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Old 08 Jul 2008, 03:46 am
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Default 08 civic si or 01+ integra type R?

I'm deciding to get a newer car but don't know which one to get. Stuck with a 08 civic si or a 01+ integra type R. I'm looking for speed/power..
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Old 08 Jul 2008, 04:01 am
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Power wise go with the newer civic si it has the newer K series engine technology in it. I think it is a K24 I think. Some may have plain k20a whatevers in them I forgot. The new Si replaced the integras.And I think your insurance will be cheaper with the civic. I saw this guy on car domain have to give up his Rsx R for insurance reasons and he got the Si which had the same engine in it. They put the Teg in the sports luxury bracket thats why but well all know it is nothing more than a more powerful civic lol.
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Old 08 Jul 2008, 04:16 am
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like the guy above said. the Civic Si is a lot better and newer looker than the old Intergra. the Civic gets a better gas mileage than Integra but about 3HP less. which is no problem. the new V-Tech engine is way power. I saw the new Honda fit with its small engine beat up a V8 wheel driving up to the mountain road because its less heavy and quicker but in a straight road the V8 would have gone faster. any go with the Civic because its good on gas, good new stylish exterior and interior and just a car that every one wants. good luck.
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Old 08 Jul 2008, 04:31 am
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Go with the Civic.
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Old 08 Jul 2008, 04:46 am
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get the civic if u just want any old honda. its an si but there to effin common. if you want a rare car that no one really has and you want to be unique get the integra type r. i would kill for a type r whether its civic or integra. and theres no rsx type r buddy. if its type r its japan and in japan theres no acura its all honda so its integra type r (dc5) id get the teg
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Old 08 Jul 2008, 05:01 am
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I would go with the type R.Because your gonna turn way more heads with a type R than civic SI. Plus the Integra with a vtec b18 is a much broader tuning platform for the mere fact its been around a bit longer and has more aftermarket support .
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Default Re: 08 civic si or 01+ integra type R?

whenever you purchase a new car then it is must for every one that you have must insurance that ar because it is your security concern
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