What a toolbag:banghead:
You spelled anything wrong, does that count?
Is that wing on it's side or where it shoud be facing is pointing up?
Darth Vader left his helmet on the boot?
It's a Black 05 model...what a waste!:ohcrap:
OMG like i found 1 2!!!1 lolzzz
They put it on backwards you morons.
At least it's more riced out than if they put it on the right way. Poor acura...it hasn't even seen much life yet. Then again, I'm sure most rsx's are destined for similar fate.
Not around here. How big of a toolbag do you have to be to do that shit. And I wouldnt be surprised if 2 people did that, working together, towards one rediculous goal.
I think it's pretty logical why they put it sideways--so it can drift :laughing:
lol..im gona laugh if there is a DA sticker somewhere on the car.
DA=1st Gen Integra
Like TRD stickers on Honda's? :wink2:
I was actually reffering to the "Drift Alliance"...not a lot of people know about it tho.
I C... :oops: but why would you post an inside joke?
Its not an inside joke
They sound hard core (not)
Who else has heard of drift alliance before this thread? anybody?
Nope...That's why they're known as the "America's most infamous drift team" :laughing:
I have a first gen integra :thumbs:
There is a dude around here with an EVO that had their vynil, so thats how
I know them....and he also has yellow headlights, pink wheels, and somethin
else. Promotion for the national gay flag...might be slurm :banghead:
Have a cookie!!:laughing:
PICS???? I wanna see!
Wanna sell me the front lip:wink2:
Lol...I actually don't have any pics of it, probably because its a heap of metal (from the outside anyway). But I do enjoy driving it.:thumbs:
Trust me you don't want it....
Is it all bent up or something send me some pics it can't be too bad hell I'll work on it. It would look really nice on my lude:thumbs:
Alright I'll try to get some pics of it, but won't be tonight...
bump for pic of the pink rimmed evo
What's your password and username?
Sorry...didnt know their server was so anal.
The rims would look nice if the car was black.
Car looks nice in real life. BUnch of assholes keyed all over it tho. Feel bad for the dude
If there's one thing I hate, it's dickless pieces of sh!t that go around keying other peoples cars. Oh and thieves. F*ck thieves.
Insert John Travolta Pulp Fiction quote here:
lol... that looks all funny-like:laughing:
Speaking of thieves, an EG hatchie in our club got hit as well
From the pic looks like a pretty clean hit to me:laughing:
Hit i mean a robbery. Elchango...got any cheap stock parts you might be able to sell him...turns, headlights, stuff that can be mailed at a reasonable price
That makes me so :cussing:. Although he got lucky. Had that happened in Chicago, all that would be left would be the shell. I can't believe they didn't take that B series!
I'll look to see if I can find my spare amber corners (one of 'em was busted). As for headlights, I'm looking for a pair myself. I sold my stockers awhile back. That's just gay dude.
holy sh!t, im not even gonna lie... that is one or THE MOST ghetto things i have ever seen...:doh:
not to double post or anything but...
Not more ghetto than this...
Cool idea, terrible attention to detail lol
I think that the backward wing actually looks half decent.
I'm sure they were just trying to stand out from the crowd by putting it on backwards, much like how kids put their baseball caps on backwards. I wouldn't be suprised if this turns into a trend.
It doesn't make a difference, though, in terms of...I dunno, aerodynamics, does it? Not a significant one anyway?
Well it makes a pretty big difference. Spoilers (functional ones) slope up to give downforce. If you reverse this, they do just the opposite, and will lift the rear end, causing bad things to happen. However, of a FWD car like the RSX, all it does is creates drag
If it indeed is/was a functional wing, you'd still be creating more than just drag.
But it doesnt do all it was meant to do on a FWD car
The driven wheels of a car do not dictate if aerodynamic "aids" will have
an effect on the car or not. All functional wings will increase downforce
if that's what it was designed to do and if it was installed properly. The
car may not be able to reach speeds in traffic to feel the downforce, but a
functional wing will work on a FWD car.
FWD, RWD, AWD...it doesn't make a f*cking difference.
Exactly what Monsta said. Newyorker: Explain to me how the drivetrain effects the aerodynamic forces exerted on a vehicle. Since when does FWD cancel any aerodynamics of a car? If the wing's functional, there will be downforce regardless of drivetrain.
Yes there would be downforce, but it would be in the rear. I'm not sure if the front end actually pops up a little bit, but it would make sense if it did, thus hurting the traction of a FWD car. In the least it seems it would be much more functional on a RWD car.
What happens to the rear of a FWD vehicle when you accelerate?
The front end won't pop up noticeably, simply because of the length
differential between the spoiler and the rear wheels, and the spoiler and
the front wheels. Think of it as a lever with the apex at 10% of it's
It makes a slight difference, but these gyus didn't put it on backwards for functionability. They put it on for looks.
Don't even bother, he's already decided to ignore this entire series of posts, and pretend they never existed.
True there will be downforce. On racecars, (majority), a wing is used to keep the back tires to the ground (a great example is the Koenigssegg from top gear). If its on a FWD car, it WILL make a difference, but not the same as a RWD car will. Shit my rear end slides a bit around turns in my civic (prolly cause I take em without slowing down as much as I really should)