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CRX What year is the best????

Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by SiR, Oct 6, 2003.

Which year is best???88,89,90,91???

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  1. SiR

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    87 si
     
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    91 si. rear disc brakes y0
     
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    89, jus cuz thats what mine was. B) B)
     
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    89 of course..i mean why even ask???!!! there's no comparison. tastes great. less filling!
     
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    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....
     
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    91 si, heaviest of the CRXs but its the best one.
     
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    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.
     
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    Seriously 88 HF w/d16 :) with GSR Rear Brakes = own3d 91 Crx SI
     
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    Put me down as the third vote for 1st gen, 84-87.

    Can't believe it wasn't an option in the poll! :)

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    Hecky Yeah! (Also a shameless plug of my new 86 CRX :) Aint she purdy?)
     
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    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.

    -> Steve
     
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    wh0rd
     
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    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.
     
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    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...
     
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    I knew you would be commenting in this thread ;)
     
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    Airjockie Watanabe Whore!!!

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    hehe....twice in fact....

    dohhh...3 times now..
     
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    :doh: I didnt even see your first reply!!! Now I feel like a copy cat!
     
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