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What should I buy? CRX or hatch?

Discussion in 'Vehicles: For Sale/Trade/Wanted' started by arricer, Jun 4, 2004.

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  1. arricer

    arricer Junior Member

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    Hey guys and gals. I just divorced my 93 del sol of 4 years, she was a great companion for me but someone else decided that they wanted to give me a great deal on her so now I am looking for a new love and i would love some opinons of 89-91 crx and hatchback owners.

    I wanna do a sir1 swap, I have been doing my homework and those year of cars meet up the with obd0 wiring that goes with the sir 1 and I know that hmotorsonline.com can give me what i need for the swap for around 2k (mounts linkage and what not), has anyone delt with them?

    What are some pros and cons of the cars, I know that hatches are a little bit lighter right?

    I dont really care that much about making the exterior look goofy with big rims and and dime a dozen taillights. I wanting a nice street sleeper.

    How about stock handling? Which would be better? ( I plan on lowering it of course nad putting sway kits to make it hug those corners)

    Any info would be greatly appreciated.
     
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    sent you a PM
     
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    crxs are lighter not hatches
     
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    Jeef NO MA'AM Moderator VIP

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    This is a car for sale forum not a tech forum. Please post this question in the ef swap forum. Then if you are looking for a car post a seperate topic in here.
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