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Old 19 Aug 2007, 04:18 pm
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Default What cars can a stock 1998 Acura Integra LS beat in a race?

What cars can a stock 1998 Acura Integra LS beat in a race?
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Old 19 Aug 2007, 04:26 pm
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A 1960 Corvair
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Old 19 Aug 2007, 04:30 pm
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Not many.Maybe a 1989 Chevy Celebrity...maybeIntegra LS = SLOW
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Old 19 Aug 2007, 04:34 pm
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It definetly beats my weekday commuting car.El Auto Bus
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Old 19 Aug 2007, 04:36 pm
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it only weighs 2,685 which is fairly light for a car. also it is stock with 142HP. a couple bolt ons and your up to 180HP. also a turbo would put it well over 280HP! it can take tons of stuff at a track and its reliable. its a HONDA!!! well worth the investment!
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I have a 95 LS that is pretty much stock and I've beaten mustangs, a new eclipse, tiburon (not GT), cavilers, celicias, sunfires, civics, a couple of preludes, neons (not SRT-4), another LS, sentras, 200sx, 1 240 sx, SVT focus and more that i cant think of.Cars I've lost to are 240 sx turbo, civic turbo, Eclipse GSX (turbo), VTEC integras, a sunfire (lol), VTEC preludes (except 1 i beat), SRT-4's, SVT Cobra Mustang, a camaro, some sort of a turbo charged buick, BMW's, a Northstar Cadillac (yes they are V8's) probably a lot more that i can't think of.Basically the integra is pretty fast and you can make it really fast by dumping a couple of bucks into it. But when it comes down to racing, you will only win if you are a good driver. I've beat many cars that were faster than my teggie only because the other driver sucked at driving, most people just burn too much tire and by the time they stop smoking them off I'm grabbing second gear.I've also lost a couple of races because i missed a gear or shifted at a bad RPM, i actually lost to a sunfire once because i missed third. If you are looking i highly recommend buying an integra, they are fast, reliable, and look sweet, just remember to do the timing belt every 60k miles, trust me. If you can afford it buy a 5 spd GSR, but if not I'd at least recommend getting a 5 spd.
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bug i think
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a Yugo
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i have a 98 integra. ive beat the following:CivicsCRxsAccordsMalibusPreludesMustangs Celicasi could keep going too
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