There is this dream, a fantasy of mine. It’s to drive a few laps in a N1 spec EF9 and N1 EG6 on both of these Loops. It would have to take place at that time and era of course; late 80’s-mid 90’s.
Macau Guia Circuit; if Loop 1 was converted into a professional circuit, this would be it! Just a thought, who’s to say that they have to stay on the highway loop if it was converted into a street circuit??
Such a crazy race! And to think, majority of the races held at Guia are like that!
Now let’s enter The Loop
Back in the days the k-zoku’s would cause mischief on the local streets, just before entering the highway for some havoc. Kanjozoku cars are nearly the same as N1 cars, more or less. Just with a big dose of ghetto-ness from the street! Even though the two loops are different, the driving style is still the same. ✌️
Due to covid-19 I had to settle for an aftermarket replacement part, rather than going with a performance braided line because everything is back ordered until further notice.
This will be the first time using a aftermarket replacement part on my Civic… I would always go performance and/or OEM. Now, all the maintenance parts I bought for the Odyssey were all bought on Rock Auto, and they’re all holding up fine! I have pure confidence! It’s just different, if that makes sense to all the gear heads and tuners out there reading this. And that’s fine.
Since we’re all on a stay at home order, I decided to install a new set of seat rails I got from my buddy Kenjo (Garage Star). Support your local independent businesses during these crazy times. Shit, support them even without these crazy ass times.
The seat is very centred (pictures don’t do justice) and I can actually go even lower due to the fact my seats have another set of bolt holes. I am 5’8 with shoes on, the seat goes forward a little bit more than the PCI adjustable seat mounts (at least for the EG application). For folks who are shorter may have an issue, but that’s nothing a cushion and/or adding another set of nut inserts in your seat can’t fix.
Shout out to all blue-collar workers out there. The end of the year is coming up, make that hard work pay off; raises, bonuses, etc. I have been busy lately. My job is in the manufacturing field. By viewing these pictures, I can sense the hard work these folks put in. I know where y’all coming from. Peace world.
Kei Miura’s job is considered blue-collar as well…