This 1991 Honda Civic was built by Bisi Ezerioha from Bisimoto Engineering in Ontario, Canada. The wagon is powered by a turbocharged K-series inline-four making 772 horsepower (eventually 1000+ hp). The engine was built using a K24Z3 bottom-end with Golden Eagle sleeves, Eagle 93 mm crank, Traum forged pistons, K24Z7 head, and Turbonetics 72 mm billet turbocharger. It’s controlled by a AEM Infinity ECU with a Rywire engine harness and fed E85 fuel from a MagnaFuel 750 lph fuel pump through 2200 cc injectors. The drivetrain features a Quaife sequential transmission with CR-V bellhousing/transfer case, Action twin-disc clutch, DriveshaftPro custom driveshaft, and CR-V differential with Automotive KND quick-spool. The rear suspension uses CR-V rear trailing arms and MPC Motorsport rear lower control arms. You can view more photos and details on the Civic at SuperStreet or listen as Bisi explains the project below.