- Torrance, Calif.
For the Temple of VTEC's inaugural SEMA entry, the goal was to build the 2006 Civic Si into a very competitive track car without sacrificing streetability. More power, more grip, and less weight were the keys to meeting those objectives. Engine modifications include a reprogrammed Hondata ECU, Intrinsic Performance Solutions cams, AEM intake, DC Sports race header and DC Sports exhaust system. Progress Technology springs and dampers replace the stock components, and ToV worked with The Tire Rack for SSR wheels and Avon tires.
|Powertrain Modifications||Hondata Programmable ECU|
|.||Intrinsic Performance Solutions IPS-K2 Camshafts|
|.||DC Sports stainless steel exhaust race header|
|.||DC Sports stainless steel exhaust|
|.||JDM Accord Euro R Intake Manifold|
|Chassis/Suspension Modifications||Progress Technology springs and dampers|
|.||A-SPEC Racing anti-roll bars|
|.||19x8 SSR Comp-H Forged Aluminum Wheels (street)|
|.||17x8 SSR Comp H Forged Aluminum Wheels (track)|
|.||225/35R-19 Avon Tech M500 tires (street)|
|.||225/45R-17 Avon Tech RA tires (track)|
|Exterior Modifications||Honda Factory Performance Body Kit|
|.||Honda Factory Performance Fog Lights|
|.||Seibon Carbon Fiber Hood|