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To buy ... or not to buy...

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by josh_isakson, Jun 8, 2004.

  1. josh_isakson

    josh_isakson Member

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    yo guys,

    which basic bolt ons should a person put on his integra gsr to gain the most power?

    also...

    would you rather have a 93 mr2 turbo or a 94 integra gsr if they were running for the same price? thanks guys

    i need to beat a sho with true duel exhaust, sticky tires, and an intake... its claiming 14's 1/4 mile with basic bolt ons what do you think?
     
  2. dohch22a4

    dohch22a4 Senior Member

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    I'd get the Integra simply because I'm a Honda purist, but Toyota makes a good car and the SW20 is no exception.

    You're going to need more than just bolt-on's to be running 14's in that porky GS-R. The fastest I've seen a GS-R with I/H/E run is a 15.0 and that is exceptional. A solid set of cams would help to put you in the 14's. Or you could be in the 13's with some nitrous if you feel comfortable with it. Zex makes a good kit.
     
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    what about the MR2? and if I rebuild just the top end and turbocharge it what would I run? ...

    would it be smarter to rebuild the top end NOW, so that when it comes time for me to buy the turbo, its already rebuilt?
     
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    go with the MR2. Lots more speed potential.
     
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    If you are a beginner level driver, the SW20 is a bad idea. You'll wag the tail right off the road. It's a great car, but if you aren't comfortable with gobs of oversteer don't get it.
     
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