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Old 24 Aug 2007, 08:46 am
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Default What is the best integra?

What is the best integra?
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Old 24 Aug 2007, 08:48 am
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2001 Type R
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type R with skyline lights conversion
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Old 24 Aug 2007, 09:00 am
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Type R is the best in terms of performance. It is also very expensive and rare. A GSR is very close in performance only alot cheaper and alot more common.
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The best integra is the RSX type S which replaced the integra in 2002. Type-R's and GS-R's are fine, but they are a little more raw and unrefined. The RSX line has a security system which comes standard (a much needed change from the integra seeing as it is considered one of the most highly stolen vehicles year after year.
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Type R baby, oh yea :-)
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the Type-R!!!
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The best integra is the Type-R .... If you factor in the price and if you were to buy it right now, I would say the GS-R because right now Type-R are selling for really high price 2001 prob cost you about $16-$17 grand . You can get a 2000 GS-R which will cost you prob about $9 - $10 grand ... throw on a $1,500 turbo kit and you'll be smokin the type-r and only spent about $12 grand total ..... so go with the GS-R it's the best bang for the buck
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The GSR is better then the Typre R. The Typre R is a circuit car. Similar HP, but the GSR weighs less = more performance
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your really asking a open question and dont give enough information as to what you mean be the "best"the 2000 type -r is the best in terms of speed and handling but the 2006 rsx type-s is better in the refinement dept and has a stiffer suspension than all other rsx model years...you wont find a type r, there were only 1000 made and some have been totalled and the others modded and are quite expensive and hard to find
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