A little bit of history: It began in 2011 when Rob found himself contemplating whether to buy the EG shell and insert the parts he had in his previous EG (an EG6 with a B16 which he crashed). He eventually made the decision to purchase the shell and source out a B18 from a Honda EG that was written off and put them together.
Rolling on custom steelies 16×8 +0 offset wrapped in yokohamas 175/50 all round and his second set work nezzarts 16×8 wrapped in dunlop formula R 225/45 and 215/50.
Since the shoot he has changed to a smaller profile tyre 165/45/16 +0 offset all round 16—8. Crazy!!
We encountered a few problems on the first day of the shoot. Facing flooded pathways on our journey to the secret location, we had no idea how deep the waters were and took the risk. Bad move. After two hours, we managed to get the EG out but it was too late and we had to reschedule.
A perfectly good example of what an EG should look like.
The whole rear of the interior was completely stripped and a custom 6 point full cage was installed and powder coated in purple.
Big thanks to
Tuan Tran and his father for doing the conversion.
Thao Tran for smashing her EgB18 and selling it.
X customs for laying on the colour.
The crew for helping me prep the bodywork giving me advice.
His girlfriend Sherilyn for helping him with the car, paying for most of it, pushing him to finish it when he was going to give up.
EG shell full respray in urban titanium
Carbon spoon wing
Accord side skirts
Spoon style mirrors
Custom6 point full cage powder coated in purple
EG6 touches here and there
B18c7 motor rebuilt
Type r box
Injen style intake
3 core radiator( waiting to be installed )
Work Nezzarts 16×8 wrapped in dunlop formula R 225/45 and 215/50
Custom steelies 16×8 +0 offset wrapped in yokohamas 175/50 all round
Front: Type r calipers on 304mm slotted rotors
Rear: Vti-r calipers on rotors
Blox front and rear camber arms
Whiteline rear swaybar
Bwr subframe brace
Dc2r rear lca