of the EG6, Eikoh! parts where no longer made. The company ended up becoming a car maintenance shop.

Imagine, the creator and members of E’S Club Sports probably never would have imaged their parts to pop off like it did. Little would they know that it would end up creating a sensation back then, and a feeling of nostalgia when reflected back on present day. You have OG Kanjozoku’s who opt for their parts and swear by them.

Though the company quit racing parts sales and racing activities about 20+ years ago I bet you they still own some tuner cars with Eikoh! parts on them. It’s good to hear that they’re still around and in business. Something we should keep in mind within ourselves. If you are passionate about something, stay in that mindset one way or another. Stay in the game yo! Be around the things you love and never give up on your dreams. ✌️

Good example

that shows how often Macau races restart due to crashes. Average race at Macau is bout 45 mins. This one is over an hour due to restarting. Amazingly, no one was injured in all those crashes.

Fun fact about these Civic races at Macau is that these cars were filled up with the highest octane available at regular petrol stations prior entering the race, which is tested and documented once the team checks in to the event. Teams must be possible to take 3 litres of fuel at any time during the event. The controlled fuel will be made available by the Organizer. Only the controlled fuel as supplied by the Organizer may be used throughout the Event. The fuel will be unleaded fuel of the commercial petrol which comes from a service station pump. The specification of the fuel will be notified to the competitors by Bulletin before the start of the Event. 🤯 Any alteration to the specification of the controlled fuel as supplied by the Organizer will result in exclusion from the Event.