Nov 30, 2010 @ 03:24
That one you have pictured is the Type S with an A-Spec lip kit. I have that model. The wing your referring to is known as the Type R/A-spec spoiler.

Acura's/Honda's in general are fairly easy to maintain. As long as you are up to date on your basic maintenance they can run a long time. That's not to say there isn't a few flaws with the Motor/Tranny but they are few and far between...

-THiZZ
Nov 30, 2010 @ 05:22
3rd gear grind ftl lol
Nov 30, 2010 @ 05:36
Yeah all K Series with the exception of the 24's have weak ass synchro's. 2nd and 3rd gear mainly because that's the ones people pull hella hard on. Not to mention the tranny is very touchy so its easy to miss shift...

-THiZZ
Nov 30, 2010 @ 15:10
What would you guys say was a better car between an rsx and the newest prelude? I'm not very concerned with speed or mod-ability. Just like reliance, maybe performance, and which looks more bad ass. The most I plan to mod is some rims and lower it. I'm just looking for a clean, sexy, daily driver coupe.
Nov 30, 2010 @ 16:37
What would you guys say was a better car between an rsx and the newest prelude? I'm not very concerned with speed or mod-ability. Just like reliance, maybe performance, and which looks more bad ass. The most I plan to mod is some rims and lower it. I'm just looking for a clean, sexy, daily driver coupe.


I'm probably biased because I drive a 5th gen myself, but I like it a lot better than the DC5. It is a tad wider and has a bit lower of a roofline. Both motors put about the same power down stock if it is a Type-S RSX. If you are debating between a base rsx and a base prelude. Buy the Prelude. Watch out for Auto Ludes though. The trannies are a bit fragile.
Nov 30, 2010 @ 21:07
you could always get a DC2 and save some chedda

Easy mang...

Nov 30, 2010 @ 22:10
You can't go wrong with either choice to be honest with you... I've driven both and the Prelude does sit lower stock but it feels like a boat at times. Sit in both and see how you feel about each one. Hell even test drive both. See which one suits your needs better and just feels right. As i said before you can't go wrong with either choice. Both with a lip kit and nice wheels and drop make a huge difference...

-THiZZ
Dec 01, 2010 @ 16:59
Im gonna go for the rsx. Preludes dont seem like my style. Would an 04ish rsx be a smart buy over an 04 3 series? I'm gonna have it at least two years and I want as little problems as possible.
Dec 01, 2010 @ 17:19
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Dec 01, 2010 @ 18:07
depends on which three series bro. A misconception is that all Japanese cars are problem free.

Easy mang...

Dec 01, 2010 @ 20:12
I drove an EG6; totalled. It had a D16 in it. God, it was a beauty. Si.
Bought another EG6, D16 as well. Sold it for a 1.6EL. The 1.6EL had a B18.
Then sold that one cause I was about to get a 240Z. Then the seller ducked. To this day I'm still looking for one -_-
Dec 02, 2010 @ 00:09
Im gonna go for the rsx. Preludes dont seem like my style. Would an 04ish rsx be a smart buy over an 04 3 series? I'm gonna have it at least two years and I want as little problems as possible.


The RSX is a good choice for you then if that's what you plan to do. An older 3 series is probably going to cost you more in terms of maintenance than the RSX will. And you'll get good gas mileage as well...

-THiZZ
Dec 02, 2010 @ 04:19
Any of ya'll got any idea of what kind of rims go good with a Silver DC4? I've been thinking white such as MF10's but I'm not sure. I never seen any rims on a silver integ that really made my eyes pop
Dec 02, 2010 @ 04:36
Depends on how big your going and the offset. Also whats your budget???

-THiZZ
Dec 02, 2010 @ 10:58
Im gonna go for the rsx. Preludes dont seem like my style. Would an 04ish rsx be a smart buy over an 04 3 series? I'm gonna have it at least two years and I want as little problems as possible.

If your going to have it for about 2 years then that means you will want something with good resale value. So that being said the rsx would be the best choice.
Dec 02, 2010 @ 18:12
Im gonna go for the rsx. Preludes dont seem like my style. Would an 04ish rsx be a smart buy over an 04 3 series? I'm gonna have it at least two years and I want as little problems as possible.


But youll get RWD!!!!!!!!!!!
YEAHHH

imo id take the 3 series over rsx any day.
Dec 05, 2010 @ 04:19
Depends on how big your going and the offset. Also whats your budget???

-THiZZ


16's, 4x100 .. looking to spend around $800 tops for now.. my job isn't paying me enough!!
Dec 05, 2010 @ 04:25
NWP4life would be a good place to look for what your looking for. If you want to go with an aggressive set up then your probably going to have to get some replicas...

-THiZZ
Dec 05, 2010 @ 06:20
NWP4Life is koo, but it's still slow.

I'd browse Honda-Tech too, ClubRoadster since Miatas share the 4x100 pattern and every now and then, they have some dope wheels for sale.

$800 can get you something decent.
Dec 05, 2010 @ 06:57
The only reason i didn't recommend HT is because there is hella scammers on there...

-THiZZ
Dec 06, 2010 @ 02:40
True, but I try to deal locally. Never really messed with shipping ahaha.
Dec 07, 2010 @ 00:09
damn i miss my honda.
Dec 07, 2010 @ 09:50
The only reason i didn't recommend HT is because there is hella scammers on there...

-THiZZ


just gotta check with who your dealing with on HT. dont be buying shit from thieves tongueface
Dec 08, 2010 @ 04:07
*Cough* itsmedeka.


Man I can't believe he's a scammer, I traded him some vans 2-3 years ago, he was super legit.

Back to Hondas. I own a 2002 acura rsx type-s, I've had it since I was 16, its been almost 8 years now. Never gave me a problem other than the A/C going at 40k and well thats it. My biggest gripe is the rattles are fucking unbearable!
Dec 08, 2010 @ 09:29
rattles?
Dec 08, 2010 @ 09:43
He's referring to the dash... And other little panels inside the car; glove box etc...

-THiZZ
Dec 08, 2010 @ 10:30
I love it when my cars rattle. tongueface
Mar 04, 2011 @ 13:01





-THiZZ
Mar 05, 2011 @ 01:28
Clean. Proper offset, wheels, drop. None of that hella shit.
Mar 05, 2011 @ 01:53
Preciate it...

-THiZZ
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