Oohverhaulin!

Oohverhaulin’: It’s Like Overhaulin’, but Better Because Its Bacon Wrapped!

By Aaron Gaghagen

 

Recently we took a trip to The Great White North to help Speed Academy with a project and eat maple donuts. While we were at the hockey rink watching Peter Tarach get hosed in the championship game we saw an interesting TV show on at the bar. It looked like that Chip Foose show called “Overhaulin'”, but it was just a bit off. It was definitely Canadian and they were working on a K20 swapped Civic Si (USDM Civic EX). We scoured the interwebs to find the show and finally after hitting the dark web, WE FOUND IT and we just had to share it with you. So here it is “Ooverhaulin'” starring that Canadian master car modifier Skip Moose!

 

 

OK, real talk we went to Canada to work on a Speed Academy project, their “5 Day Track Build Challenge” Presented by Toyo Tires and Konig Wheels. You can see all the work they put in on the build in their 10 part series below.

 

 

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Brian Gillespie
Technical Editor at VTEC Academy

Brian Gillespie fell in love with the Honda brand in 1974 when he owned and raced a CR 125 Honda Elsinore. Many Hondas later he started Hasport Performance with his brother Keith. The last 17 years have been spent developing all sorts of engine mount kits, paving the way for nearly every Honda engine swap that’s since taken place.