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Old 25 Dec 2009, 03:31 pm
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Default prelude s2000 or civic si ?

which would you rather have and which is the fastest slowest etc.
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Old 25 Dec 2009, 03:46 pm
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defiantly s2000.
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Old 25 Dec 2009, 04:01 pm
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i would rather have the Si (i love the EM1 99-00 look).































For Fastest to Slowest, (1 being fastest, and 3 being slowest)































it would be(based on quarter mile times):































1. Honda S2000 (14.0's)















2. Honda Prelude (15.2's)















3. Honda Civic Si (15.5's) assuming its a 99-00. (if its newer 06+up its 14.7-ish.)































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Old 25 Dec 2009, 04:16 pm
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s2000 is the easiest to work with and upgrade...so that. These cars don't really compare.































Otherwise I'd just get a wrx.
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Old 25 Dec 2009, 04:31 pm
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S200 is my favorite and fastest















the civic si is pretty fast















and then the slowest would probably be the prelude
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Old 25 Dec 2009, 04:46 pm
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the civic has the most potential regardless of year from 94- up. i can name civics that smoke fully modded s2000, and they save more gas. lol the 2000 stand for the 2.0L k20 engine the S2000 uses.
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"s2000 is the easiest to work with and upgrade"































Not really, considering that most mods (With the exception of F/I setups) yield little to no power. The S2000 is so highly tuned from the factory that only VERY minimal gains will be seen from bolt-ons. Even the Hondata ECU reflash makes very little power for the S2K.































And in response to what 'subs r de best' was saying...































I don't know WHAT you're smoking to say that 94+ civics have the most potential...lol















Sure, I know swapped, fully-built turbo civics that would smoke S2000's...but you probably had to spend over 5K to get it to that point. And just to show this guy's ignorance, he says "lol the 2000 stand for the 2.0L k20 engine the S2000 uses."































Uhh...you idiot, the s2000 uses the F20C and F22C engines, NOT a K series....only the 2000-2003's were 2.0L.































Stock for stock, ANY year S2000 > 06+ Civic SI, 4th gen VTEC or 5th gen prelude > EM1 (99-00) Civic SI
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