Yes, I'll throw in the turbo kit. However, it was removed after it leaked persistently at the manifold flange. I disassembled it to repair, and found one of the three ears on the cast iron turbo flange was cracked and broken off. I have never had luck getting a cast iron part welded, plus I really wanted a completely stock car in the first place(this car deserves to be kept stock), so I ditched the turbo. It sure did wake it up under boost, but driveablility is much better in stock form. I should also note that the throttle body had been replaced with a larger single round blade unit with an adaptor, and is still installed(I haven't sourced a clean used stock T-body yet) so a few of the vacuum lines are routed differently.Does it come with the BAE turbo kit? How did it drive with it? Finally a red interior you can eat off. :thumbup:
Yeah, it's sad how big and bloated modern cars have gotten.I was behind a Mk. 1 GTI at a light in Manchester, CT last year. I was in my JSW. I just thought how tiny the GTI was.
I was at a store in town a couple of years ago and saw an old Honda across the parking lot. I just thought," wow! a 1970s or early 1980s Honda Civic. In great condition. Can't believe how small it is."
Walked to the car to check it out. Saw the badge: an Accord. I then thought, wow! This is the BIG Honda."
Looked to be a first generation Accord, 1976 - 1981.