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Old 13 Jun 2009, 01:01 am
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Default acura integra vs toyota celica?

i Drive a 95 acura integra ls. i put alot into this car. i was thinking about selling it and buying a toyota celica gts or gt in the yr 2000's. would that be a good idea?? witch one is the better car? witch ones faster? or should i get an integra gsr??
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Old 13 Jun 2009, 01:16 am
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The Celica GT-S would be faster than the '95 LS (I have a '95 LS too btw, it's a cool car) and slightly faster than the GS-R. Personally, I'd base it more on what you think looks the best if you're going to compare a GT-S to a GS-R. The Celica GT only has 140hp whereas the Integra LS has 142hp, so it's splitting hairs with those two. I would keep your LS if you were only going to get a Celica GT.
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Old 13 Jun 2009, 01:31 am
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hell na, get the acuraoh, and could you please answer this quick 4 question survey, its for a school project: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?s...EdtowWrQ_3d_3d
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If you need to upgrade, go with the GS-R. I have one and I love it, and I like the styling much better then the Celica. Also, Integra's have much more aftermarket support with regards to mods.
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I have an 02 rsx type-s, and friends with some bad @$$ integras. I think with the right additions Integra would be better, but I love my acura.. Im gonna have to go with the Integra.. Celicas=blah.
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the GTS look pretty alright but im more of a honds/acura guy so i definitely say to go with the GS-R!!!!!!!!
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Old 13 Jun 2009, 02:46 am
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if you have a integra ls i hope is 5 speed why you dont do the ls vtec smokes gsr s all day and you can keep your car that s my idea..and please dont get a celica gt is very slow and d parts cost alot of money for low power...
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either stay with the integra or buy a gsr
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Old 13 Jun 2009, 03:31 am
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if your going for the gts the its considerable...but if its for the gt...then dont waste your time....the gsr is a good choice also...but then if your already looking at the celica, why not look at the rsx type s....way more bang for the buck there...
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