Meet Bisi Ezerioha, The Nigerian Engine Builder With 2 World Records (PHOTOS)


Meet Nigerian Bisi Ezerioha who built the fastest carbureted front-wheel car on earth. He also holds two World Records.

He is a professional racing driver, engine builder, engineer, and industrialist. He is involved in import drag racing, and currently pilots a 2006 Honda Insight in the pro stock ranks of IDRA, IDRC, and CMI series.

Bisi’s claims to fame are many. He was the first to implement the now-famous transmission adapter plate to a Honda, drove the quickest and fastest carbureted front-wheel-drive car in history, and rocked the fastest street-driven, all-motor D-series of its time clocking in with mid-12s at 107 mph.

Bisi is also one of the few to bust the 9-second barrier wide open without the help of forced induction.

General Background

Hailing from a scientific oriented family background, he attended the Anambra State University of Technology, Anambra, Nigeria at the age of 15 to study Petrochemical Engineering.
Born of Nigerian parents, Father, Dr. Emesia Ezerioha holds bachelor’s degrees in Earth sciences and Geology from California State University, Los Angeles, Master’s degrees in Earth Science and Economics and a doctorate in International Marketing.
After years of studies in Nigeria, West Africa, Ezerioha transferred to Cerritos College and graduated with Honors in Applied and Natural Science associate degrees, and finally obtaining a Chemical Engineering bachelors and Engineering Management degrees from California State University, Long Beach.
After a decade of pharmaceutical research and sales, he opened an engineering firm, Bisimoto Engineering, focusing on design, manufacturing, and sales of high-performance parts for motorsports.
Ezerioha’s accolades include the most powerful naturally aspirated SOHC Honda engines on the planet involving the D16A6, D15B7, F22A, F18A, and D16Z6.[2] His escapades now expand to the turbocharged market with a 700 hp 1.6L SOHC powered Honda civic wagon, 533 hp LEA1 1.5L CR-Z hybrid, a 1000+hp Honda Civic Si, a 602whp Hyundai Elantra GT, and many high HP twin turbocharged Porsche 911s.
Mr. Ezerioha’s accomplishments have been documented worldwide by popular magazines like DSport, SuperStreet, Turbo Magazine, Sports Compact Car, Racecar Engineering, Honda Tuning, Performance Audio and Sound, Import Tuner, S3, OveRev, Total 911, Fast Car, and Full Throttle magazines.

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