What a Beast! The intercooler endtanks, the intercooler piping, the braces to hold the intercooler into place, these are all custom fabricated by PZ Tuning. The Skunk 2 intake has been inverted for this build. It's too bad that the turbo and exhaust manifold are tucked in behind the engine – out of sight! You've already seen that the workmanship there is incredible.
On the right you can see the Fortune Auto remote cannisters. Will makes effective use of the Vibrant VanJen clamps. The end tanks and welds on the intercooler look absolutely better than factory.
These are Fortune Auto 2 Way Pro Dreadnought shocks with Swift Springs (950 lb front and 28 KG rear) and Fortune Auto Camber Plates. Will has high praise for the support that Fortune Auto provides – they are in constant communication and seeking feedback to ensure Will gets the maximum possible out of this setup. The Civic uses a stock swaybar front and an HPD rear swaybar. HPD spherical delrin bushings are used throughout and it has a Godspeed Project rear upper camber kit.
Hasport Mounts help keep the HP firmly in place.
The steering column brackets are integrated into the cage. From the exhaust to the intercooler to the cage, the welding work that you see on the PZ Tuning is amazing! Will is a fantastic fabricator! Look at the precise welds and accurate cuts. This build is fantastic.