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Just look at what 99Integra ran in the 1/4 mile:

Okay it ran 9.5 seconds@145.3 m.p.h. so no your Civic can't hang with it, plust I sold it so...

holy shitttttttt!!!!!!!!!! thats faster than a Ruff 911 god dammm
I knew I loved Integras for a reason
what you know about that Lamborghini. Ferrari. Porsche, Viper Ect... you cant hang with an Acura Integra !!!!!!!!! :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap:

posted by  Integraluver2

check out my poem:

my name is Chris
If you see a SIK Civic your pizza is delivered
I'm 3rd string Coast Guard( backup auxillary) believe it
Integras smoke out Lambos and 911's
YEAH :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap:

posted by  Integraluver2

Dude you're poem doesn't rhyme.

posted by  fudge

mate, you're to closed minded to be saying anything about cars, i know quite a few cheaper cars that can be made twice as fast for a lot less... example, Mazda RX-4 with a 20BTT and new suspensions, brakes, diff(lsd) and gearbox... i can garentee you that it'll do faster then 9.5 in the 1/4mi.

posted by  HyundaGuy

Does this sound like C4 to anyone?

EDIT: maybe not...looking at a few of his other posts...

However, we do have an ignorant person here... :screwy:

posted by  hondaman

Alright peanut, it is possible, have you heard of the 6 second AEM Civic :wink2:

posted by  99integra

I've heard of that civic.. 1510 HP

posted by  SyntheticTrust

I also have a photo of it

posted by  SyntheticTrust

Yup, very well engineered, converted to RWD

posted by  99integra

steve's goin' against a integra lover with a fast as hell civic? whoa.. i'm REALLY scared now!

posted by  HyundaGuy ( is that supposed to mean?

posted by  99integra

i never thought you'd choose a civic over an integra, even if the civic was over 3 seconds faster, lol

NO HARM INTENDED!!!... just a friendly joke... calm down big fella..

posted by  HyundaGuy

Hmmm, aight then

posted by  99integra

We all know Civic's are better than those damn integra's.

posted by  SyntheticTrust (

posted by  99integra

i seem to remember seeing that photo with a quote saying "Life's a bitch, So be it's PIMP!"


posted by  HyundaGuy

And I got SuperJews too (

posted by  99integra

hahaha! funny lad, i want to put that "SHUT UP BITCH" in my signature but i don't know how to put pics up in there? any help?

posted by  HyundaGuy

(sorry guys) and save the picture to your computer and then go to the website

posted by  99integra

tsk tsk

posted by  SyntheticTrust

Doesn't that AEM civic have the NSX's V-6 though, and thats a good reason to convert it to RWD.

posted by  Accord_Man

Prolly does

posted by  99integra

The last line is incredibly unrealistic :banghead:

posted by  SlipKnoT

Here's the AEM Civic

posted by  SyntheticTrust

see, if you look right below the torque stats you see that its the NSX's V6

posted by  Accord_Man

Ya you are right, twin turbo'd damn

posted by  99integra

Now will you admit Civics are better than Integras?

posted by  SyntheticTrust

both the integra and the civic are so far from being civics or integras that they dont really count.

If you gave me the money and hours they would have had spent on them I could make a skoda go as fast.

surely the most tunable car would be a car with the lowest power to dollor ratio??? 4g63t, 13b, 20b or similar.

Just my opinion.

posted by  relicensed

What do you mean?

posted by  SyntheticTrust

He probably means that since they (Civic anyway) are a full tube chassis, RWD, totally custom suspension, racecar interior, custom fiberglass body... there's actually nothing on that car that is a Honda Civic. I'm sure there isn't even a stock Honda emblem on the car. It doesn't even use a variant of a motor that's available in a Civic. So, there is not a single thing on that car that is from a Honda Civic... I think that's what he means.

posted by  Bino

Integras have been built from the Civic's chassis since the first Honda Quint Integra in the '80s. Most parts interchange for a reason. One cannot be beter than the other as, for all intents and purposes, they are the same cars (while the Integra got better engines from the factory, they swap into Civics making them essentially idnetical from a tuner point of view). Even the weight differences don't matter once a tuner gets a hold of them.

Sorry, don't mean to waste people's time with factual content.

Carry on.


posted by  ChrisV

Chris come on bro, don't give up on this shit, who cares if someone disagrees with you, unless they are a complete bonerfide dickweed Oomba

posted by  99integra

i think its funny about that civic. besides thats its rwd. and has the v6 from the nsx. but the picture of the header underneath. it has 4 primarys. a v6 would only have 3 per header. i dont know why that bothers me.

posted by  72firebird 03F16499C&p=0

like none of you have ever done this- right

posted by  Integraluver2

i'm sure that's just some stock photo they used not actual pic of parts off that car

posted by  airmanUSN

yeah preety much. also that like I said, if you put as much money into almost any car your gonna get similar results. Regardless of what the car is primarily based upon.

I also conceed that the case applies to touring cars in all countrys race conditions, btcc, dtm, ect. They may call it a honda accord, but again the parts on the car are not anything near to what you would buy with your honda road car from the main dealer. BUT they get to call it a honda accord.

Well that's enough waffling from me, I think you know what I'm on about.

My personal choice for most tunable engine (that we can buy) would be the 4g63t. It might not put out as much as a fully worked jzgte or rb26dett, but it will produce a hell of a lot of power with relativley little cost compaered to the later two. And really who of us can afford to spend huge money on our cars? but we could probably all afford a few grand to squeeze out 400 reliable hp.

right! really enough waffling now I promise!

posted by  relicensed

i'd say one of the best tuner cars is the 240sx

posted by  dunzo889

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