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2015 9thCivic Dragon meet

Nix

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It's A Fast Pig!
I'm also curious about the potential new Fiat 124... Miata with different stickers....

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SpartanML

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Accord coupe V6? Pretty heavy but they can be modded pretty easily and the engine is pretty solid. Plus you can have it with a manual. I test drove a 2013 and it was a very good vehicle and handled its heft pretty well.
 

sonej4

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Accord coupe V6? Pretty heavy but they can be modded pretty easily and the engine is pretty solid. Plus you can have it with a manual. I test drove a 2013 and it was a very good vehicle and handled its heft pretty well.
Haven't even thought about an Accord. I might look a little tonight at work.
 

death_roll

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That is nice. Might have too many miles. Lol. Haven't really looked at Mercedes. I am still skeptical about putting 200k miles on a turbo car. I still need to do some research on longevity and reliability of new turbo cars.

Although they're still pricey, IS-Fs are solid cars with no real issues to report on. I'm seriously eyeing them up for next year.
 

sonej4

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Although they're still pricey, IS-Fs are solid cars with no real issues to report on. I'm seriously eyeing them up for next year.
How pricey? Looking to stay around 25k.
Nevermind. Found a few around Atlanta for 25-30.
 

sonej4

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I just realized I can get an ecoboost mustake with the performance pack and recaros for 27k new. Might be something to think about. I am still skeptical about a turbo that will get well over 100k miles. I know it used to be an issue, but not sure anymore. What are ppls thoughts on putting over 100k miles on a turbo car?
 

Michal006

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Mustang and 4 cylidenrs. Is this hairdresser/secretary forum? Can someone please remind me what forum is this again?

I might be the only one, but cars like Mustang, Camaro, Challenger and Charger should only be sold with V8 engine. That's coming from Civic owner.

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k757

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get the V6 instead and save some coin and not worry about a turbo
 

bootyluvr

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I just realized I can get an ecoboost mustake with the performance pack and recaros for 27k new. Might be something to think about. I am still skeptical about a turbo that will get well over 100k miles. I know it used to be an issue, but not sure anymore. What are ppls thoughts on putting over 100k miles on a turbo car?

mustake :rotfl:
 

sonej4

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Mustang and 4 cylidenrs. Is this hairdresser/secretary forum? Can someone please remind me what forum is this again?

I might be the only one, but cars like Mustang, Camaro, Challenger and Charger should only be sold with V8 engine. That's coming from Civic owner.

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Engine size makes no difference, especially if the vehicle handles better. .98 on a skidpad isn't bad. I think v8s have their place, but it isn't necessarily in a car I purchase.
I think that way of thinking is close minded, especially since it has IRS now.
 
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