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Difference between a VX and a EX, DX, Si

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by totalburnout, Aug 30, 2004.

  1. totalburnout

    totalburnout Well-Known Member VIP

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    Alright some of you may have read my other thread where it looks like I'm going to acquire a '93 VX w/ a 2000 gsr swap and a whole load of other performance mods.


    I was just wondering what the difference between a VX and say a ex, dx, or si is?


    I know the VX is basically all stripped down. No power steering, no a/c, no power windows, no power doorlocks, no sunroof. just barebones.

    But does the vx have any less sound deadening material? Or anything that would make the car feel chinsier*?


    I'm torn between a '95 Si w/ a sir I and all the power options, cruise control, + sunroof or the '93 Vx without all those options. Its going to cost me like $300 more to get the VX with more mods, even though the '95 Si has a good deal itself.
     
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    YouKnowWhoIBee my avatar is better.

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    driverunknown Senior Member

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    Been here 2 years and still new to the car scene huh? That's cool I guess, but search is your friend :)
     
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    Get the VX and add some rear discs. That's really the only thing the Si has on any of the other EG's. Besides, you'llbe much happier with a car that is 300 lbs lighter and a B18C.
     
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