Sunday night i removed the interior from the rear half of the car all the way into the trunk. its a 97 EK coupe DX. i plan on dynamating the entire passenger back section of the car. but i drove it to work today on the free way and GOOD GOD does it haul balls now! i had 2 audiobahn 12's (flame q's) in a big BIG box, amp, 2nd battery and lots of wiring added in there too. i pulled all that, the entire trunk liner and floor cover and spare tire stuff, the rear seats (si's), rear side plastics, and the rear cargo cover and tossed them in the garage. i musta droped about 500 pounds or so, that sub box and battery were at least 200-250. it took me and my bro both to pull the box with subs outta the car it was hella heavy. my car is lowered but it raised the rear a FULL 1". i got on the freeway in 3rd at 60 .. (mind you its a 108hp DX) and floored it and it actualy snapped my head back LMAO.. as i banged 4th at about 80-85 i stayed into it and quickly realized i was at 105... and passing a state patrol car... i gradualy slowed down and he drove right passed me and glared.. LMAO.. lucky. but wow.. i never believed how lightening up a car can make such a HUGE difference! .. on the 12th im getting my mildly built GSR dropped in and im already grining ear to ear. its my first "major swap" short of a dx to SI swap on my ef 4 door. the GSR is a obd2 and has: Skunk2 intake manifold w/ type r throttle cable and bracket onosoku iridium plug wires iridium plugs ctr cam Apex-I WS2 cat back project jdm resonated adjustable test pipe tri-y comptech knockoff gates racing hoses koyo radiator hondata intake gasket exedy stage 2 clutch and fidanza 7.5 lb fly wheel ctr crank pulley walhbro 255lph fuel pump golden eagle fuel rail AEM fuel pressure regulator rc 440's type r valve cover w/ carbon spark plug cover password jdm powerchamber intake skunk2 70mm throttle body gates racing timing belt so ya, i think this thing outta scream. im hoping it will be somewhere in the 180@the wheels range at least. thats still at least twice of what my stock d16y7 is LOL.