1992 Honda Civic Si EG6 Milano Red hatchback SiR2 B16A/Civic Type R S4C LSD
- Make: Honda
- Model: Civic
- Type: Hatchback
- Trim: Si
- Year: 1992
- Mileage: 250,000
- VIN: 2HGEH3385NH532768
- Color: Red
- Engine size: JDM OBD1 B16A SiRII
- Number of cylinders: 4
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive type: FWD
- Interior color: Grey/Black
- Drive side: Left-hand drive
- Safety options: Driver Airbag
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1992 Honda Civic Si
I bought this car right here on eBay in 2012. It was completely stock except for a set of wheels and a catback exhaust. I bought it sight unseen, 300+ miles away, and paid $2300 for it. As soon as I got it home I began to build it for SCCA SOLO Autocross. This is literally the most exhilarating car I've ever driven. STIs, EVOs, Corvettes - they won't get your adrenaline pumping when you're chucking it through a corner like this car will. A set of really big grippy tires and a big rear swaybar are all you need to add to experience the lateral Gs and pull-your-face-off braking that this car offers.
Anyway, I've essentially moved on from autocross for health reasons and what's left has to go. I honestly just want to pull the engine and transmission out and sell the shell because the motor and trans are really spectacular. I know I'm going to catch the Honda bug again someday, and these clean swaps will not be around anymore. This swap was exceptionally clean. It literally looked brand new when it arrived on the pallet from HMotors.
The shell needs a front bumper cover because I trimmed it to fit some large tires. It also has a little bit of rust in the quarters, but it's minimal, easily repaired, and the rest of the car is rust free. I can invlude a set of replacement quarter panels that can be used for the repair if the new owner is interested. The chassis, the floors, suspension, etc are all clean, no rust at all. The quarter rust was there when I bought the car in 2012 and has not grown at all. But I don't drive the car in the rain or snow and it is usually garaged, so that may be why. And I've wrenched on this car so much, that nothing is seized or overly greasy.
And nothing is Mickey Moused together, this car isn't a basket case. This car will be a pleasure to work on for the next owner. No headaches here. I'd consider this a mechanically sound car that is in need of some minor to moderate cosmetics to be perfect.
Here's what we've got...
*New* means in the last 500 miles
B16A SiR2 from HMotorsonline (OBD1 JDM 92-95 SiR motor, factory rated 170hp. Looked brand new when it was delivered in 2013. 25 miles ago compression was tested, results were a perfect 225,225,220,225)
S4C LSD Trans (built by Synchrotech, dual carbon synchros on 2nd, 3rd, 4th. Helical LSD that really works, shifts perfectly)
Genuine JDM P30 ECU with stock map
Hasport 60a mounts
Front lower torque mount poly inserts
DC Sports 4-1 header (a little surface rust at the bottom)
2.5" Blackworks Test Pipe
NEW Yonaka Cat Back Exhaust (Black)
NEW Aluminum Shifter Bushings
AEM Short Ram
Koni Sport Single Adjustable Shocks
Ground Control Coilover Sleeves
Ground Control Drop Hats
NEW OE Front Lower Contol Arms
NEW OE Ball Joints
NEW Adjust Front Upper Control Arms (I don't remember the brand, but they were about $200 for the pair)
New OE Rear Upper Control Arms
Polyurethane rear trailing arm bushings
Quick Ratio Power Steering Rack from Integra
NEW Power Steering Lines
NEW Outer Tie Rods
ASR Rear Subframe Brace
Aluminum Rear Lower Control Arms
NEW Brake Booster
NEW Brake Master Cylinder
NEW Hawk HP+ Brake Pads front and rear
Goodridge Stainless Steel Brake lines
NRG Quick Release w/ small steering wheel
NEW Genuine Honda Radio Delete Plate
The interior carpet was replaced because the old one was old and had holes in it. It wasn't cut very well from the carpet factory, unfortunately. It's cut a little short under the dash. Its not real noticable but Ive tried to attach pictures of the issue.
And there are probably a few things I forgot to list.
I've tried to describe this car as accurately as possible, but with that said, it is 26 years old and is far from perfect. That being the case, this car is sold as-is where-is. I have been on eBay for over a decade with 100% positive feedback and I've sold several older Hondas and Acuras to happy owners, so please bid with confidence. The car is not perfect but it's a blast to drive and there will be no surprises.