View Poll Results: Which car is the easiest to mod -up?

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  • Honda Civic - EK/EG

    26 86.67%
  • Mazda 626 turbo/Ford TX3 88/89

    1 3.33%
  • Mitsubishi Mirage - CE mid 90's

    1 3.33%
  • Nissan Pulsar - N13/N14

    3 10.00%
  • Misubishi Lancer - CC/CE

    2 6.67%
  • BMW 318i E30

    0 0%
  • Mistsubishi Galant - HH, HG, HJ

    2 6.67%
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    Silver Member Knickers's Avatar
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    Just stumbled on an familia gtx - evo 5 4g63t conversion, 253kwatw running mid 11s.. That would be fun

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    The civic is the obvious choice, but then your just joining the same ranks of so many others, which isn't a bad thing because you have a tonne of aftermarket support and it would still be fun.

    If I had to give 2 options for something interesting that would be brilliant, would be a Mazda astina BA series hardtop, but with a BP-T conversion (not hard) so you have a good aftermarket support.

    That or a Eunos 800 with the 2.5 litre supercharged miller cycle engine. an AWESOME luxobarge with decent power and great components, just has a habit of throwing seals apparently.



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    My god tat is ugly
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    I'm not Saudi so no, I do not like either of those options.
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    Its good to be king!!!!

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    Don't get the Eunos 800 lol, auto only ick and parts are atrociously expensive. My first car was a Eunos 500... don't get me started on the problems I had with that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nevhan View Post
    Don't get the Eunos 800 lol, auto only ick and parts are atrociously expensive. My first car was a Eunos 500... don't get me started on the problems I had with that...
    Hehe, i didn't say it would be easy, but epic, apart from the auto.

    Fine, get a civic then

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    datsun 280zx and change to v8 or awd dark blue legnum
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    Ricing It Up alil'

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    or... gen 1 prelude.

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    Civette2 kthx.

    Or be bogan and build a Civls1
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    +1 it's stiffness that counts. Not Diameter. At least thats what the wife tells me.
    (not sure she knows that much about cars though)

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    the CE lancer/mirages are soooooooo easy to work on, pull apart and go back together like a dream, i am finding alot of the mitsubishi stuff to be like this.
    as far as modding for power, you can steal a bit of stuff from the evo counterpart, or boost the 4g93.
    if you get a CE, get a gen3, with a similar boot to a 4th gen, and the kink in the tail lights.
    also try and get an MR version, or something with all the options.

    n14s are ok, and alot of people swap the sr20det into them, make them replica GTiR's, but only fwd.

    I like the EG shape, but solid rear axle fail.
    i think they cleared this up with the EK, but if your spending money, and wanna do it on something worth while, civic type R all the way to be honest, you could leave it stock and be happy for a long time

    318s are for young girls, and people who are having early midlife crisis's, but dont have much money..

    PM me for all your car audio and other miscellaneous installation needs.

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    hey not all 318's are bad, this is as "young" as id go though otherwise its just wanky


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    get a 99-00 Ek..

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    Civic by far, biggest aftermarket.

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    ok thanks
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