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Old 19 Jan 2013, 02:31 pm
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Default Honda civic. 4. Life?

What type of civic















What mad colours















What rims















What hood































My future civic will be pink with black bonet and black rims































Good idea
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Old 19 Jan 2013, 02:46 pm
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i'll go for Honda Civic SIR. It's powerful engine can beat a Subaru on any day and time. Colours would have to be dark blue with Espirato Rims and a nice, clean hood.
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Old 19 Jan 2013, 03:01 pm
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To the guy above me ^^ kill yourself please ! If you think a tin can will beat a 300bhp 4x4 Subaru .. And that's standard
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Old 19 Jan 2013, 03:16 pm
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Built not bought, you might try that Brendan. Any car can be made fast. My B16 Crx, with just a little over 200 horse power kills evos/sti's. Why? Because it is a light weight chassis(weights about 1900 pounds) just like most other older Honda's which are light weight. Power to weight ratio is something you should read up on.































EDIT: Now to answer your question.It's not about looks but whats under your hood.















I have a 1989 Crx with a B16 swap. Dc Header, custom CAI with AEM dry flow filter,custom 2.5inch exhaust with a 3inch outlet, Hondata(tuned), Coilovers in the front with lowering springs in the back(because I track my car) and a few little other mods. It's painted gun metal grey primer, carbon fiber hood, and the rear end is stript. Next I shall be going turbo with this build.
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Honda Type R....
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Old 19 Jan 2013, 03:46 pm
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Yup I agree here with sky there actual Hondas beating subarus boost or no boost and those Ef and crx have more advantage for being light. With the right builts all motor can be close or next to a stock subaru boosted. All what you have on the motor































I got a eg 93 coupe drop full tein coilovers, charcoal grey color with Gsr all motor















Doing about 238 hp put a lot work into this motor















Now if I was to boost it good, I'm pretty sure Itll beat a little subaru anyday anytime
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