Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by SiR, Oct 6, 2003.
91 si. rear disc brakes y0
89, jus cuz thats what mine was. B) B)
89 of course..i mean why even ask???!!! there's no comparison. tastes great. less filling!
YEh i agree . The 90-91 crx si is the best!
IN suspension, the 88-89 crx si have better handling from what i hear....
91 si, heaviest of the CRXs but its the best one.
90-91 CRX's have rear disc's. so good for Auto X, if u want the best CRX to swap into, go HF its the lightest and already has MPFI, and its easy enough to swap integra or CRX ( 90-91) rear disc's onto them.
Seriously 88 HF w/d16 with GSR Rear Brakes = own3d 91 Crx SI
Put me down as the third vote for 1st gen, 84-87.
Can't believe it wasn't an option in the poll!
Hecky Yeah! (Also a shameless plug of my new 86 CRX Aint she purdy?)
I miss my 86
First gen > Second gen for flickability, easy suspension layout and ease of ownership.
Yeah, you need to press, bridgeport, lathe and milling machine to actually do anything with them - But once you get the idea of how to make SOHC power and chassis mods, the first gen is your friend.
Forget SOHC power... I'm just dumping a B18C1 into it.
I'll be keeping the EW1 in my 3rd Gen Civic hatch and will autocross with that. The CRX is for straight lines!
The poor Civic has 139k on it (not much for a 3rd gen but still), and broke its timing belt. I'm swapping on another head for the time being, but I might swap the EW1 currently in the CRX into the civic... only 52,000 miles on it, 190 compression all around.
that's a funney statement....it was a car that was never developed to go strait fast....even after I turbo'ed mine, I am still a little scared to push it above 110 mph....it's just not that stable of a wheelbase....it was more in the lines for being a cornering car....and thats why a lot of people have autocrossed them... But there are a lot of brave souls out there that like to add the heaveir engine and dive too much during the braking stage, when they don't realize that a homemade turbo will really bring the car to life. It stays light weight, and controlability changes very little...
I knew you would be commenting in this thread
hehe....twice in fact....
dohhh...3 times now..
I didnt even see your first reply!!! Now I feel like a copy cat!
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