More turnkey Civic Si race cars on the way

David S.
By David S. Wallens
Aug 26, 2022 | Honda, Civic, honda civic, Civic Si, HPD, Honda Performance Development, Turnkey

Photography Courtesy Honda

A new Civic means a new Civic race car, and Honda Performance Development is offering its new Civic Si FE1 this November at $55,000.

What do you get for a Civic Si that costs exactly twice as much as the standard version? Basically, this option includes all the parts and development needed to create a turnkey race car ready for SRO’s TCA class, with the entire build based on a body-in-white that, unlike the road-going version, doesn’t start with a sunroof, insulation, underbody coating or seam sealer.

The race car uses the turbocharged 1.5-liter engine and six-speed transmission found in the road car, although it features a few mods–like a stronger fourth gear and Cusco diff. The builds will take place at Honda’s Performance Manufacturing Center in Marysville, Ohio, the same facility that builds the Acura NSX road car.

2022 Honda Civic Si FE1 race car

  • engine: HPD Performance-tuned ECU; HPD/Borla exhaust
  • driveline: HPD high-strength 4-gear set; HPD/Cusco limited-slip differential
  • suspension: HPD/Bilstein double-adjustable dampers; HPD front camber/caster plates; HPD adjustable rear upper arms
  • brakes: Wilwood Superlite calipers w/Wilwood 2-piece rotors; HPD braided hoses
  • body: HPD FIA-spec roll cage; HPD brake ducts; FIA-rated fuel cell
  • interior: HPD driver footrests; OMP steering wheel; OMP seat with HPD mounts; OMP harness; window net; OMP fire-suppression system; Motec C127 dash logger; HPD ballast installation kit
  • wheels: Enkei RPF1
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CoupArrr New Reader
8/26/22 4:55 p.m.

Sounds like a deal at 55K!  You could never build one for the price. Love it. want it.

P3PPY GRM+ Memberand Dork
8/26/22 8:25 p.m.

the word "turnkey" always first presents itself to me as "turkey", as in "gobble gobble"

The color of the automobile didn't help

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