Sunday, August 31, 2008

Hyper rev mag

Hello again to everybody, if you interested to buy magazine. please don't hesitate to text me.
so far above are some of the new updated magazine on sale. Each costs $50.

selling DC5 brembo calliper

Hello to everyone, i'm thinking of selling my front DC5 brembo brake calliper with 2 piece slotted biot rotor for $2.5K. If interested. please text me. 8853565. k thanks.

Honda Civic Type R - FD2

Performance Upgrade?
Beneath the restyled hood beats the modified 2.0-liter, with improved breathing and a higher compression ratio helping to make those 221 horsepower at 8000 rpm plus 159 pound-feet of torque at 6100, just beyond the VTEC switchover. These figures trail the S2000's by only 16 horsepower and 3 pound-feet. The redline is 8600 rpm, and a close-ratio six-speed keeps the engine spinning in the rowdiest part of the power band.

Revised springs and dampers and fatter anti-roll bars keep this most-entertaining Civic flat, while grip is handled by the Bridgestone Potenza RE070s—the same tires as those worn by the S2000 CR—and huge discs clamped by Brembo calipers bring things to a halt in a hurry.

For more info visit:

Friday, August 29, 2008

Australia DC5 turbo

Here is the 226.8kw of turbo DC5 type R for you to see.
for more info. Go to website.

Sunday, August 24, 2008

S2000 CR

Introducing the next roadster to epitomize the pure thoroughbred racer lineage of Honda motorsports: The 2008 S2000 CR “Club Racer”.

Intention: The S2000 CR was designed to drive to the track, and around it. The CR is a competitor, and its driver should possess the desire to maximize its potential for improved track times at club racing events.
Quicker: The factory-tuned CR is an extreme performer. Its aerodynamic design and stiffer suspension settings provide increased rigidity and increased downforce. It’s a purist’s sports machine that builds on the race-inspired attributes of the original S2000—then cranks out even more of everything sports car drivers crave.
Lighter: The CR takes “track-inspired” to an entirely new level. With racecar-like suspension and lower weight, its cornering, braking and acceleration make it one of the best rides around. To accomplish this, the audio system and air conditioning are now offered as options and the spare tire has been replaced with a tire repair kit. This, along with other modifications, lightens the racy roadster by nearly 100 pounds from the original S2000. Add in a taut new chassis, quicker steering ratio, “stickier” tires, and track-inspired has never felt so meaningful.

Saturday, August 23, 2008

How much HP is your car?

SHH Pro Shop rewards all customers with a super good bargain to find out the real POWER of your cars.


For more info, visit this link: SHH PRO SHOP

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

DC5 Greddy V Manage Setup

for more information go to:

poisonDC5 with V manage Setup. Great Work Ohura!!
photo taken by SHH Pro Shop.

Monday, August 18, 2008

Bloodline - Type R

Japan Ver. & Euro Ver.

zam (aka 'R5') - Honda Euro FN2 Type R and wan (aka 'PoisonDC5') - Honda DC5 Type R


Anyone interested to order this item


4in2 and 2 in 1 $2k

hello, everyone to DC5 and EP3 fans, if you want to order this item, you can contact me. Above are the price with shipping to Brunei.
if you want to know other item just text me. 8853565.

Sunday, August 17, 2008

2008 YKF Best Car Club

Congratulation to Team R! Honda Pride!!!! :D for more photos and info go to

Thursday, August 14, 2008

Best LSD ever

This is so far the best LSD for DC5 because it control Both drive meaning to say that it's more or less like driving a AWD car. So I suggest you go for this LSD.

The Quaife Differential powers both drive wheels under nearly all conditions, instead of just one. With an ordinary open differential, standard on most cars, a lot of precious power is wasted during wheelspin under acceleration. This happens because the open differential shifts power to the wheel with less grip (along the path of least resistance). The Quaife, however, does just the opposite. It senses which wheel has the better grip, and biases the power to that wheel. It does this smoothly and constantly, and without ever completely removing power from the other wheel.

In drag-race style, straight-line acceleration runs, this results in a close to ideal 50/50 power split to both drive wheels, resulting in essentially twice the grip of an ordinary differential (they don't call open diffs "peglegs" for nothing).

In cornering, while accelerating out of a turn, the Quaife biases power to the outside wheel, reducing inside-wheel spin. This allows the driver to begin accelerating earlier, exiting the corner at a higher speed.


Wednesday, August 13, 2008

HyperREV Magazine

Anyone Interested in HyperREV Magazine for DC5 Type R, Civic Type R Ep3 or FD2? If interested please contact Mus (aka "tunedDC5") or email us at
Price: $50.00. The books which you ordered will arrive within one week.


HyperRev is regarded as the definitive owners bible for tuning and customization. Each issue is precisely focused to a particular make of vehicle and includes in depth reports, features and product listings spanning the entire spectrum of OEM and aftermarket performance tuning and styling. Most HyperRev books are between 200 and 300 pages. For popular cars there are often multiple volumes of HyperRev books that are released.

Enthusiasts worldwide have found HyperRev books to be an invaluable resource for learning about new performance parts and planning the modification of their vehicles.

Please note: Although HyperRev is produced only in Japanese, most brands and product specifications can be read and understood in English. Needless to say, the full color pictures speak for themselves.

Tuesday, August 12, 2008


Welcome to Blazing R Club.
The site is now officially live and active!!
A big THANKS to unamariposa for the blog layout and forum :D good work.

here's a Type RR for you hehe

Monday, August 11, 2008


New forum is up! 
To all new members please register and lets get this site active! :D

click on the Forum link on the right.