874 WHP Honda Civic Si

Since day one, an Si badge on the back of a Honda Civic meant it was different. This special Civic always came in a manual transmission only, meaning non-car people need not apply. Up until 1999, the Civic Si was only offered as a coupe. Everything about the Honda Civic […]

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163 WHP Toyota Corolla GTS

In a time when most cars were making the transition to front-wheel drive, the Toyota AE86 stayed true to its rear-wheel drive spirit. While it made no real impression at the time, the AE86 became iconic after starring in the Initial D anime. Despite being underpowered, the AE86 serves as […]

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1,000 WHP Nissan Skyline GTS-T

The world of racing is filled with stories. Each car build brings an entire journey along with it, from cars that were once garage queens, to ones that have never seen tracks. Steve Glassen wrote an iconic tale with his 1992 Nissan Skyline GTS-T. What was once a rolling shell […]

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343 WHP Honda NSX

THE HONDA NSX SUPERCAR DESIGN ENDURED PRODUCTION with few changes over the course of 15 years. Designed at a time when Honda engineers were focused on performance, the NSX featured an all-aluminum unibody, aluminum race-tuned suspension links, a mid-engine layout for balance, a high-specific-output-perliter, variable valve-timing V6 engine and timeless […]

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492 WHP Honda S2000

What does it take to move the spirit and 2,800-pounds too? The roar of 500 horsepower would do the trick. What would move the spirit even more? Doing the work yourself. Corporal Ben Huey’s old Civic was pretty tired, which put him in the market for a new ride. While […]

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1,081 WHP Audi Sport Quattro

When we think of all-wheel drive legends in rally, our minds immediately go to the Mitsubishi Evolution and the Subaru WRX STI. However, well before these two made names for themselves, the Audi Quattro was the benchmark. The Audi Quattro made its way on the scene in 1981 and quickly […]

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590 WHP All-Carbon R34

The level of upgrades on a car usually shows the level of commitment the owner has for the build. Bolt-on upgrades shows you’re interested, a built engine shows you’re serious, and a full carbon fiber interior and exterior shows you’re all in. Jason Garcia chose the hard way, twice. After […]

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1,401 WHP Porsche GT2

Porsche has come a long way since its humble beginning back in 1948, when Ferdinand Porsche introduced the very first Porsche 356 using just 200 workers in a small place. Each year since then, Porsche continued to evolve with the latest technology, the highest-quality parts, and more efficient designs that […]

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507 WHP Acura NSX

During the times when the GT-R, RX-7, Supra, EVO, and STi all had turbochargers, Acura took a chance and produced a naturally-aspirated supercar-like in the NSX. The Acura NSX became a phenomenon, competing with hyper cars like the Ferrari, both in terms of looks and performance. Lightweight, wide-bodied, and on-point […]

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446 WHP Nissan Silvia S15

Whether it’s a Silvia, an NSX, a Skyline, or a Supra; it comes down to the purpose. Some people build cars that they’ve dreamed about since childhood, some want the best platform, and others have a deep reason behind their journey. The story of the car is what makes a […]

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740 WHP Toyota Supra

With all that hype surrounding the new Toyota Supra, people can’t help but criticize it simply because it’s not the JZA80 Supra. No matter what Toyota does now, unless it’s a replica of the original fourth-generation Supra, it won’t be good enough. If you’re a fan of DSPORT Magazine, the […]

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582 WHP Mitsubishi EXO Evo

When you finally make the decision to turn your vehicle into a dedicated race car, one of the best ways to shave some time off your slip is to start reducing weight. Some racers change their stock seats with aftermarket ones, other drivers replace their hoods with lighter carbon fiber, […]

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380 WHP Supercharged Acura NSX

Is this a Ferrari? When Acura introduced their NSX in 1989, enthusiasts were taken by surprise. Some called it the Ferrari of Honda, others just didn’t believe it was a Japanese vehicle. Gas stations around the United States witnessed conversations between NSX drivers and bypassers asking what supercar this crazy-looking […]

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219 WHP Acura Integra

In the midst of the Honda Civic’s popularity, the Acura Integra was born as the more refined, sporty, luxurious version of the common Japanese vehicle. In 1986, one years after its introduction in Japan, the United States got its first taste of the Integra. Coupe, hatchback, and sporting a brand-new […]

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300 WHP Datsun 510

The history of motorsports plays a huge role in popularizing car platforms. In the ‘60s and ‘70s. the Datsun 510 was put on the map by a racing team called BRE (Brock Racing Enterprises). Through various SCCA wins, the Datsun 510 became known as a force capable of beating the […]

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