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Old 20 Dec 2010, 05:16 am
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Default How much money would it cost to finance a Honda Si 2007?

I want to get a Honda Si Sedan 2007















and put a turbo on it.































How much roughly will my monthly payments be? (used or new?)















































And how much more will they charge for my insurance? (my mom saids they charge higher for faster cars)































If i put a turbo in it, do i have to tell my insurance company -> higher rates?































How much would a turbo cost?































How much more gas would it use?































How much shorter engine span would my engine be?















Can I buy a new 1? after it dies lol , if so how much















































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Old 20 Dec 2010, 05:31 am
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Your insurance will be higher only if its classified as a sports car. Speed is not a factor. I once had a 4 cyl Mustang that couldnt pass its shadow but it was concidered a sports car. You can look parts up online and as for the car payments, there are alot of variables. Like, how much you put down on it, where you get the loan from, your age, marital status, and where you live. You can go to a bank to get that answer. Your engine will be fine if you take care of it. Just do-not put NOS in it! As for insurance again, you can get free quotes online also. Any answers you get on here that give you prices, will not be accurate.
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Old 20 Dec 2010, 05:46 am
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For the situation like yours,I would like to suggest you have a look here **www.Autoinsurancepro.info** ,you should find something useful.
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Old 20 Dec 2010, 06:01 am
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depends on ur credit history..but rouyghly 500 max per month
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Old 20 Dec 2010, 06:16 am
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That is a lot of questions. 1. your monthly payment is not something anyone on here can tell you we do not have adequate information for that. 2. Your insurance goes for the same as the first answer. Totally depends on many things like age gender good student military and driving record. 3. If you tell you insurance company it will most likely either raise your rates or cause them to cancel you all together. 4. just a turbo if you want a new one and a good one your looking around 1500 to 2000. the whole kit if you want good shit around 5. if you piece it together yourself and maybe get some used stuff you could probably get all the parts for 3000. 6. A turbo helps your engine run but at the same time is going to cause you to use more fuel so it will depend on your setup and how you drive it. Shouldn't be too bad if you are moderate with it. 7. Again depends on how much boost you run and how hard you drive it. If you are conservative and just race every now and then which you probably won't then you will be okay. If your running upwards of 10 psi and mashing the throttle all the time then it will be shortened. and it you are willing to buy another engine you are better off just rebuilding the bottom end of the current engine. 8. I can't believe I wasted this much time answering this question when you will probably never do any of the things you just asked about...sigh..
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Old 20 Dec 2010, 06:31 am
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first it would be about 400 dollars a month for a new one with good credit















second insurance would be way higher because it is considered a "sports car"















third you can buy a turbo but you don't have to tell them but if the find out or you crash and they find out they drop your coverage all together















fourth the turbo would cost about 5000















fith if you put a turbo on you could acually get better gas milage if you don't floor it
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