Eibach 2017

Words by Tim Wong

This year’s Eibach moved from Lake Elsinore to Fontana for the purpose of a bigger venue to handle the massive turn out every year. I can’t say if it worked or how great it was this year really because I got there in the afternoon probably a few hours left in the event time, but seems like as I was walking through, more and more cars were leaving. I didn’t get a chance to see the show at it’s peak after driving from San Pedro which was literally across town. In terms of awesome new cars, I can’t say I saw anything. It seemed like the usual crowd I’ve seen over and over again. At least the lack of crowds and nice weather made for the easy photo taking.

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I’ve already seen the new Type R, but seeing it next to the Civic Si was a good side by side comparison. Personally, I really like the new Si’s simple design versus the overly aggressive Type R styling.

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Phil Robles’ time attack Civic

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The Eibach EG Civic featuring their fancy Multi-Pro-R2 coilover suspension.

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Haven’t seen Big Mike’s Prelude since it’s debut last year at SEMA which was the last real big show I went to.

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Rywire ITR

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Amir Bentatou’s new DC2 project

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Really great Mugen themed Civic

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