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January Customer Spotlight! Dirty South Checking In!

by admin September 27, 2017 2 min read

When I think of the Dirty South,AKA Atlanta, GA, Honda’s don’t really come to mind. However, Dylan Crumely will make you think otherwise.  After talking to him over the phone and meeting him in person at IA (some of you may recognize his car from our Import Alliance booth last year), I really wanted to shine some light on his Civic.  Dylan has put a lot time and money into his coupe and is still adding parts weekly!  He doesn’t post much on message boards as he is busy working and working on his car. To be honest I am not so sure his hard work has ever been showcased until now.

Dylan had these words to say:

“I have been in the scene for almost three years. Came from a swapped 240 and a 500hp Evo. Nothing tops building a Honda. I’ve had 3 daily driver civics of every model but Ef that have been tucked and swapped and 1 big project. Although hatchbacks handle amazingly better than coupes the stance is what caught my eye. The body lines look like a sports car. Thanks to Hybrid it puts the power down and is one fun car to drive!”

So what do you think of Mr. Crumley’s Civic? Let us know in the comment section below!

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Photos courtesy of Mark Abernathy.

Here is a list of parts he currently has on his civic, but like most of us he is constantly changing stuff up!

Fresh body work and paint job.
JDM sidemarkers
Black housing headlights
JDM antenna block off
OEM Si grill
Spoon style lip painted
Rolled and flared fenders
LED tag lights
Benen tow hooks
3k HIDs

Full stock interior.
S2000 shift knob

Hybrid Racing conversion harness
Hybrid Racing shift box
Hybrid Racing shifter cables
Kenwood double din
Kenwood speakers
Kenwood sub and amp kit with custom box
Nardi deep corn steering wheel
NRG hub adapter
NRG quick release
Engine fuse box in dash
Mounted Kpro computer
Mounted battery relocated in trunk
Broadway mirror

S2Pro-c coilovers
S2 pro series camber kit front and rear
S2 lower rear control arms
Beaks bar
Si rear sway bar

Rear disc conversion
Power slot front rotors
Hawk HP+ front pads
Earls stainless steel brake lines
Motul RBF600 fluid

Under the hood
Hybrid Racing mounts
Hybrid Racing header
Hybrid Racing fuel rail
Hybrid Racing spec Griffin rad
Hybrid Racing rad hoses
Tucked engine harness
Tucked body harness
Tucked fuel system
Tucked ground wires
Tucked brake lines
Tucked brake booster line
Tucked clutch line
S2000 clutch master cylinder
Shaved and painted bay
Karcepts cold air intake
Karcepts a/c and power steering delete kit with new drive belt
Aeromotive fuel pressure regulator
Ktuned throttle cable bracket
Honda oil filter
PasswordJDM rad stay
Skunk2 megapower rr exhaust. 3 inch

Competition clutch light weight flywheel
Competition clutch stage 2 carbon kevlar clutch
Level 2.9 Drive shaft shop axles

Wheels and tires
Volk RE30′s 16×7 +42
Rota Grids Off-Road 16×8 +10
205/45/16 Nitto Neo Gens
5.5* camber front, 6.7* camber rear


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