Honda Civic Ferio Simple Sporty Type R Engine
Rancakmedia.com – Simple Sporty Honda Civic Ferio Sport, Lightning Fast Type R Engine, and World Class Legs. At first glance, it has been given a sporty makeover or modification with a series of sparse modifications.
The Honda Civic Ferio's signature styling has been retained, but a metallic gold paint job enhances the car's appeal. A somewhat sporty look is radiated by the replacement of an aggressive carbon fiber hood with a hood in the middle.
Including the beautified front bumper with a basic lip spoiler and canards at both corners, in order to get a more aerodynamic impression.
Looking inside the interior, the driver and front passenger are met with a set of black bucket seats built by Recaro TS-G ASM.
Modified Honda Civic Ferio
Other items that have been modified include the Key's Racing quick release steering wheel, the Type R gear lever, and the tacky instrument panel from the Civic Si.
Even after checking the cosmetic and interior modifications, this Civic Ferio convertible still has a lot more to offer under the hood.
The original kitchen runway has been removed, aka engine swap with a new engine called K20A, which was obtained from the Honda Integra Type R.
The innards of the engine have also been overhauled, starting with new intakes and headers on the Hondata K-Pro's electronic control unit.
The new engine's horsepower increase is unspecified, but there is potential to exceed 160 hp. To support the Civic Ferio with this K20A engine, basically a unique upgrade is needed in the legs.
A new suspension arrangement based on the Zeal Function S6 and Suzuki Swift shock absorbers immediately paid off. Meanwhile, the styling is more attractive after being equipped with 16-inch Weds Sport TC005 rims wrapped in semi-slick tires that look sturdy.
The Honda Civic Ferio has been given a sporty makeover with a series of rare modifications. The car's signature styling has been maintained, but a metallic gold paint job enhances the car's appeal.
The innards of the engine have also been overhauled, starting with new intakes and headers on the Hondata K-Pro's electronic control unit. A new suspension setup based on the Zeal Function S6 and Suzuki Swift is required.