Reader’s car: Patrick’s 850hp "Garage"

Posted by Matt Rus - October 12, 2012 - 0
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This is probably everyone’s dream garage. To have two cars for different purposes. One with big mods for track days and another for sunny weekends. As if this is not enough I would put 1 or 2 more cars in the garage but that’s just me. So, Patrick Ico from the Philippines have this privilege that he owns two nicely modified cars for different purposes. First one is 1998 Honda Civic also know as Honda Domani which was sold in east Asia and 2010 Nismo 370Z. Both cars aren’t stock. Actually Domani is far from stock. Patrick did B18C swap. With the list of mods that you’ll find at the bottom, Honda makes impressive 525 hp! Of course Garrett GT35 turbo helps a bit to get there. The other one next to the Domani, Nissan 370Z, have more exterior mods than engine mods but still very nicely done. Bride seats, Varis bits and 20″ SSR MS1 wheels makes the Z very neat! Scroll down through the long list of Honda Domani mods / 370Z mods and check out the pics that Patrick sent it for the Farmofminds readers! Thanks Patrick!

 

 

1998 Honda Civic

Engine:
B18C
Forged Pistons (custom made)
Eagle Rods
ARP Headstuds/main stud
Blockguard
Crower Springs/Retainers
HKS Camgears
Neptune ECU (boost per gear)
Exedy Twin Plate
ITR 98 Spec Transmission with LSD
Spoon Gen 2 Hi-tension wire
HKS SSQV
Blox Radiator with Samco Hoses
HP Racing manifold
HP Racing 3″ Full Exhaust
Garett GT35 with Tial Housing
Circuit Hero spark plug cover
Aeromotive Fuel Pump
Injector Dynamics 1000cc
Tomei Fuel Regulator
Sonic Performance Turbine Cover
Greddy Rad Cap
HKS Filter
DC2R Vintag
Precision Intercooler

Interior:
Honda Orthia front and rear seats
Honda Orthia Sidings
USDM Climate Control
Spoon Gen2 Steering Wheel
Integra Type R Gauge(retorfitted)
Defi Gauges with Controller (Boost, Oil pressure, Fuel Pressure)
Dspec Quick Release
Civic Type R Shift Boot
Razo Turbo Timer
Domani Mattings (OEM)

Exterior:
WR Blue
Stage21 CF Monster Hood
Stage21 Custom BYS Front Bumper
Domani Front and Rear
Isuzu Gemini Grille
BWR Towhook
Craftsquare Side Mirrors
JDM Window Visors

Suspension/Wheels/Brakes:
Cusco Front Strut Bar
Ohlins Coilovers
BWR Subframe
STD LCA
16×8.5 +38 BBS RS Westlake Tires
16×7.5 +42 Volk Rays CE28N Advan Neova
17×7.5 Bridgestone VT-R Wheels Advan Neova
Integra Type R 5 lug
AP Racing Front Brake Caliper/Rotors

In Car Entertaintment:
None. Because Racecar

2010 Nismo 370z

Engine:
HKS Filter
HKS Hi Power CBE
AAM Test Pipes
Password JDM Cooling Plate
Password JDM CF Engine Compartment Covers

Interior:
Bride Stradia Lowmax
Curious Models Carbon Triple Gauge Cover
Nismo Shiftknob

Exterior:
Varis CF Hood
Varis Air Duct
Stillen Canards
Fairlady Z Badge

Suspension/Wheels:
SSR MS1 F20x9.5 R20x11
Nitto 555
RSR Lowering Spring
Kics 20mm Spacer

3 Comments

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    wilmer October 13, 2012 - 12:01 am Reply

    wow! speechless:)

  • […] The Nissan GTR. Easily one that most of us (enthusiasts) would consider the ultimate car to lay our hands on. For Patrick, his desires started in 2009 when the new age Godzilla was first released. Make no mistake you’re not looking at the car of an average Joe, Pat’s automotive history tells us that this is going to be a good one. He first started out at the age of 17 with a Nissan Sentra (ye fine first cars suck… but at least it’s Japanese) then after a couple of Civics he upped the game with a WRX, followed by an EVO (that was also built up from the ground up) replaced by a 370Z. […]

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