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89 Civic Si on eBay

Postby potownrob » Sat Jul 07, 2007 2:55 am

hey cbd, want a new car?
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Postby wannabe » Sun Jul 08, 2007 9:47 pm

he says no. its a honda. he don't care transmission wise, its a honda HATCH!
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Postby comingbackdown » Sun Jul 08, 2007 10:19 pm

It's a Honda. It's a hatch. I normally don't mind hatchbacks, but that one is just plain fugly... Plus, I have $50, not $500... I kinda need a job...

no such luck... If I had the cash, I'd scoop up a Fiero or something off of autotrader. (can ya tell that I like the Fiero? :D )

Anyway...

Nice try, Rob.

I'm just gonna fix my Cavalier for now... and my girlfriend's Tercel...
Then I might drop a 5 speed in her car. :twisted: I like it as it is. However, with a 5mt... :twisted: too bad it can already beat me in the acceleration area...

Damn... I've been pwned by an 82 hp car. It's an AT too... :cry:

Time for some modding... :twisted:
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Postby potownrob » Sun Jul 08, 2007 11:25 pm

wannabe wrote:he says no. its a honda. he don't care transmission wise, its a honda HATCH!

it'd actually be an ideal candidate for modding. i didn't realize how much mileage this one had on it before i posted the link to it. perfect car to drop a b16 or b18 into as the hatch is the lightest of the civics and the 88-91 civics are lighter than the newer ones. now the question is how to get all that power down to the ground...
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Postby hockeystyx16 » Sun Jul 08, 2007 11:55 pm

i got 500 in my bank account. ill pass on a honda. no matter how good my current honda is (running great at 200k, knock on wood) i dont want a 4 banger honda. cuz ill jut have to turn around and cut that fart cannon off of it anyway.
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Postby potownrob » Mon Jul 09, 2007 10:51 am

no need to have a fartcan. thanks to the fast and furious crowd for convincing the masses that you need a straight-through exhaust to make any power. just drop in a b series engine and a less restrictive chambered exhaust and less restrictive intake and you'll have made a lot of progress. 8)
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Postby Sypher » Mon Jul 09, 2007 12:40 pm

Not exactly the best candidate for an engine swap.... pretty crappy looking body...
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Postby potownrob » Mon Jul 09, 2007 5:48 pm

nothing a little bondo and primer can't fix :lol:
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Postby noob5,000,000 » Sun Nov 04, 2007 4:03 am

potownrob wrote:no need to have a fartcan. thanks to the fast and furious crowd for convincing the masses that you need a straight-through exhaust to make any power. just drop in a b series engine and a less restrictive chambered exhaust and less restrictive intake and you'll have made a lot of progress. 8)

Yeah, Hondas can actually be really good cars if you do the right mods.
Hint: do lots of performance mods, then leave exterior alone except for tasteful rims no bigger than 16 inches and maybe a nice lip. No combat kits/wings, no purple headlights, no 5 inch exhaust tips, no euro tails, no stickers, etc... :)
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