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Import and Domestic Car Photos

2021.5 NISMO Special Edition GT-R
Fourteen years is an eternity for a chassis to remain in production without a complete redesign. We rarely see cars, even special interest or sportscars eclipsing the 10-year mark in the Japanese vehicle realm with a single chassis. Sure, it happens, but it’s not a common occurrence though Nissan seems to push those limits as
RodrezApr 19, 2021
First Look at a Modified Toyota FR 86 & BRZ
Alright, you know the drill: new car is introduced and immediately it’s regarded as the worst design of all time, a product of car X and car Y creating an unwanted baby, and, of course, the always popular, “they should have asked me to design it.” It’s expected in modern times, especially with social media’s
RodrezApr 16, 2021
Bentley Continental GT Time Attack Terror
If there’s a Bentley Continental hovering around your neighborhood, chances are it accelerates only rapidly enough to jump in front of the next guy on its way to Starbucks for that $8 latte. It probably doesn’t have any intention of attacking the clock at a weekend track day, and certainly doesn’t aspire to climb a
RodrezApr 15, 2021
11th gen. Honda Civic Production Car
Nothing makes Super Street fans angrier than a prototype or rendering and up until now, that’s all we could offer regarding the 11th gen. Honda Civic. The burnt orange Civic sedan prototype that we talked about in November of last year signified a new direction for Honda who, at least in the enthusiast market, spent
RodrezApr 15, 2021
Time Capsule 1985 Honda Civic Hatchback
You don’t find many older Hondas in the sort of condition that this 1985 Civic 1500S was found in and, if you do, and you’re immediately hit with throwback vibes and rich memories of piloting the same sort of chassis during “spirited driving encounters” on the streets 30-or-so years prior, then you don’t let it
RodrezApr 15, 2021
Autism Awareness Car Show
There’s been a pretty remarkable number of small-scale automotive events popping up over the last 6 months as wade into 2021’s unknown waters in hopes of leaving last year’s drama behind, and this particular weekend, intertwined with various cars and coffee gatherings was car show organized by Orange County’s ARK Movement. With a low entry
RodrezApr 13, 2021
Rotary-powered Suzuki Samurai
That a Suzuki Samurai is being featured by Super Street shouldn’t come as a complete shock to some of our long-time fans who know we love capturing something unique. Sure, it’s not a common occurrence and in fact, I can’t recall ever having featured one in the past, but this example, owned and built by
RodrezApr 9, 2021
Multifaceted 2018 Honda Civic Type R
The thin, often blurred line that separates street cars from full-fledged track cars is a slippery slope, and one that this 2018 Civic Type R seems to have settled comfortable upon. Its owner, Mary Valdez, made a calculated approach to the build – a process that’s slowly and steadily continued to enhance her FK8’s track
RodrezApr 8, 2021
2022 Subaru BRZ JDM Optional Parts
Just a few days removed from the launch of Toyota’s half of the GR 86/BRZ second generation vehicle debut, Subaru announces a slew of OEM optional parts for their version. As of now, these parts, some of which were seen through a cloaked BRZ undergoing testing at Fuji, are in development and intended for the
RodrezApr 7, 2021
Comparing the 2022 Toyota GR 86 & Subaru BRZ
Collaborative ventures between automakers, like that of the Toyota and Subaru joint effort, are typically met with a noticeable amount of pushback from the enthusiast circle. The main argument is usually based on the assumption that each manufacturer fails to have the dollars or know-how to create a special model of their own and that
RodrezApr 6, 2021
Swapping a Mugen S2000 for a 1989 Porsche 964
The idea of a long-time Honda enthusiast who, after putting years of effort and excessive dollars into his Honda build only to let it go in lieu of an 80s-era Porsche, shouldn’t come as any shock. The transition has become a common occurrence as the overcrowded Honda community has seen a pretty significant number of
RodrezApr 2, 2021
Supercharged 1986 JDM Toyota Corolla Levin
Low on power (even lower on creature comforts), cursed with the dreaded drift tax, and increasingly tough to find decent OEM parts for, the 80s-era Toyota Corolla has quite a bit working against it in terms of a project car. But guess what? It doesn’t matter, because Toyota’s lightweight, front-engine, RWD workhorse carries one of
RodrezMar 31, 2021
660hp AWD Turbo 1990 Honda Civic Si Hatchback
How we got to the point at which a 660hp, AWD turbo 90s-era Civic Si is not only a possibility, but an honest street driven reality, can be chalked up to a few different things. The first is Honda’s unrivaled cross-chassis compatibility. The same compatibility that fueled an early 90s engine swap phenomenon which continues
RodrezMar 25, 2021
Production Version of Nissan 400Z Leaked
Super Street: These photos of the assumed production model of Nissan’s upcoming continuation of the Z-car line have been blazing throughout the interwebs for a few days now. One thing is for certain, that Z-Proto vehicle that toured various regions last year was pretty damn close to the real deal. We even spent a little
Aaron GoldMar 24, 2021
Old Skool Honda Presents: EF vs. DA Meet
The EF vs. DA car meet is just one of many put together by Instagram’s Old Skool Honda, a page dedicated to the Honda and Acura chassis of the 80s and 90s. The page regularly posts various builds and have grown a loyal following that’s always willing to get together with fellow old school chassis
RodrezMar 22, 2021
Dai Yoshihara to make Tesla-powered assault on Pikes Peak
Turn 14 Distribution, the performance warehouse giant which supplies aftermarket goods globally and prides itself on stocking its partners complete product lines has announced that it will serve as the title sponsor for Evasive Motorsports’ Tesla Model 3 Performance campaign at the 2021 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. Turn14’s Director of Marketing, Daryl Sampson states,
RodrezMar 19, 2021
Supercharged K20-Powered 1998 Acura Integra
Chances are you’ve come across this Laguna Seca Blue 1998 Acura Integra RS before. Back in 2002, it landed on the pages of Super Street and was plastered across every Honda-related forum (and there were many) for years. Found at a wrecking yard, it was rescued by car builder Jay Smith of ONE Honda Specialist,
RodrezMar 19, 2021
Fifteen52’s TypeR-powered 1996 Honda Accord
The recent hoopla surrounding Honda Performance Development’s Civic Type R crate engine and controls package is certainly warranted. If you’re not in the know, cross-platform engine swapping in the Honda aftermarket community is as common as blinker-less BMWs. Honda’s modular powerplants have been plucked and repurposed in home garages around the globe since the late
RodrezMar 19, 2021
Super Lap Battle Time Attack vs. Circuit of the Americas 2021
Photos courtesy of Larry Chen and Anzalone Media Few things automotive-related collaborate better than ultra-competitive time attack taking place on a world class track and that’s exactly what you got during the 3-day Super Lap Battle at Circuit of the Americas March 5-7. As expected, a handful of records were hunted down and overtaken, and
RodrezMar 17, 2021
11th gen. Honda Civic Sedan Unveiled
Super Street’s Rodrez: Bet you didn’t expect to see the 11th generation, 2022 Honda Civic sedan so soon, did you? Well, neither did we, but low and behold, these few images popped up and it looks like this might be the real deal. If so, the white sedan looks very much like the prototype that
Alex StoklosaMar 15, 2021

How-to Classic

Bringing a 30-Year-Old Integra GS-R Into the 21st Century with Pioneer Electronics

I’m sure you’ve noticed that we talk quite a bit about modernizing older chassis here at Super Street Network, and for good reason. By far the most popular group of cars to own and modify, at least within our demographic, come from the late ‘80s to ‘00 era, and with 20 to 30 years on

RodrezFeb 26, 2021


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