I want an 06 Civic SI.

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Postby JordanBrown » Tue Jan 10, 2006 7:10 pm

you can build pretty much any car with the options you desire online...

The civic may be a great car performance wise, but I am with RThompson it is a big yawn.. Many of the foreign best sellers are a big yawn.. and people still fawn over them.
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Postby khaosman » Tue Jan 10, 2006 11:02 pm

The specs look good on paper as stated, but I think it is not for me... I love my wagon as well :D

Some day it might not be slow either!
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Postby NDGeist » Wed Jan 11, 2006 1:02 am

Protoge? 6 wagon?

Is that out at sailorville?

My brake pads will be in tomorrow, couple that with some new hankook tires and i'll be ready for d-stock.

Also, to keep this on-topic: Does anyone else think they stole the styling from saturns 3 door sport-coupe? Maybe it's not what i'm thinking, maybe i'm thinking camry... either way, it's totally un-original. Normally cars grow on me as i see them more (take my bug-eyed wrx for example) but this one is doing quite the opposite.

Oh well, honda fanboys will need something to have... VTEC OWNS J0000, IT IS TEH FASTARRR
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Postby khaosman » Wed Jan 11, 2006 4:21 am

Close... it is a Protege 5 (replaced by the 3). That is Saylorville, good eye :D

I can't wait for next season either, I'm not ready yet. I have my tires, brake pads, lines, and a limited slip differential. Now I need a clutch, flywheel, new wheels, and time to install this junk... maybe some other stuff too, like a helmet
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Postby sundownz » Sun Jan 15, 2006 9:20 am

I test drove a new non-Si model and it is very cool inside and drives very well. Of course you won't see me trading my BMW for one any time soon.
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Postby mohsye » Sun Jan 15, 2006 12:24 pm

Well, in my opinion, it doesn't look that great.
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Postby rawkus2g » Tue Jan 17, 2006 12:38 am

It is a massive crazy improvement over the last Civic SI... is it hot... no. Would I take one for free... yes. Would I buy one.... not while the Evo still exists.
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