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Old 22 Nov 2007, 03:31 am
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2002 ford mustang GT 4.6L v8 5 speed. only have 50,000 mor a 2000 Acura Integra ls non vtech 5speed 82,000 m
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Old 22 Nov 2007, 03:46 am
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Ford Mustang is the bomb, but the Acura, in general will give you a better ride. But, if your a hot pants, outgoing sort of guy the FM is your best choice. Drive Safely lolpeace
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Old 22 Nov 2007, 04:02 am
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Mustang baby.
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Old 22 Nov 2007, 04:17 am
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it depends on what you want from your car. I would say the teg but thats only because i have one. i have a 90 with a few mods and i can keep up with a gt till about 4th gear then the gt will pull away.
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Old 22 Nov 2007, 04:32 am
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the mustang has power but its a FORD..... get a type-R integra or at least one with vtec.
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Old 22 Nov 2007, 04:47 am
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my 94 integra has 200,000 miles on it, they run for ever, ford will break at about 100,000 or so i think, get the acura
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Old 22 Nov 2007, 05:03 am
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The mustang will be faster off the line, but the Handling of the Integra is superb.If you are going to keep the car, the Integra will drive forever. The Mustang will require a lot of maintenance.I have had my 1997 Integra for 10 years, never had any major issues. Many of my Mustang friends no longer have their 'stangs because they break. But the difference in horsepower may persuade your decision.
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Old 22 Nov 2007, 05:16 am
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Hey man, as you may know, the Integra is manfactured as a Honda, but sold as an Acura here. As a DC4 (94-01), Japan is a Honda Integra DC2 ("JDM FRONT")Get the Integra, it will last you way over 200k + miles, and even mroe because it's reliable and a honda. DO NOT get a ford, evem if it's a GT, it will break down, and pull in about 4th gear.Plus, Honda parts are pretty common, and nt that expensive.If you need an aftermarket part, heck, youll find one, and not that much money. It might be an LS, but you can always do an LS/VTEC, you know...LS block with a GS-R, B16, ITR head etc. You'll love the Integra as much as I do, and one day youll be racing some fa g in a Mustang, and for bets. You will win, I will tell you that.Best of wishes man, get the Integra. Also, you can find me on team-integra.net as donx510. Join team-integra because we all talk about them and stuff.Well yea. Good luck dude! PS. It's not VTECH, vtech makes phones. it's VTEC. :]
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Old 22 Nov 2007, 05:31 am
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Get the 2000 Acura Integra LS....and it is not V-Tech.
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Old 22 Nov 2007, 05:46 am
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Get the Integra
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