Discussion in 'Auto Multi-Media' started by hosmer, Apr 13, 2008.
Ronal R10's (aka: turbos)
I'll be the first to say, that will buff right out.
Those Ronals are amazing. I love the stance of the CRX. Needs a lip though.
aren't those the 50 lb wheels you were looking at a long time ago?
Possibly, I've had these for like a year and a half and this weekend is the 1st time I've put them on a car. They're about 18lbs a piece
I've got some hankook r-comps on a decent set of konigs (11lbs) for autox.
nice job on the crx, old school FTW.
Is the CR-X primered? Or just super faded?
should be resprayed within the next few weeks (original color...black)
Nice nice, swap the drivetrain from the CL-S into the CRX
Just swap the v6 into the rex. It would be like a faster version of the golf r32. With somethin like 320 horses at the crank already. That would be sick. Are the cl-s awd?
how about just leave it alone because it is beautiful as is?
x2 on the rex (drool!), also wtf did the lady hit with that car? so weird to see the headlights unaffected.
probably rear-ended a truck and went under the back end of it.
That's what happened to my old Accord and the damage looked just like that...
rear-ended a new Accord
the CRX has a browntop ZC in it....vac adv distributor and all (de-vac'd, removed charcoal and EGR canisters)
also has a shitload of suspension upgrades, front and rear 1g teg brakes (rear disc)
You know putting the stock intake back on there, you'll gain about 5hp and 5mpg.
its a track car
the filters only on there because I had just de-vac'd the car when I took it
the intake I had was an OEM with another tube routed over to the lower grill and the top half of another OEM air box mounted to the back of the grill as a pickup
I have a (half built) turbo D16A1 that will hopefully be done/installed before the fall
You goin mini me with the d16a1? Check out the car on the front page of homemadeturbo.com. That guy runs mid 11's with a vitara setup in a a6 block with a y7 head I think. Stock block other than the vitara's, and head.
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